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A book only needs to sell 3,000 copies to top the Irish bestseller list.
Three men from Yemen sued NASA for trespassing on Mars. They claimed that they inherited the planet from their ancestors 3,000 years ago.
It takes about 3,000 cows to supply enough leather for the NFL for only one year.
Scientists have tracked butterflies that travel over 3,000 miles.
In 2006 someone tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The price got up to $3,000 before eBay shut it down.
Honey is the only food that will never rot, it can last 3000 years.
The eruption of Krakatoa in 1883 was the loudest sound in recorded history, heard 3,000 miles (4800 KM) away.
About 3,000 Euros are thrown into the Trevi fountain, in Italy, each day.
Sylvester Stallone was so poor, he had to sell his dog for $50. A week later, he sold the script for Rocky and bought him back for $3,000.
A dollar bill has 3,000 types of bacteria.
An alligator can go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in a lifetime.
In 1999, it was reported in the UK that over 3,000 people were hospitalized after tripping over a laundry basket.
In 1997, three men from Yemen tried to sue NASA for invading Mars, claiming they had inherited it from their ancestors 3,000 years ago.
During the Holocaust, a Jewish woman exposed up to 3,000 hiding Jews to the Gestapo to save her family. Even after the Nazis sent her parents and husband to Auschwitz anyway in 1943, she continued to work for the Gestapo until 1945.
A man called Harold Hackett has put over 4800 messages in bottles into the ocean and has gotten 3000 responses back.
A software company buried a US$1,000 prize deep in its License Agreement to see if anyone actually read them. It took 5 months and 3,000 sales for someone to ask about the prize.
Polish midwife Stanislawa Leszczynska helped pregnant women in Auschwitz deliver over 3,000 babies.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather made US$300 million in 2015. That’s enough to buy 3,000 Porsche 911 cars.
Archaeologists estimate Stonehenge was home to 150 or more cremation burials from 3000 B.C. to 2300 B.C., and they’ve called it Britain’s biggest known cemetery of the time.
The first known straws were made by the Sumerians in 3000 B.C. and were used for drinking beer.