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35% of Saudi women stay in prison even after their term because they are rejected by their families.
A hippo must stay moist because if its skin dries out it will crack.
There’s one kosher butcher in Cuba. Fidel Castro personally allowed him to stay and serve 1,500 people practicing Judaism.
The city of New York will pay for a one-way plane ticket for any homeless person if they have a guaranteed place to stay elsewhere.
The Emperor Penguin is able to dive to depths of over 500m and stay under water for up to 27 minutes.
Milk stored in the freezer will stay safe for consumption indefinitely.
For about US$800 a night, you can stay at the Caverns Suite, located 220 feet below the Grand Canyon.
Air-conditioning in casinos is oxygen enriched to help players stay alert and gamble longer.
If a bald eagle loses a feather on one wing, it’ll shed a corresponding feather on the other to stay balanced.
Artist Frida Kahlo pulled up to her first solo exhibition in an ambulance. She went against doctor’s orders and cut her hospital stay short.
A resting manatee can stay submerged for 15 minutes, but must surface every 3-4 minutes while swimming.
A dead gecko can stay stuck to the wall for half an hour.
In Coober Pedy, Australia, over half of the population lives in caves carved underground to stay away from the heat.
The British submarine HMS Artful can stay submerged for 25 years without having to surface for air.
Japanese Princess Aiko decided to stay home for a few months in 2010 due to bullying from her classmates.
35% of tourists who come to Amsterdam also visit a coffeeshop to buy Marijuana during their stay.
People who stay up late tend to be risk-takers, a study found.
The famous painter Pablo Picasso burned many of his paintings to stay warm when having financial troubles
At birth barnacles look like water fleas. In the next stage of their development they have three eyes and twelve legs. In their third stage they have twenty-four legs and no eyes. Barnacles stay fastened to the same object for their entire lives.
Once a wolf has found a mate, they usually stay together for life.