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Fidel Castro has said that he saved ten working days a year by not bothering to shave.
24 rabbits that were introduced to Australia in 1859 had multiplied in number to over 2 million in ten years.
At the age of ten, Pharaoh Rameses II was a captain in the army and had his own harem.
The top ten deadliest snakes can be found in Australia.
Every ten minutes in America someone gets horribly burned.
Ten days after the Chernobyl disaster, further risk of massive thermal explosion was identified. Three men known as “The Chernobyl divers” volunteered to swim through pooled water under leaked reactor to release the safety valves. They died a few days later due to radiation exposure.
Teddy Roosevelt volunteered for service in World War I ten years after having served as U.S. president.
The University of Texas study followed 474 diet soda drinkers for nearly ten years and found that their waists grew 70% more than the waists of non-drinkers.
YouTube’s ten highest-earning channels made anywhere from US$2.5 million to US$12 million in 2015.
Ten trillionths of your suntan comes from the light of other galaxies.
Ten countries won their first ever Olympic gold medals at the Rio Olympics, including Vietnam, Singapore and Jordan.
Every ten minutes, someone is murdered in Brazil.
The band Bloodhound Gang recorded a track called “The Ten Coolest Things About New Jersey”. The “song” consists of ten seconds of silence.
In 2004, Los Angeles planted a pine tree in memory of Beatle, George Harrison. Ten years later, it died of a beetle infestation.
To enlist in the U.S. army, you have to have all ten of your toes intact.
7.8 million premature global deaths could be avoided every year if people ate ten portions of fruits and vegetables a day.
Eight of the top ten largest stadiums in the world are university football stadiums in the United States.
You would have to click a mouse ten million times to burn a single calorie.
Ten miles from the finish line, the winner of the men’s marathon at the 1904 Summer Olympics was given strychnine sulfate, a common rat poison which stimulates the nervous system in small doses, mixed with brandy.
It takes ten times as much energy to heat water as it does to heat iron.