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A common belief is that camels store water in their humps, but the humps are actually reservoirs that store fat. This allows the camel to remain cool in hot temperatures, as the rest of its body is thinly insulated. Arab... More »

A human being can survive entirely on a diet of potatoes and butter. These two contain all the necessary nutrients that the human body needs. A human being can survive for weeks without eating, but can only live for 11 d... More »

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Olive Uniacke is the stepdaughter of producer David Heyman of "Harry Potter" fame, and the daughter of researcher and businessman Robie Uniacke. She shot to fame in the summer of 2010, when she was seen celebrating with ... More »

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