THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Morning Cup of Links: Halloween Costumes from the World of Art

Miss Cellania

5 Questions: We're Beginning to "Gel"

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Contrary to popular belief, a camel's hump does not store water. Instead, it’s filled with fat, which allows the animal to go for a month without food. If the hump becomes depleted, it will shrink, flop over, and hang at the camel’s side.

Contrary to popular belief, a camel's hump does not store water. Instead, it’s filled with fat, which allows the animal to go for a month without food. If the hump becomes depleted, it will shrink, flop over, and hang at the camel’s side.

5 Questions: This Little Piggy

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Found in the British Museum

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My fiancé and I were in London this past June, and we made our way to the British Museum. Today's quiz was inspired by the oddities we stumbled across.

5 Questions: The "Rum"my Quiz

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Whether you call it “pop” or “soda,” the first diet version commercially available was No-Cal, a sugar-free ginger ale introduced in 1952 by the Kirsch Beverage Company.

Whether you call it “pop” or “soda,” the first diet version commercially available was No-Cal, a sugar-free ginger ale introduced in 1952 by the Kirsch Beverage Company.

7 Astonishing Roman Coliseum Fights

Mark Mancini

The Coliseum of ancient Rome may have been the single most barbaric sporting venue in human history—in fact, some showdowns there were so ferocious that historians still talk about them today.

There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.

There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.

Ben Franklin's formal education ended at ten years old.

Ben Franklin's formal education ended at ten years old.

Brain Game: Going Ku Ku

Sandy Wood

O'Hare Airport is named after Al Capone's laywer's son, Lt. Cmdr. Butch O'Hare.

O'Hare Airport is named after Al Capone's laywer's son, Lt. Cmdr. Butch O'Hare.

5 Questions: Re-"Hab"

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