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10 most interesting facts about the world. The world is filled with mysteries. Some you can't measure in some that remain completely unknown. But then there comes a time when the unknown becomes known and once verified it becomes fact, so here are some amazing facts from around the world that will really leave you amazed.

#1 North Korea and Cuba Where you cant buy Coca Cola

 North Korea and Cuba are the only places you can’t buy Coca Cola, no matter where you go, it's comforting to know you can always enjoy a Coca Cola. Well, almost anywhere. While this drink is sold practically everywhere. It still hasn't officially made its way to North Korea, or Cuba. According to the BBC. That's because these countries are under long term US trade restrictions. However, some people say you might be able to drink Coca Cola if you try hard enough. Although it'll typically be a lot more expensive than what you would pay in the States.

#2 the entire world's population could fit inside Los Angeles

 The entire world's population could fit inside Los Angeles, the total population of the world is more than 7.5 billion. And obviously, that number sounds huge. However, it might feel a little more manageable once you learn that if every single one of those people stood shoulder to shoulder, they could all fit within the 500 square miles of Los Angeles. According to National Geographic.

 #3 there are more twins now than ever before

 There are more twins now than ever before. You might think twins are a rarity, but they're actually becoming more common than ever. As per statistical record begins from 1975 until 1980 one in every 50 babies born was a twin, or rate of 2%, then the rate began to increase by 1995. It was 2.5%. The rate exceeded 3% in 2001 and hit 3.3% in 2010. That means one out of every 30 babies born is a twin. Scientists believe this trend is due to the fact that older women tend to have more twins, and women are choosing to start families later.

#4. The Hottest Chili paper

The hottest chili paper is so hot it could kill you. The “weapon grade” dragons breath chili peppers is so hot it’s absolutely deadly. If you ate one, it could potentially cause a type of anaphylactic shock, burnings the airways and closing them up.

Mike Smith the hobby grower who invented the Dragon’s breath along with scientists from Nottingham University. So why they make such an impractical pepper has it turns out. The chili was initially developed to be used in medical treatment as an anesthetic that can numb the skin.


#5 Indonesia is home to some of the shortest people in the world

Indonesia is home to some of the shortest people in the world. Though there are short people and tall people everywhere. Indonesia is home to some of the shortest people in the world. According to data compiled from various global sources by the Telegraph in 2017. When taking both genders into account, the average adult is around five feet and 1.8 inches, people in Bolivia don't tend to be much taller, with an average adult height of five feet and 2.4 inches. The tallest people among us live in the Netherlands, where the average adult height is six feet.

#7 4 Quadrillion bacteria on Earth

 There are around 4 quadrillion bacteria on Earth. Not all bacteria are bad. In fact, some of those itty bitty biological cells are actually good for us, and in the world in various and complex ways. And that's nice to know. According to NPR, there are around four quadrillion individual bacteria on our planet.

#8  4 babies are born every second

 4 Babies are born every second, every second, We welcome four new babies in short overall population, do a little math and you'll find out that means there are approximately 250 births each minute 15,000 each hour and 360,000 each day, according to the ecology global network. There are around 131 point 4 million babies born on earth in one year.

#9  The coldest temperature ever recorded was - 144°F

 The coldest temperature ever recorded was minus - 144°F. You might think you're habituated to cold air and stormy winds, but the average winter day has nothing on the coldest day ever recorded, which was - 144°F. The temperature was recorded in Antarctica during a span of research between 2004 in 2016. Just a few breaths of air at that temperature would induce hemorrhaging in your lungs and kill you.

#10 Japan is the world's most earthquake prone country

Japan is the world's most earthquake prone country. Earthquakes can range from minor tremors that are barely noticeable to building toppling ground shakers, that cause massive destruction, but it's an inevitable part of life for those who live in countries such as China, Indonesia, Iran and Turkey, which are some of the most earthquake prone places on the planet. However, according to the US Geological Survey, Japan records the most earthquakes in the world. Number 11 Africa and

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