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  • [Penguins]: Penguins can jump up to 6 feet (1.8 meters) out of the water.

  • [Elephants]: Elephants can't jump; they are the only mammals that cannot jump.

  • [Diamonds]: Diamonds are not formed from coal; they are formed under high pressure and temperature in the Earth's mantle.

  • [The Moon]: The Moon is gradually moving away from Earth at a rate of about 1.48 inches (3.78 cm) per year.

  • [Giraffes]: Giraffes have the same number of vertebrae in their necks as humans.

  • [Bananas]: Bananas are berries, but strawberries are not.

  • [Jellyfish]: Jellyfish have been around for more than 500 million years, making them one of the oldest living creatures on Earth.

  • [The Internet]: The first website went online in 1991. It was dedicated to information about the World Wide Web project.

  • [Lightning]: Lightning can strike the same place twice; in fact, it often does.

  • [The Sun]: The Sun's mass makes up about 99.86% of the total mass of the Solar System.

  • [Cats]: Cats have five toes on their front paws and four on their back paws.

  • [DNA]: All humans share about 99.9% of their DNA, making us more similar than different.

  • [The Great Wall of China]: Contrary to popular belief, the Great Wall of China is not visible from space without aid.

  • [Honey]: Honey never spoils; archaeologists have found pots of honey in ancient Egyptian tombs that are over 3,000 years old and still perfectly edible.

  • [The Eiffel Tower]: The Eiffel Tower can be 15 cm taller during the summer due to thermal expansion.

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