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Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Tiger Woods was featured golfing on TV at the age of 2. At the age of 5, he appeared in Golf Digest.

Wolf attacks on humans are extremely rare. A 2002 Alaska Department of Fish and Game report said there have been only 49 well-documented cases of aggression toward humans by wolves in Alaska and Canada since 1942.

The Maldives spends 15% of its GDP each year on diesel fuel.

The All Souls College at the University of Oxford's entrance exam has been called the hardest test in the world. Past questions include "Is string theory science?" and "Is Greek sexuality worth studying?" For one essay question, students get no guidance on what to write except a single word. Subjects have included error, morality, comedy, and water.

As a young actress, Elizabeth Taylor had a pet chipmunk named Nibbles. In 1946, she wrote a book called Nibbles and Me.

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