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Common misconceptions

Vikings apparently didn’t wear horns on their helmets. Swallowed chewing gum does not sit in the digestive system for seven years. The Great Wall of China cannot be seen from the Moon. Ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand. There is no evidence that drinking alcohol destroys brain cells. There are lots more myths laid to rest here.

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