FACTS OF THE DAY

10 March 2017

At least 50 live frogs have been left in an Aldi car park in Finchley.

bbc.co.uk

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Traces of aspirin and penicillin have been found on Neanderthals’ teeth.

newscientist.com

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A German lab is growing tomatoes in urine to prove they could be cultivated on Mars.

bbc.com

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Horror films are the only movie genre in which women appear more than men. In the average Oscar-winning film, women get to speak only 27% of the time.

newscientist.com

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America’s largest meat-processing company is investing $150 million in meat substitute start-ups.

qz.com

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A secret 700-year-old Knights Templar cave has been found down a rabbit hole in Shropshire.

metro.co.uk

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Pascaline Bongo, part of the ruling dynasty of Gabon, one of the poorest countries in Africa, has put her Beverly Hills mansion up for sale for $17m.

thetimes.co.uk

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