135 Amazing Facts for People Who Like Amazing Facts

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22. Kea parrots warble together when they're in a good mood.

They’re the first known non-mammal species to communicate with infectious laughter.

23. Long before rap battles, there was flyting, the exchange of witty, insulting verses.

The verbal throwdowns were popular in England and Scotland from the 5th to 16th centuries.

24. Melbourne gave some of its trees email addresses so residents could report problems.

Instead, the trees received love letters.