Dinner used to be a mid-day meal, with supper eaten in the evening. Over the course of the 18th and 19th centuries, people ate dinner later and later. Eventually, it became so late it was now in the evening. Supper disappeared entirely and a new meal, lunch, was introduced to fill the gap between breakfast and dinner.
Bhumibol Adulyadej, king of Thailand from 1946–2016, owned as many as 21 white elephants, the most of any king in Thai history.
Aristotle believed that men had more teeth than women.
The growth in India's population since the year 2000 is greater than the entirety of the United States population.
According to legend, a Montana frontiersman named Liver-Eating Johnson killed, scalped, and ate the livers of 300 Crow Indians after one of them killed his wife.