Haven't you ever wondered what might happen if an eagle could text message? How about random things about hot dogs? What about clouds? They make you wonder, right? We cover that in this final episode of Three Facts!
Thanks so much for listening over the past 25 episodes! I so appreciate it! Stay curious!
This, my 24th of 25 episodes, covers Snowman Burning Day, a unique camcorder feature, and the Grasshopper Mouse.
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This week I'm talking about an unusual "friendship" between an owl and another creature, pandas doing handstands, and the most successful pirate of all time! I hope you enjoy this week's episode (23 of 25), and I hope you'll tune in next week for more facts!
Hey, all, thanks for listening! I am going to be taking a quick break for the Labor Day holiday here in the US. Please join me next week for episode 23 of 25! Look forward to bringing you next week's episode!
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This is episode 22! We're talking about New York City, Lake Superior, and a gargoyle of Darth Vader! We are making our way to our very last episode which will be episode 25! I hope you can stick with us until the very end!
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This week I delve into a few facts related to the ostrich, something super creepy in your backyard, and ants. I hope you enjoy this week's episode, and that you subscribe for future episodes. I would very much love if you would rate and review on Apple Podcasts!
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This week's our 20th episode! I'm so stoked to bring you this week's facts, and I hope you enjoy them!
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This week we have facts about sloths, a man who saved a lot of lives, and a man who managed to live through a horrific accident. Check it out, and after you do, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Also find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook as @Threefactspod
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This week we talk about the idea of diamonds as rain, a super long concert in Germany, and a quick fact about your brain! Check us out each week as we share another three facts, and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Thanks for listening, and remember: stay curious!
Join me this week, as I talk about facts related to Vaseline, Leo Fender, and Selling the Eiffel Tower. Remember to subscribe to this podcast to be notified anytime a new episode is released. Also be sure to join us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, don't forget to stay curious!
This week we discover the origins of the chain saw, what happens when you bike too much, and what the original rainbow pride flag looked like. Join us for more information on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter where you can find me as @Threefactspod on all of them.
This week we cover the world and even a little bit of space by talking about snow in Scotland, emailing tools, and a unique pet that lived in the White House. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and above all: stay curious!
This week, I dive in to facts about the 4th of July celebration (America's Independence Day) and share what I've found. I hope you enjoy this week, and check back next week!
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This week we find ourselves looking through Swiss animal laws, checking out a unique way Elvis made money, and shaking in our boots at some giant penguins. We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Don't forget to like, subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @Threefactspod for more engagement throughout the week.
This week we go to unmentionable lengths to bring you the facts you enjoy. We go to great heights and temperatures too! We're talking about kids in the mail, Anatidaephobia, and the rain and snow on Venus. Check it out, and please rate and review us on @applepodcasts as well as any other podcast directory you love.
In this week's episode, I cover some unusual facts starting with Ireland, swimming on over to raining fish, and then finishing off with a flourish by talking about Graffiti. I hope you enjoy this week's episode. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @Threefactspod on each.
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In this episode, we ask that you make a donation to the Equal Justice Initiative via EJI.org/donate to help the fight against racial injustice and economic inequality.
We also focus on Batman in college, a ginormous tree, and a strange use for heroin back in the day.
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This week we look at some of the popular toys in history including how they came to be. We look at He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Play-doh, and Trivial Pursuit. We got so excited this week, we went a little long!
In this episode we explore differing beliefs about black cats around the world, how one city was almost named Boston, and the world's deadliest tree. Let us know what you thought of this week's facts by joining us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for our username "@Threefactspod" on all three social media platforms. Also make sure to head over to anchor.fm/three-facts if you'd like to leave us a voice message about the show. Remember: stay curious!
This week we take a deep dive into the mouths of snails to count their teeth, we look at what makes the letter Y so notable in France, and we look at a real-life Lion King war that raged in Ethiopia in 1999. I hope you enjoy this week's episode, please remember to give us a rating on Apple Podcasts, it definitely helps us out, and remember to find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more fun stuff during the week.
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Happy Mother's Day!
Check out the latest edition hot off the presses of Three Facts where we focus on a bubble-gum colored lake, a HUGE pineapple, and the tea bag. If you haven't had a chance to give us a rating on Apple Podcasts, please do so, and if you aren't following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, you can find us on all three @Threefactspod. We'd love to chat with you!
This week we explore hydrogen peroxide for use during the pandemic, the life and times of Cleopatra, and those little slimy things called oysters. Check it out! Also check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/threefactspod) and Twitter (@threefactspod). We would love to hear from you!
In this episode we explore baby tears, an astonishing wedding veil, and dancing with the dearly departed. We hope you find this week's episode interesting, and we would love it if you'd leave us a review! It truly helps us out! Have a great week!
Today we talk a little about people on the planet, places you can't buy Coca-Cola, and the those pesky ants.
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