Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for November 28, 2023

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    jasonsnakelover  6 months ago

    One time I was 2,201 years old. We get Hin Quang.

    May the Lord be with you as is with me.

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    Bilan  6 months ago

    Why can’t they x-ray Qin Shi Huang’s tomb to see what’s inside first?

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    fuzzbucket Premium Member 6 months ago

    Send in the robots, equipped to test air quality and for mold spores.

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    artegal  6 months ago

    That never stopped Indiana Jones.

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    julianhoward  6 months ago

    Of COURSE the smallest winged insect is a f#@’n hornet. What else would it be?

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    comixbomix  6 months ago

    That wasp doesn’t bite, but it can nibble you to death…

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    Jogger2  6 months ago

    A square 63.25 feet on each side would be about 4000 square feet. A tennis court is about 4851 square feet.

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    yangeldf  6 months ago

    China’s first emperor, is that the guy who had to sleep in his armor and sit in the middle of a big room with no one allowed to get within 50 feet of him because his rise to power left him SO hated by the people he ruled that he was in constant fear of assassination?

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    Will E. Makeit Premium Member 6 months ago

    forget the booby trap, keep your eye out for the leg and butt trap…

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    Gina Carson  6 months ago

    I can’t help but wonder if they caught any boobies in their traps. (o )( o)

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    Angry Indeed  6 months ago

    The Egyptians wanted their mummies to stay warm in the afterlife. They never found out about thermal underwear.

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    diegot  6 months ago

    I bet the linen suppliers in ancient Egypt were raking in the dough!

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    Buckeye67  6 months ago

    Well, I think we can all be very thankful that an insect called a parasitic wasp is almost microscopic in size. That is of course unless it gets inside you and reproduces, then you are probably in a sh!tload of trouble.

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    mischugenah  6 months ago

    It’s not just booby traps, the area around his burial chamber is so saturated with mercury that it may never be safe to dig. From what I was told by the guide, the records say that the burial chamber included a giant map of the known world, using mercury as the water in the rivers and ocean. When the chamber collapsed, it all got absorbed by the soil.

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