There is a low probability that women can become pregnant a second time during pregnancy. This so-called phenomenon of “superfetation” is highly unlikely, but nevertheless possible. The last known case of a woman who was pregnant twice at the same time occurred in 2009.
Thomas Stevens is considered to be the first person to have circumnavigated the world on a bicycle. From April 1884 to December 1886, he rode around the globe on a penny-farthing.
A long, thin string is stretched around a part of Manhattan, used by the Jewish population for orientation on the Sabbath.
To date, approximately 5,000 people have had their ashes converted into an artificial diamond after death.