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Top 10 Behaviourally facts that will blow your mind.

  1. People have a cognitive bias where they over-estimate how noticeable their embarrassing behaviour is to others.

  2. The study that yeilded the concept of the alpha wolf (commonly used by people to justify aggressive behaviour) originated in a debunked model using just a few wolves in captivity. Its originator spent years trying to stop the myth to no avail.

  3. Porphyria, a collection of diseases where symptoms include severe sun sensitivity, prominent canine teeth and peculiar behaviour, is thought to be the basis of the vampire legend – especially as symptoms are worsened by garlic.

  4. A full grown wild Alaskan Wolf would come to play with dogs. It even had a stash of toys; it would bring a styrofoam float over for a man to throw. The wolf was called Romeo by locals and died in 2010 after 6 years of this behaviour

  5. An African Wild Dog named Solo, after losing her entire pack to a lion ambush, exhibited unprecedented behaviour by forming a surrogate pack including a Hyena with whom she would typically want to kill, and a family of Black-backed Jackals, with pups that she treated as her own.

  6. At age 89, philosopher Bertrand Russell was jailed for "breach of peace" for anti-nuclear demonstration.They offered to exempt him from jail if he pledged himself to "good behaviour", to which Russell replied: "No, I won't."

  7. If a female dog grows in the womb between two male dogs, she may turn out to be a "tomboy" due to testosterone exposure and demonstrate masculine behaviours such as lifting her leg to pee.

  8. In 1973 science historian James Burke predicted the widespread use of computers for business decisions, the creation of metadata banks of personal information, and changes in human behaviour, such as greater willingness to reveal personal information to strangers

  9. Around 500 species of animals have been documented to engage in homosexual behaviour, including (and especially) Giraffes

  10. People born blind use the same facial expressions as sighted people when expressing emotions, meaning that our facial expressions are innate and not learned behaviour.

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You still can see the borders of East and west Germany by the voting behaviour

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Infections and Deaths of the novel Corona Virus. It's interesting (and alarming) how clear the exponential behaviour is.

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Evil' behaviours can be categorised into four basic groups: machiavellianism, psychopathy, sadism and narcissism - and all have been researched in animals other than humans.

After a doctor named Richard Barista was slapped with divorce papers from his wife, he sued her for the return of the kidney he gave her 8 years ago. He requested her to pay $1.5 million for the organ he donated and insisted his cash-for-kidney claim was a direct result of his wife's behaviour

An 18-year-old from the UK was arrested after attending a youth group session about dealing with anti-social behaviour, as he had an anti-social behaviour order banning him from congregating with 4 or more youths and the group was larger than 3.

There is a parasite which breeds inside the guts of a cat. Their offspring are deposited in droppings and can then be eaten by rats. The offspring then affect the rats' behaviour to make them less scared, and even sexually aroused, by cats, with the aim of returning to the cat guts

The studies focusing on human nature and behaviour overlook 85% of the people on Earth. Majority of these studies take into account a narrow slice of humanity - college students, people living near universities and highly educated residents of wealthy and industrialised countries.

Serial killers act similarly to bees. Serial killers commit crime near their home, but far enough to prevent arousing suspicion. Similarly, bees collect pollen near their hive, but far enough from predators. Scientists found algorithms from studying bee behaviour to catch felons

Lance Armstrong, at the height of his doping behaviour in the 2000s, made a $100k donation to the international cycling federation to 'fund the fight against doping'

Actor James Woods observed and reported suspicious behaviour from four passengers, with no apparent luggage, casing the plane. Six weeks later, these same passengers carried out the 9/11 attacks. The FBI received Woods' FAA report the evening of September 11...

In the 18th century, many prominent voices were concerned by the threat posed by people reading too much. They called it "reading lust" or "reading mania" and warned that it would lead to morally dissolute and promiscuous behaviour.

Porphyria, a collection of diseases where symptoms include severe sun sensitivity, prominent canine teeth and peculiar behaviour, is thought to be the basis of the vampire legend

Rita Hayworth began showing signs of Alzheimer's during her 40s. Even as it worsened, people blamed her behaviour on her heavy drinking. She never got a proper diagnosis until 1979 and upon her death in 1987 at just 68, she would become a major public face for Alzheimer's Awareness.

About the "male idiot theory", where men are more likely to engage in risky behaviour without any apparent payoff.

Pedro López, a South American serial killer confirmed to have killed 110 people and confessed to have killed more than 300 between 1969 and 1980, was released in 1998 on good behaviour. His whereabouts are currently unknown.

9% of school-aged children are diagnosed with ADHD and medicated in the US, compared with 0.5% in France. The discrepancy comes from differences in treatment. France found that changing social context, not prescribing drugs, mitigated the behavioural problems in the majority of cases.

We now know rats react differently when men are around than they do women, potentially invalidating 100 years of behavioural studies using lab rats

A species of wasp, Ampulex dementor, is named after the Dementor. This name was chosen to reflect the fact that the wasp uses a toxin to neutralise the neural behaviour of cockroaches and make them docile, as if their souls had been sucked out.

The allies psychoanalysed the mind of Hitler during the war, and from their diagnosis made several correct predictions about his future behaviour.

In the 1960s and 70s, professionally trained psychologists overtly focused on combating unionization, introduced sophisticated behavioural and social science techniques to allow employers to screen out potential union supporters and to facilitate the maintenance of a non-union environment

When The Simpsons portrayed Mr Burns as a Casino owner slowly losing his mind, they did not just include random "crazy" behaviours. They were all based off a real person, business magnate Howard Hughes.

Dogs, just like humans, can have autism. Professionally known as 'Canine Dysfunctional Behaviour', such dogs display similar symptoms to autistic humans like social interaction difficulties and trouble expressing emotions.

While working as maids Léa Papin and her sister Christine were found guilty of murdering their employer's wife and daughter. Léa was given a reduced sentence of eight years due to good behaviour, and upon release moved to Nantes where she continued her livelihood as a hotel maid.

There is a disease called Witzelsucht, that some call the Joker Disease. It can "cause people to make jokes, puns, and engage in what could be considered inappropriate conversation and/or behaviour."

A 'virtual virus' was released into World of Warcraft that infected players and spread throughout the whole universe. The behaviour of the online players was so lifelike that the incident was studied by scientist to prepare for a real life Pandemic.

A North Korean general was executed with an anti-aircraft gun in front of hundreds of people, reportedly for behaviour such as falling asleep in Kim Jong-un’s presence.

Some chimpanzees and bonobos are beginning to display very primitive precursors to religious behaviour