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About Luke Ward

Luke Ward is the founder of The Fact Site. He's a professional blogger & researcher with over 10 years’ experience in fact finding, SEO & web design. In his spare time he loves to travel and drink coffee.

15 Historic Facts About The Battle of Bunker Hill

The Battle of Bunker Hill was a historic battle of the American Revolution between British troops and the American militia. The battle yielded a surprising and unpredictable outcome due to the untrained Americans putting up more of a fight than the British ever bargained for!

12 Facts About Oak Trees You Wood Not Believe

Oak trees are among the oldest nature species in the world, and there's no doubt a lot of fascinating things to learn about these ancient wonders. Even though you may see it as just a tree, there is a lot of fun facts about oak trees!

1000 Fun & Interesting Facts About Literally Everything

That's right, you didn't misread, here we have one thousand fun and interesting facts about literally everything! Here at The Fact Site, we're celebrating our 10th birthday, and we wanted to celebrate huge! So we've spent months researching the biggest & best list of interesting facts, all for you - for free! Sit back, get comfy & enjoy!

Why Do Camels Have Humps?

Camels are unique animals with origins tracking back to 45 million years. Each animal on the planet has a unique trait that distinguishes them from others. In the case of camels, that trait is their humps. But why do they have them?

20 Historical Facts About Tutankhamun

King Tut was the youngest Pharoah to be appointed in Egyptian history! There is a lot of mystery surrounding this young ruler, like who his parents were, and even how he died is still relatively unknown. Here we have a list of facts about what we DO know about Tutankhamun!

5 Ways To Make Your Day Last Longer

Time is the form where both physical and mental processes take place. The concept of time is used both in physics and in philosophy. Despite the fact that everyone knows that a day has 24 hours, an hour has 60 minutes, and a minute has 60 seconds, etc., our sense of time is individual, and it can change during the day and during parts of our lifetime.

12 Weird Measurements You’ve Never Heard Of

Do you know how many Smoots there are in the Harvard Bridge? How many double-deckers in the latest sinkhole incident? Do you know what we measure with ‘slugs’, or what the name is for the smallest detectable move a computer mouse can make? Find out here!