February 5th is known as World Nutella Day and Shower with a Friend Day.
We’d like to welcome you to the 36th day of the year! We still have 329 days left of this year.
People who were born on February 5th share the Aquarius star sign.
Here you’ll find facts about February 5, as well as some key events that all happened on this day throughout history. You’ll also pick up a few less important events including language and literature and food and drink facts.
Did you know that on this day in 1869, the world’s largest golden nugget was found? It was discovered at Moliagul, Victoria, Australia and weighed 3,123 ozt (97.14 kg).
Keep reading for more facts about February 5th in history!
What Happened On February 5 In History?
The vice president of Google, Susan Wojcicki became the CEO of YouTube.
A nuclear bomb was lost off the coast of Georgia, US.
A B-457 bomber was conducting a training mission off the coast of Georgia near Tybee Island. The bomber collided with an F-86 fighter jet in midair, and the pilot jettisoned the bomb to avoid it exploding while the bomber made an emergency landing. There have been many attempts to locate the bomb, however it still hasn't been found.
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