Interesting Mouse Facts
1. The giraffe has seven neck bones, the same as a mouse.
2. The heart of a mouse beats 650 times per minute.
3. The original voice of Mickey Mouse was provided by Walt Disney himself.
4. Mickey Mouse has a sister named Amelia Fieldmouse.
5. The character Mickey Mouse was named after the American actor Mickey Rooney, whose mother, Walt Disney had dated.
6. Walt Disney, the creator of Mickey Mouse, had musophobia, which is the fear of mice.
7. In real life, Russi Taylor (the voice of Minnie Mouse) was married to Wayne Allwine (the voice of Mickey Mouse.)
8. The Apple Lisa (1983) was the first successful computer with a graphical user interface (GUI) and a mouse. It cost $10,000.
9. Using a computer â€” typing, scrolling, and moving the mouse â€” burns about 20 more calories than doing nothing.
10. When the computer mouse was first invented, it was called the "X-Y Position Indicator for a Display System."
11. The voice actors for Mickey and Minnie Mouse are married in real life.
12. Mouse sperm is bigger than elephant sperm.
13. The voice of Mickey Mouse and the voice of Minnie Mouse got married in real life
14. The word "muscle" comes from the latin word "musculus," which means "little mouse."
15. The voice of Minnie Mouse, Russi Taylor, was married to the voice of Mickey Mouse, Wayne Allwine, until his death in 2009.
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