Stunning Summer Facts
1. A man named Walter Summerford was struck by lightning 3 times in his life. After his death, his gravestone was also struck.
2. Summer is the best time to conceive for the healthiest baby.
3. Summer lasts for 42 years on Uranus.
4. Rats get more depressed in summer than in winter.
5. A man named Walter Summerford was struck by lightening 3 times in his life. After his death, his gravestone was also struck.
6. Relationships that form during the spring to summer months are more likely to last.
7. Summer on Neptune lasts for 40 years, but the temperature is minus 200Â°C.
8. The U.S. government has approved the sale of powdered alcohol beginning the summer of 2015.
9. 64% of men say they spend more money on dating during the summer than any other season, according to a survey.
10. Summer on Neptune lasts for 40 years, but the temperature is -328Â°F.
11. Summer vacation was established for city kids whose parents moved the family to the suburbs to escape the heat.
12. Summer camps in the middle east for youth encourage peace.
13. Summer on Neptune lasts for 40 years, but the temperature is minus 200°C.
14. 34% of Americans believe that a summer vacation brings the most romance into their lives, according to a survey.
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