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Is it true that Christmas is banned in Pakistan? Was the Urdu version of Sesame Street funded by the United States? Is it true that In 2010, whole trees were made into cocoons in Pakistan by spiders. Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
FALSE Fact #1: Christmas is banned in Pakistan. TRUE Fact #2: The Urdu version of Sesame Street was funded by the United States TRUE Fact #3: In 2010, whole trees were made into cocoons in Pakistan by spiders. FALSE Fact #4: Anne Hathaway speaks Urdu fluently. TRUE Fact #5: Nineteen Pakistani women crammed themselves into a SmartCar to achieve a world record. FALSE Fact #6: A Pakistani woman holds the Guinness record for the world’s longest hair. TRUE Fact #7: The Pakistan Penal Code prohibits blasphemy against any recognized religion, providing penalties ranging from a fine to death TRUE Fact #8: An English parrot named Mittu learned to speak Urdu. FALSE Fact #9: In Pakistan, public transportation is free. TRUE Fact #10: “Pakistan” means “Land of the Pure” in Urdu. FALSE Fact #11: In Punjab, Pakistan, there’s a water park where you can swim with sharks FALSE Fact #12: The national poet of Pakistan, Muhammad Iqbal, used to dissect frogs for inspiration