Learning has never been more accessible. According to the recent data, there are 4.66 billion active internet users worldwide. That’s nearly 60% of the global population. In this day and age, the Internet has become an essential tool for effective teaching and learning. When the Covid-19 pandemic struck the world, entire education switched to online learning, which in the long run will perhaps fully replace in-person learning.

Nonetheless, many, not just the students, find it easy and more enjoyable to learn from the Internet. And there are ubiquitous sources to choose from, covering pretty much all subjects one might think of. One of such is an account on Twitter, ‘Weird History,’ that posts interesting and often less heard-of facts from history. A perfect way to combine entertainment and education in one.

Take a look at some of the most bizarre yet fascinating facts posted there. And for all those history enthusiasts on Demilked, check out previous features from the page here and here.

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