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This page shows all the hooks currently in the queue for moving to the Main page. If all queues displayed in one place, it can help to give users an idea of how full DYK is. It might also help to know whether or not their hooks have been updated. Hooks that have been approved but are not currently in a queue can be found in the holding area. The holding area is at Template talk:Did you know#Holding area.

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Queue 1

From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

Narges Mohammadi during an interview

  • ... that Narges Mohammadi (pictured), who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2023, was excluded from a mountain climbing group at university because of her political activities?
  • ... that when Spanish conquistadores came to South America in the 1500s they took potatoes back to Europe?
  • ... that in 2022, Tuvalu announced that they would become the first country to make a replica of themself in the metaverse?
  • ... that Tom Petty said it took him three and a half minutes to write his song "Wildflowers" and only performed it once while writing it?
  • ... that Kevin McCarthy is the first Speaker of the United States House of Representatives to be removed during a legislative session?
  • ... that the social deduction game Among Us is inspired by the party game Mafia and the 1982 science fiction horror movie The Thing?
  • Queue 2

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    The Luther Brannon House in 2008

  • ... that the Luther Brannon House (pictured) was removed from the National Register of Historic Places in 2021, a few months after it was demolished?
  • ... that Paul Revere founded a company in 1801, called Revere Copper Company, that is still in operation today?
  • ... that in 2012, due to rising sea levels, the government of Kiribati bought land on Fiji so the people could move there if needed?
  • ... that when feminist Irina Karamanos's domestic partner Gabriel Boric was elected President of Chile, they were both against her becoming first lady?
  • ... that Panasonic released a special version of Yoshi's Cookie that teaches players how to make the cookies in the game?
  • ... that Olivier Messiaen wrote a piece completely inspired by birdsong?
  • Queue 3

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    Javier Milei in 2022

  • ... that when Javier Milei (pictured) was elected President of Argentina in 2023, he became the first libertarian head of state in the world?
  • ... that according to the WHO, girls 15 to 19 years old are about twice as likely to die after pregnancy than those 20 to 24 years old?
  • ... that Wayne Gretzky was called "the greatest ice hockey player of all time" by an official encyclopedia of the NHL?
  • ... that in 2006 and 2007, surveys ranked Denmark as "the happiest place in the world," based on standards of health, welfare, and education?
  • ... that actor Matthew Perry made his former mansion in Malibu, California into a rehab center and was given an award from the White House because of it?
  • ... that the word pidgin comes from Chinese language business and is unrelated to the English word pigeon?
  • Queue 4

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    A Japanese spider crab

  • ... that the Japanese spider crab (pictured) can grow to be almost 4 metres in width?
  • ... that Academy Award-winning actor Sidney Poitier was the Bahamian Ambassador to Japan from 1997 until 2007?
  • ... that before they were used as a contraceptive, condoms were used to protect against disease?
  • ... that if Leonor, Princess of Asturias becomes the Queen of Spain, she will be Spain's first queen regnant since her 4th great-grandmother Isabella II?
  • ... that in 1809, a slave cost about $40,000 USD, in today's money, but in the 21st century, getting a slave costs as little as $90-100 USD?
  • ... that Harold Macmillan was the last Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to be granted a hereditary peerage?
  • Queue 5

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    Kaja Kallas in 2023

  • ... that Kaja Kallas (pictured) is the first female Prime Minister of Estonia and is also the daughter of former Prime Minister Siim Kallas?
  • ... that the amount of chlorophyll in a leaf can be measured with a handheld meter?
  • ... that in 2000, Mel Carnahan was elected to the U.S. Senate less than one month after he was killed in a plane crash?
  • ... that the United States government paid an average of $1.8 million each to the families of the victims of the September 11 attacks?
  • ... that because of Richard Roundtree's role as John Shaft, many believe it lead to the rise of African American leading actors in Hollywood movies?
  • ... that in 2022, lawmakers from Panama passed a bill that allowed citizens to pay their taxes using cryptocurrency?
  • Queue 6

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    Luisa González in 2022

  • ... that former Assemblywoman Luisa González (pictured) was pepper sprayed by the National Police of Ecuador while on her way to register her presidential candidacy?
  • ... that the lines on the sides of school buses in the United States have an important safety role in the event of an accident?
  • ... that the great white shark has no natural predators other than the killer whale?
  • ... that Joe Biden's visit to Ukraine was the closest a U.S. president had come to a combat zone since Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War?
  • ... that the Vatican City is the smallest country in the world by size, at 0.49 km² and by population, at 764?
  • ... that when YouTuber Markiplier created an OnlyFans account for charity, the site crashed because of the large amount of people visiting the website?
  • Queue 7

    From a collection of Wikipedia's articles:

    A chinchilla

  • ... that chinchillas (pictured) spray their own urine and release their fur as a defensive action?
  • ... that in 2023, members of the House of Commons of Canada unknowingly gave a standing ovation to Yaroslav Hunka, a Waffen-SS veteran?
  • ... that The Star-Spangled Banner has four stanzas but usually only the first is sung and is the most well known?
  • ... that Brendan Fraser is the first Canadian to win the Academy Award for Best Actor?
  • ... that the UNICEF photo of the year 2007 showed a 40-year-old Afghan man with his 11-year-old bride?
  • ... that Moses is seen as an important prophet in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, the Bahá'í Faith and Rastafari?