Hello! We’re finally settled in our new headquarters and have some exciting things coming your way but until then… Welcome to this week’s Heads-UP!
- Back with my giraffe facts! Until the 17th century, the English called the giraffe a “camelopard” because of its camel-like shape and leopard-like robe. The misapprehension lingers today in the animal’s linnaean name: Giraffa camelopardalis – Cécile
- None 10 most complained about adverts in last year in the UK were actually banned… – Bill
- In 2016, a university in Canada installed two sleep pods in the library. A dream come true for many students who just want to take a comfy nap during an all-night study session. – Lynn
- The hashtag arrived on keyboard in 1870 – Valeria