32 of the best and weirdest facts from Weird But True on Disney+

Did you know there are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on the whole planet? Or that some parrots dance when they hear pop music?

Disney+may be associated with fairytale princesses and intergalactic bounty hunters, but as the home of National Geographic, there’s also plenty of educational content – including the aptly named Weird But True.

Now entering its third season, hosts Charlie Engelman and Carly Ciarrocchi will be exploring volcanoes, flying planes and digging for dinosaur bones looking for facts which are, you guessed it, weird but true.

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