English test pilot, George Aird, barely escaping death by ejecting out of a prototype jet that nosedived into the ground.
22) Winnie The Pooh. (1928)
A.A. Milne named the widely popular teddy bear after the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
23) A Water Surfing Elephant. (Circa 1950's)
Queenie made history by becomming the first elephant to go water surfing.
24) Napoleon Of The Chimpanzee World. (1915)
Little Nap became a very popular attraction for kids and people of all ages.
25) A Unique Glider Plane. (1945)
This British glider was actually constructed out of bed-sheets and floorboards! It was built by British prisoners of war trying to escape from a maximum security prison.