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Science
29 facts about NASA
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Montana
The fauna of the state is very diverse.
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Christopher Columbus
From Nicaraguan tribesmen he learned of the "rich kingdoms" of the - Mayan and possibly Inca civilizations and of the "great sea" (Pacific Ocean) farther west.
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Architecture
22 facts about Colosseum
Bloody pearl of the ancient world
Architecture
19 facts about Taj Mahal
An architectural marvel
Turkey
The largest city in Turkey is Istanbul.
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Geography
16 facts about Mississippi River
The second longest North American river
Science
17 facts about Titan
The largest of Saturn’s satellites
Jane Austen
Jane received her education primarily at home, learning drawing, music, and dance.
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Entertainment
29 facts about tennis
The most elegant of sports
Laughing kookaburra
They are perfect hunters.
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Countries
39 facts about Japan
The Land of Cherry Blossom
Hagia Sophia
The side naves are separated from the main nave by columns connected by a semicircular arch.
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Citron
Citron is a large, fragrant citrus fruit with a thick rind.
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Food
19 facts about sushi
Vinegared rice
Kerosene lamp
There are several types of kerosene lamps.
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History
32 facts about Jamestown
The first permanent British colony in New World
Science
18 facts about amber
Fossilized tree resin
Space Needle
Since its opening, there have been six parachute jumps from the Space Needle.
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Animals
17 facts about Rice's whale
The Gulf of Mexico whale
Murray River
The soil in the Murray River is rich in nutrients and fertile.
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Mount Elbrus
The first European to reach the lower peak was the British Douglas William Freshfield on July 20, 1874.
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Animals
22 facts about Amur leopard
Panthera pardus orientalis
Poinsettia
Why is it called Poinsettia?
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Japan
The population of Japan is almost 99% ethnic.
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Biography
27 facts about Jane Austen
Icon of the world novel of manners
Mohenjo-daro
The first excavations were carried out only in the 1920s by the English archaeologist, John Marshall.
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Gila monster
The young typically enter the brumation after hatching.
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Animals
15 facts about Javan leopard
Panthera pardus melas
England
England has given birth to great musicians.
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Pumpkin
The pumpkin is native to South America and cultivated as early as 3,000 BC.
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Food
20 facts about pizza
World’s most famous food
Biography
26 facts about Anna Pavlova
An international prima ballerina