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Geography
20 facts about Murray River
The third longest navigable river in the world
Poinsettia
Poinsettia, in addition to its decorative value, serves as a medicinal, cosmetic and dye plant.
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Food
17 facts about Kimchi
Traditional Korean dish
History
26 facts about Mohenjo-daro
The mound of the dead men
Giant panda
Compared to other bears, the giant panda has a long tail.
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Plants
15 facts about mandarines
Citrus reticulata
Animals
25 facts about Quokkas
The world’s happiest animal
Housefly
Houseflies play an important ecological role in the decomposition and processing of organic matter.
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Food
16 facts about Chocolate
A delicacy not only for a sweet tooth
Biography
49 facts about Ernest Hemingway
One of the most outstanding writers of the 20th century
Saola
The average lifespan is believed to be 9 to 11 years in the wild.
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Countries
47 facts about Cuba
El Caiman or El Cocodrilo
Biography
36 facts about William Shakespeare
English poet, novelist, playwright, and actor
Saola
The mating season lasts from April to June in Laos, and from February to March in Vietnam.
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Countries
21 facts about England
God Save the Queen
Rasputin
After three years on Mount Athos, he returned to the country, traveled, healed, prophesied, and preached the Word of God.
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Architecture
16 facts about Stonehenge
Presumably, the world of the dead
Nan Madol
According to the calculations of the scientists, the structures were erected by the effort of a huge number of workers during several hundred years.
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Science
16 facts about Aurora
Northern light that has delighted people for centuries
Food
16 facts about Mozzarella
The most recognizable Italian cheese in the world
Dragon blood tree
It is characterized by dichotomous branching, combining into a very dense crown.
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Architecture
18 facts about Great Wall of China
A marvel of engineering that was built in ancient times and expanded and modernized over two thousand years
Plants
17 facts about Strawberry
A hybrid species of two wild strawberries.
Saola
Saola have dark, chocolate brown fur, with distinguished white markings along their jaws, on their neck, and above their eyes.
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Amber
The English word amber derives from the Arabic anbar.
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Biography
23 facts about Sting
Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner
Cornflower
It has been a symbol of social liberalism in Sweden since the early 20th century.
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Culture
12 facts about Kayan
Famous for their golden hoops
Entertainment
20 facts about Oktoberfest
The largest Volksfest in the world
Axolotl
The species is critically threatened with extinction.
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Science
19 facts about Brain
Organic supercomputer
Plants
20 facts about Turmeric
Better than an energy drink
Science
16 facts about Phobos
The larger of two moons of Mars
Otters
Cat excrements pose threat to otters.
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History
18 facts about ancient Sumer
The mysterious people of antiquity
Mount Elbrus
It is located near the Russian-Georgian border in Russia.
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Cities
16 facts about Cairo
The city of a thousand minarets
Caspian Sea
The Kara-Bogaz-Gol forms a lagoon on the Caspian Sea.
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Food
10 facts about Hot dog
One of the most popular fast foods
Culture
12 facts about Great Sphinx of Giza
A mythical statue in Giza
Stingrays
They show no hostility towards humans and attack only when provoked.
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Plants
18 facts about Vanilla
The most popular aroma and flavor in the world
Saola
Saola are mainly solitary.
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