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Platypus
Monotremes are the missing link between reptiles and mammals.
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Science
28 facts about NASA
For the Benefit of All
Lake Baikal
In the Baikal lake, there is the Baikal seal, the only completely freshwater seal in the world.
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England
Traditional British cuisine includes meat served with potatoes or various vegetables.
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Entertainment
23 facts about cricket
Second most popular sport in the world
Brown recluse spider
They feed on soft-bodied insects, not necessarily freshly killed.
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Animals
22 facts about hammerhead sharks
Most distinctive of all sharks
Animals
23 facts about stingrays
Pancakes of the sea
Plants
16 facts about Sugar maple
Canada’s National Tree
Okapi
Okapi lives only in the Ituri equatorial forest in Central Africa in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Food
24 facts about maple syrup
The liquid gold of the Canadians
Cities
17 facts about Madrid
The bear and the strawberry tree
Axolotl
Axolotls that undergo metamorphosis change their physiology.
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Geography
19 facts about Congo River
The second longest river in Africa
Cappadocia
Within the valley and the city of Gὃreme is the Gὃreme National Park, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
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Geography
20 facts about Murray River
The third longest navigable river in the world
Paris
One of the most prominent symbols of Paris—the Eiffel Tower—was meant to be a temporary installation, but was scheduled for demolition after 20 years.
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Food
17 facts about Kimchi
Traditional Korean dish
Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus was a terrifying carnivorous reptile.
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History
26 facts about Mohenjo-daro
The mound of the dead men
Plants
15 facts about mandarines
Citrus reticulata
Sea lamprey
Why are sea lampreys so detrimental to the Great Lakes ecosystem?
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Animals
25 facts about Quokkas
The world’s happiest animal
Germany
Germany was the first country to implement daylight saving time (DST, summertime).
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Food
16 facts about Chocolate
A delicacy not only for a sweet tooth
Mona Lisa
At first, it hung in the palace of Fontainebleau, in the royal bathing salon.
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Biography
49 facts about Ernest Hemingway
One of the most outstanding writers of the 20th century
Countries
47 facts about Cuba
El Caiman or El Cocodrilo
Frederic Chopin
Even as a child Frederic made numerous appearances in the salons of the Warsaw aristocracy.
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Biography
36 facts about William Shakespeare
English poet, novelist, playwright, and actor
Countries
21 facts about England
God Save the Queen
Mandarines
Mandarine peel is used in the production of mandarine oil, which has a wide range of therapeutic uses.
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Architecture
16 facts about Stonehenge
Presumably, the world of the dead
Science
16 facts about Aurora
Northern light that has delighted people for centuries
Sesame seeds
Sesame can cause allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis.
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Food
16 facts about Mozzarella
The most recognizable Italian cheese in the world
Platypus
They have webbed feet.
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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
William Shakespeare
There are over 100 variations of the name Shakespeare. The poet was also known as Shakspere, Shakspear, Shakespere, Shaksper, Shaxper Shake-spear.
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Plants
17 facts about Strawberry
A hybrid species of two wild strawberries.
Stonehenge
The structure has been under development for over 1,400 years. The stages of development can be divided into eight parts.
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Poland
The Constitution of May 3 was the first law of its kind in Europe and the second in the world.
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Biography
23 facts about Sting
Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner
La Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia was designed not to exceed a height of 173 m because this is the height of Barcelona's Montjuic mountain.
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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