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Maple syrup
Maple juice is harvested in the spring.
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Science
28 facts about NASA
For the Benefit of All
Entertainment
23 facts about cricket
Second most popular sport in the world
Arctic fox
The mating period begins in the spring.
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Animals
22 facts about hammerhead sharks
Most distinctive of all sharks
Kerosene lamp
The situation changed when a Jew came to Łukasiewicz's pharmacy and offered to sell him a bottle of oil coming from the area of Borysław, where peasants collected it from hollows and ponds.
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Animals
23 facts about stingrays
Pancakes of the sea
Quokkas
Female quokka's body can determine whether her offspring survived the encounter with a predator.
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Plants
16 facts about Sugar maple
Canada’s National Tree
Baobab tree
The most common species of baobab tree is the African Baobab (Adansonia digitata).
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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
Brown recluse spider
They are active from March to October.
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Geography
19 facts about Congo River
The second longest river in Africa
Chia seeds
Chia is an annual plant that grows up to 1 meter (3,2 feet) tall.
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Geography
20 facts about Murray River
The third longest navigable river in the world
Pumpkin
There is only 30 kcal in 100 grams of pumpkin.
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Food
17 facts about Kimchi
Traditional Korean dish
Sloth
Their hind limbs are shorter, and the forelimbs longer and finished with three fingers.
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History
26 facts about Mohenjo-daro
The mound of the dead men
Plants
15 facts about mandarines
Citrus reticulata
Ernest Hemingway
In the post-war period, Hemingway suffered from many illnesses: diabetes, severe headaches, high blood pressure and overweight problems. He also abused alcohol.
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Animals
25 facts about Quokkas
The world’s happiest animal
Food
16 facts about Chocolate
A delicacy not only for a sweet tooth
Mona Lisa
In 2006, scientists announced that the Mona Lisa was pregnant or soon after giving birth while posing for the master.
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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
Giant panda
In addition to a plant-based diet, some zoos provide pandas with specially prepared treats composed of animal ingredients.
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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
Sloth
Sloths are the general name for two families of the Xenarthra: a three-toed Bradypodidae and a two-toed Megalonychidae.
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Architecture
16 facts about Stonehenge
Presumably, the world of the dead
Brittle stars
For locomotion, brittle stars use their arms.
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Science
16 facts about Aurora
Northern light that has delighted people for centuries
Croatia
In Istria, the Mirna River, which flows near Buzet, is the axis of land called "the kingdom of truffles."
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Food
16 facts about Mozzarella
The most recognizable Italian cheese in the world
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
Lake Huron
The coastline is 2,980 km (1,850 mi) long.
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Plants
17 facts about Strawberry
A hybrid species of two wild strawberries.
Yellow spotted lizard
They can be found in southern North America and Central America.
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Biography
23 facts about Sting
Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner
Culture
12 facts about Kayan
Famous for their golden hoops
Entertainment
20 facts about Oktoberfest
The largest Volksfest in the world