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Armadillos are the only animal besides humans that carry leprosy. Leprosy is a disease that causes skin sores, muscle weakness and nerve damage in the extremities, the upper respiratory tract and the lining of the nose. More »

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Some interesting facts about the Bermuda Triangle include that it is a triangular section of the Atlantic Ocean with the points of the triangle landing in Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Miami, Fla. The area is rich with storie... More »

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Diatoms are photosynthesizing algae found in nearly every aquatic environment on the Earth. They possess a skeleton made of silica and are only capable of limited movement. To access sunlight, diatoms are confined to the... More »

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Mrs. Butterworth is neither black nor white; she is in fact an anthropomorphised syrup bottle. As a fictional, non-human character, she has no race. Nevertheless, there is some argument as to whether she is meant to be p... More »

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Lard is made from the fat of a pig and can be taken from any part of the animal that has a high level of fatty tissue. The highest quality lard, called leaf lard, is extracted from the visceral fat deposit around the kid... More »

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Black pudding is a traditional food from the United Kingdom and Ireland that is made using a combination of pork fat, oatmeal, onions and suet as well as animal blood, usually pork blood. Depending on the recipe, a speci... More »

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Typically, in order to be classified as meat, food must be made of animal flesh and as eggs are an animal by-product, they are not considered meat. Like meat, however, eggs are high in fat and protein. It should be noted... More »

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