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Some fun and interesting facts are that honey does not spoil, dead people can get goose bumps and woolly mammoths were still alive during the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Another fun and interesting fact is that different ancient civilizations developed wr...

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Some fun facts about cars are that more than more one billion cars saw operation in the year 2010 and that it takes about half an ounce of gasoline to start the average car. An average car takes about 25 hours to build, and in the United States, one person dies in a tra...

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Some fun facts about California include the fact that California raises more turkeys than any other state and that the Hollywood Bowl is the world's largest amphitheater. California's Mount Whitney is the highest peak in all of the United States' lower 48 states.

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The first football game to be played occurred in 1869 between Rutgers and Princeton schools; however, the game looked closer to that of a rugby match. Following the game, this modified form of rugby became popular among the East Coast colleges. In 1876, Walter Camp help...

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China, known officially as the People's Republic of China, is the fourth-largest country in the world with a land area of over 3.7 million square miles. The capital city of China is Beijing, however, its most populated city is Shanghai. Overall, the country has the worl...

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Some fun facts about Florida, known as the Sunshine State, include its state animal, the Florida panther, and its state flower, the orange blossom. The state bird is the northern mockingbird. Florida is also home to the oldest European settlement in North America, Saint...

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Oceans lay claim to about 70 percent of the surface of the earth, and ocean life accounts for 94 percent of living things. Despite this, scientists have yet to explore most of the ocean, as its average depth surpasses 12,400 feet and is mostly cloaked in darkness.