Sharks in an active underwater volcano
Scientists discovered sharks that are living in an active underwater volcano. Divers cannot investigate because they would get burns from the acidity and heat.
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The world’s largest statue of a mosquito is a roadside attraction in
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of Oeneus, King of Calydon. According to legend, upon his death, his
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The queen bee can live up to 5 years and is the only bee that lays eggs.
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