Brazil Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is replicated in Brazil, (a copper statue to the individuals of the United States, a gift from the individuals of France).
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over Russia’s Chelyabinsk city. It exploded in sky but sent out
shockwaves that caused quite some damage and injured 1,200 people.
Scientists say that the asteroid was nearly 65 feet wide.
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For more than 150 years, Brazil has been the world's biggest coffee exporter. It provided around 80% of the world's coffee in the 1920s.
It would take about 1.2 million mosquito bites to drain all the blood from your body.
Ducks feet has no nerves or blood vessels, meaning that their feet do
not feel the cold! This enables ducks to swim in icy water, and walk in
ice and snow.
The milk bottle was invented in 1884. Plastic milk containers came later, in 1964.
The first asteroid was Ceres, discovered by Giuseppe Piazzi in 1801.
According to Salesforce, 51% of small business owners think that AI is important when it comes to investing in new technologies.
A Japanese fishing boat sank because a Russian cargo plane dropped a live cow from 30,000 feet.
There are two subspecies of African elephant: savanna or bush elephant (Loxodonta africana
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