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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Pigs have hardly any sweat glands, and one of the best ways for them to cool down is to wallow in all of that glorious mud.
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About 99.99% of all sushi rice that is served in the United States was grown in the United States.
A Japanese fishing boat sank because a Russian cargo plane dropped a live cow from 30,000 feet.
There are iron meteorites and stony meteorites. Iron meteorites have a
typical composition of 91% iron, 8.5% nickel and 0.5% cobalt. Stony
meteorites on the other hand have 36% oxygen, 26% iron, 18% silicon, 14%
magnesium, 1.5% aluminum, 1.4% nickel and 1.3% calcium.
Athens is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Acropolis of Athens and the medieval Daphni Monastery.
Worldwide, the airline industry generates about US$700 billion.
The dinosaur with the longest name is Micropachycephalosaurus (“small thick-headed lizard”).