The first cow in America
The first cows in the America arrived with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage.
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Athena served as a guardian of Athens, where the famous Parthenon served as her temple. The Greek capital is named after her.
The largest pig on record was a Poland-China hog named "Big Bill’". He
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the ground. He had a shoulder height of 5 feet and a length of 9 feet.
The largest dinosaur eggs were as large as basketballs. The bigger the
egg, the thicker the shell. So if the eggs had been larger, dinosaur
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