The first cow in America
The first cows in the America arrived with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage.
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There are more than 40 million donkeys worldwide. China, Ethiopia,
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There are iron meteorites and stony meteorites. Iron meteorites have a
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Pigs are extraordinarily intelligent. They are curious and insightful
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