Interesting facts about fingers

Blood for analysis is most often taken from the ring finger. This is because it is less involved, unlike the index and middle fingers. The skin on it does not become rough, because it is rarely involved in any activity

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Interesting facts about arm wrestling

Arm wrestling has been popular among men at all times. Now it is even impossible to determine who first came up with the idea to interlock their palms and try to press an opponent’s hand to the surface of the table

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Interesting facts about paper

Paper was invented in China. For a long time in that country they used to write on bamboo planks, which was very inconvenient: too much space was needed to store such “archives”

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Interesting facts about the baobab

The baobab (lat. Adansonia digitata) is a tree that grows in the African savannas. The baobab is one of the thickest trees in the world; with an average height of 18-25 meters, its trunk circumference is about 10 meters.

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Interesting facts about peppers

Pepper (Polatini Piper) contains more than a thousand species of herbs, climbing shrubs and lianas, many of which are key species in their native habitat

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The Tour de France - the most prestigious cycling race in the world

On November 20, 1902, Henri Desgrange, editor of the newspaper L’Auto, and journalist Geo Lefevre were having lunch in a Paris Cafe

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The golden blood type, the owner of which is very difficult to find

Until recently, medicine knew only 8 types of blood, each of which has its own subtypes. However, later it turned out that there was another blood type, and it was subsequently dubbed the golden blood group

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Unusual business - selling time

A peculiar business was organized in 1836 by an English couple John and Mary Belleville

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Interesting facts about corn

The homeland of corn is Mexico. It was here several thousand years ago that it could be domesticated by local Indians. The wild corn cobs were tiny

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