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Interesting facts about watermelons

Juicy, red, ripe watermelons - many people simply adore them, where they are available only in summer. No, of course, you can buy watermelon in winter if you want, but the quality may be mediocre, and the price will be very high

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Interesting Facts about Rice

Rice literally feeds millions and even billions of people. As one of the most common crops in the world, it dominates the national cuisine of hundreds of nations and the variety of dishes and drinks made from it is amazing

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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 beans

Many dishes include beans, and in some countries they are an integral part of the national cuisine, for example, in Mexico

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What is a spore?

The spore, like the seed, is one of the main reproductive structures of plants, fungi, some bacteria and protozoan unicellular organisms

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Interesting facts about pasta

Pasta in one form or another is popular almost all over the world. Pasta is like noodles, so popular in Asian countries, although they are strictly different products and are made in different ways with different ingredients

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Useful foods for the brain

The brain, and any other organ, requires a boost of vitamins and trace elements. It is unnecessary to take pharmaceutical drugs. You can simply include in your diet certain foods. Gastroenterologist Irina Kazimir

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When did people start drinking tea?

Even today, wild tea bushes can still be found in the mountains of China. No one knows now how man figured out that the leaves of this plant can be brewed with boiling water to get a fragrant and tasty drink.

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What is the appendix for? What is appendicitis?

The appendix (worm-like appendix) is a tube about 8-15 cm long and about 1 cm in diameter, extending from the lower end of the cecum and closed on the other side. It is a “blind” tube that leads nowhere.

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