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Giraffe:The tallest animal and the longest neck in the world
Of all the animals in the world, the giraffe is the tallest and has the longest neck. A male giraffe’s head may be as much as six meters above the ground. A female is only a little shorter. Nearly half of the giraffes’ great height is in its neck and head. Even so, the giraffe has only seven bones in its neck, the same as most other mammals and each of the bones are very long.
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Animals Sleep Anywhere
Some animals sleep safely in caves at night. Others sleep hanging in trees. Some big apes build nests in trees for sleeping but most animals prefer not to have a permanent home. They just sleep where they can. For example, the hoofed animals, in North America, Europe and Asia, there are many kinds of deer. All these animals move about the country as they like.
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The animal that is protected by the legends
hunter creeps through the jungle. He hears a rustling in the trees. He looks up. What animal is it? He can just see brown fur. It must be a monkey. The hunter grips his spear tightly, and gets ready to throw it then the leaves open. Just as the hunter is going to throw his spear, he sees the animal and stops. It’s not a monkey, it’s an indri.
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Volcanoes Among the Dangers and Benefits to Mankind
Living near the volcanoes is high risk. No one would camp in the crater of Halemaumau in Hawaii, or in the crater of Mount Etna in Sicily. However volcanoes have always attracted mankind. Men have always come to farm the rich lands, and to enjoy the beauty of volcanoes. The dangers cannot be separated from the benefits.
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How to Conduct Physical Inventory Counting Successfully
Requirements of physical inventory counting should be designed through the observance of which the counting, listing, verification, pricing, extensions, footings, recapitulation, and approval may proceed with accuracy and expedition. If more than three or four persons are to be involved in the process, the plan may be in writing, and will include such points.
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The interesting story behind Raphael's Madonna of the Chair
Raffaelo Sanzo da Urbino (1483 – 1520) was better known simply as Raphael, an Italian painter and architect of the high Renaissance, together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, they form the traditional trinity of great masters of that period, the great Italian artist of the sixteenth century.
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The Kinkajou
The Kinkajou (Potos flavus) is the only member of the genus “Potos”. Generally Kinkajou is known as the “honey bear”, “sugar bear” or “cat monkey”. It is a member of the raccoon family (Procyonidae), and lives in South America.
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Leonardo and The Lady with a Mystic Smile
Photo beneath is a very famous “international figure” which has been and is still admired by a great number of art lovers. The model of the painting was Mona Lisa, and the portrait itself was painted by Leonardo da Vinci probably in 1504 or 1505. The masterpiece now belongs to the Louvre in Paris, the largest museum in the world, and one of the oldest.
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Nuclear Reactor for Power, is It Safe?
Many countries now use nuclear reactors for power. A country like France needs nuclear power. France has very small natural energy resources. It must import three-quarters of its power needs, especially oil. So more and more reactors are built but the public are very worried by reactors. In France, Britain and America there have been big protest against reactors near cities.
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Robert Baden-Powell: Founder of the Scouting Movement
One hundred and fifty-four years ago, on February 22th, 1857, Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell was born in London. His father was the Reverend H.G. Baden-Powell, a professor at Oxford University, and his mother was the daughter of a British admiral, W.T. Smyth. As a boy Baden-Powell was the centre of interest among his friends.
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Facts About : The Disaster in Darwin in 1974
or the people of Darwin, Australia, 25th December, 1974, was a day of disaster. Christmas Day, 1974, will long be remembered by all Australians as the day of the greatest natural disaster ever to strike their country.
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Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer (Christmas Legend) | Authspot
Rudolph was a very shy little reindeer. He didn’t have any friends. The trouble was that he had a very red nose. All the other reindeer had brown noses. But Rudolph’s nose was so bright that it glowed in the dark, like a light.The other reindeer used to laugh at Rudolph. They refused to let him play with them because of his bright, red nose.
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Tsunami in Mentawai Islands of Indonesia
In October 26, 2010, tsunami swept the Mentawai Islands on Monday yesterday evening,reported a tsunami triggered by an earthquake off Indonesia’s Sumatra island. At least 23 people are dead and 167 others are missing, including nine Australians.
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Coca-Cola : the Popular Beverage Around the World
It started in 1886, when John Pemberton, a chemist from Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., succeeded in making a special kind of liquid mixture.
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