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    Most talkative bird

    Though parrots are generally famous for being chatty, Puck, a cheery blue parakeet, landed in the 1995 Guinness Book of World Records for his vocabulary skills, with a recognized set of 1,728 words.
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    Manatees, like their elephant relatives, continuously replace their teeth throughout their lives with the older teeth at the front falling out and new teeth growing in at the back of their mouth.
    The original King of the Dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex holds the real-life claim to fame of having the strongest bite of any land animal, living or extinct. Using a model that simulated the impact of its bite, scientists estimate that the force of a T. rex chomp could have been 3.5 times more powerful than that of an Australian saltwater crocodile, which holds the record among animals still alive today.
    Firefly light can be yellow, green or orange. A chemical reaction within the firefly’s light organ produces the light—oxygen combines with calcium, adenosine triphosphate (ATP—the energy-carrying molecule of all cells) and a chemical called luciferin, when an enzyme called luciferase is present.
    Manatee brains are smooth and the ratio of their brain to their body size is the lowest of any mammal. They can learn basic tasks, are extremely sensitive to touch and can differentiate colors.
    A jambia is a short dagger worn by men in Yemen. The handle of a janbiya tells the status of the man who wears it
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    Elaine, Linda, Alice and 47 other baby names were banned by Saudi Arabia
    In 1704, Isaac Newton predicted that the world will end in 2060
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