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The largest sunflower measured grew in Germany and up to nearly nine meters.
A well-known walnut comes from the Far East and the Himalayas. It was brought to Europe by the Romans, and now it is growing worldwide.
Chorophobia is a morbid fear of dancing.
The Korean language has over 600 terminals, which can be used in speech for expressing various degrees of politeness and respect for elders or socially higher positioned people.
There is a scale for measuring the hotness of peppers, which was invented by Scoville, the American chemist, and its unit is 1 SHU (Scoville Heat Units).
Imagine that two thirds of people in the world have never seen snow.
Horses have 18 more bones than a man.
Mr. Zerega, the owner of America's first pasta factory, dried his pasta directly in the sun on the roof of his factory.