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L.M. Boyd Trivia

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• Lions, too, once roamed what’s now Alaska.

• There are about 100 different sorts of insects in Mexico that some people eat on purpose.

• Nothing new about boxed gifts you have to assemble yourself. In 1885, the Statue of Liberty was delivered in 214 crates, batteries not included.

• The lobster draws in water through its legs and lets it out through its head. That’s how it breathes.

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