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L.M. Boyd Trivia

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• When two male wolves keep their distance while they hold a howl-off — or whatever you call it — the wolf with the howl of the lower tone wins. Unless they meet fang to fang. That makes howl tone irrelevant. So says a naturalist.

• Grasshoppers have white blood.

• If the water is not safe to drink in a country, neither is the milk. A traveler who has researched the matter says that’s a valid assumption.

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