Caspian Sea, Asia-Europe is the major lake (371,000 sq km) in the world.

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In 1934, a gust of wind reached 371 km/h on Mount Washington in New Hampshire, USA.

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Orchids have the smallest seeds. It takes more than 1.25 million seeds to weigh 1 gram.

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Each year industrial, household cleaning, gardening, and automotive products are added as water pollutants. About 65,000 chemicals are used commercially in the United States today, with about 1,000 new ones added each year. Only about 300 have been extensively tested for toxicity.

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Sunflower seeds really aren't seeds at all. They are actually hard, dry fruits called achenes. Inside an achene is one seed. Achenes do not break open to release the seed inside.

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A pineapple is a berry.

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Some tissue-making machines can produce as many as 6000 feet of toilet tissuetree01.gif (1395 bytes) every minute out of trees.

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Trees lower air temperature by evaporating water in their leaves.

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The bright orange color of carrots tell you theyu2019re an excellent source of Vitamincarrot.jpg (11952 bytes) A which is important for good eyesight, especially at night. Vitamin A helps your body fight infection, and keeps your skin and hair healthy.

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Fruit is really the part of a flower in which seeds grow. Cherries, apples, and even milkweed pods are fruit.

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