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- ... that white rust (pictured), a plant pathogen affecting the cabbage family, predisposes its host to develop downy mildew?
- ... that pictures of suspected 18-year-old assassin Raúl Meza Torres inspired other teenagers in Mexico to join organized crime?
- ... that aggregations of painted urchin have been recorded with a density of 80 individuals per square metre?
- ... that college basketball player Johnny Dee played through a knee injury for most of a season and still led the NCAA Division I in free throw shooting percentage?
- ... that Orlande de Lassus set Psalm 134, one of the Songs of Ascents, in Latin for seven voices a cappella, using a wide range from low bass to very high soprano?
- ... that during World War II, Huang Qingyun published the only Chinese children's magazine in Hong Kong and China, and corresponded with her readers to help them cope with life in wartime?
- ... that at over fourteen hours in duration, La Flor is the longest film in Argentine cinema?
- ... that in 2017, Sofía Gómez broke the CMAS Constant Weight Bi-Fins freediving world record, and then broke her own record two days later?