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|15 July 2017|
Did you know....
- ... that Gorgonia mariae (pictured) is one of several species of sea fans affected by a terrestrial fungal disease in the Gulf of Mexico?
- ... that Alfred Ezra learnt how to keep hummingbirds in captivity using baby food?
- ... that the Flag of Washington must show George Washington's profile facing the same direction on both sides, making it one of the most expensive U.S. state flags to produce?
- ... that Oxford Bibliographies Online has been called "an anti-Google"?
- ... that the white-necklaced partridge's forehead is white in one subspecies and chestnut in the other?
- ... that Richard Scott was a doctor who in 1963 became the world's first professor in general practice?
- ... that the short film Le Building was created as an opener for the Annecy International Animated Film Festival as the thesis project of five students of Gobelins?
- ... that Martin F. Scanlon was one of the Early Birds of Aviation?
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