"Kemo Sabe" reportedly means "soggy shrub" in Navajo.
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American Indians were cultivating strawberries in 1643. They crushed the strawberries into a mortar, mixing them with meal to make a strawberry bread.
King Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, miscarried during her fourth month of pregnancy. She did produce Henry an illegitimate daughter, Elizabeth (born before they were married), who would rule England for 45 years.
The Hope diamond was acquired by King Louis XIV in 1668. It was worn 120 years later by Marie Antoinette and it now resides in the Smithsonian Institution. This beautiful natural blue diamond weighs 44.5 carats today.
Seals can withstand water pressure of up to 850 pounds per square inch.
Ostriches are such fast runners, they can outrun a horse. Male ostriches can roar like a lion.
In Australia, the Number 1 topping for pizza is eggs. In Chile, the favorite topping is mussels and clams. In the United States, it's pepperoni.