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Amount that insects add to the U.S. economy each year, according to one invertebrate advocacy group: $57,000,000,000

Sleeping deer and grazing cows generally align their bodies along the earth’s north–south magnetic axis.

A study found that the goods whose costs are most frequently searched online in South Africa are cows, and, in the United States, where a two-headed cow was born, the most common items are patents.

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