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    Christ the Redeemer

    Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is the largest Art Deco statue in the world. It is the fifth largest Jesus statue in the world.
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    Between 1815 and 1822, Rio de Janeiro served as the Capital of Portuguese empire and is home to the exiled royal court of Portugal, which had been driven from the motherland by Napoleon.
    Peregrine falcons have been clocked at reaching speeds of 242 miles per hour while diving for prey, making them the fastest recorded animal ever. To allow them to reach such mindblowing speeds, these birds boast aerodynamic torsos and specially pointed wings, as well as adapted cardiovascular and respiratory systems that allow them to beat their wings up to four times per second without fatiguing.
    Crocodile's eyes are an engineering marvel: They can see all around, can track different targets, are retractable in battle, and can even see at night.
    Parrots taste with the roofs of their mouths
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    Helium is the only element that cannot be solidified by sufficient cooling at normal atmospheric pressure
    Only seven women hold the privilege of wearing white dress to meet the Pope – Queen Sofia of Spain, Queen Paola of Belgium, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Queen Letizia of Spain, Princess Marina of Naples and Princess Charlene of Monaco. All other ladies has to wear black outfits
    Elaine, Linda, Alice and 47 other baby names were banned by Saudi Arabia
    In 1704, Isaac Newton predicted that the world will end in 2060
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