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What Are Some Interesting Facts?

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Some interesting facts include that there have been 12 people that have walked on the moon. Buttermilk also doesn't contain any butter, which is interesting.
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The Lernaean Hydra was an ancient nameless serpent-like water beast that had nine heads and poisonous breath so virulent that even its tracks were deadly. The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Heracles as one of his Twelve Labors. ... More »
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The major fact about hydra is that it belongs to the phylum Colenterata. Hydra are commonly found in ponds, streams, lakes and fresh water masses. The hydra reproduces ...
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