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4 facts about canada

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1-A giant squid washed up in Canada in 1878 had a body that was 6 metres (20 feet) long with tentacles that measured up to 10.7 metres (35 feet) long.
2-The expression ‘once in a blue moon’ means that something hardly ever happens.A blue moon does happen occasionally, though – It happened in 1950 when a large wildfire in Canada sent soot high up into the sky making the moon look blue.
3-A field of fescue grass, which grows in Canada, looks like lots of little plants, but is really a single plant that’s hundreds of years old.
4-Tornado Alley is an area in the USA from central Texas to the border of Canada that has the perfect weather conditions for tornadoes.

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