Wikipedia:Did you know
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"...that in the past, Lumajang Station was a fairly busy crossing station serving nearly 300,000 passengers per year and transporting more than 23 thousand tons of goods between 1950-1953?"
"...that in addition to being the main source of fish, capture fisheries are also the main source of protein found in the wild in human nutrition? Other sources of protein are obtained from cultivation."
"...that it is a mitzvah ('God's commandment') for every Jewish man to write or ask him to write a Sefer Torah?"
"...that shark fins are harvested by cutting the fins while the sharks are still alive?"this month
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DecemberSee also: Wikipedia:The Did You Know System (proposed since 2012)