Snapple Fact # 678

Siberian Tiger

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Snapple Fact # 678 unlike your housecat, The Siberian tiger actually loves to swim.

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Snapple Fact # 677

Autumn trees

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Snapple Fact # 677 A full-grown tree produces enough oxygen to support a family of four.

Snapple Fact # 676

Whooping Crane

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Snapple Fact # 676 At 5 feet, The whooping crane is The tallest bird in North America.

A guy is reading his paper when…

frying pan

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A guy is reading his paper when his wife walks up behind him and smacks him on the back of the head with a frying pan.

He asks, “What was that for?”

She says, “I found a piece of paper in your pocket with ‘Betty Sue’ written on it.”

He says, “Jeez, honey, remember last week when I went to the track? ‘Betty Sue’ was the name of the horse I went there to bet on.” She shrugs and walks away. Three days later he’s reading his paper when she walks up behind him and smacks him on the back of the head again with the frying pan.

He asks, “What was that for?”

She answers, “Your horse called.”

Snapple Fact #675

English: 香港山頂廣場 Category:The Peak Galleria Cat...

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Snapple Fact #675 Snapple helped fund the creation of the C.H.A.M.P.S. Sports & Fitness Program, benefiting more than 15,000 NYC Public School Middle Students.

Snapple Fact #674

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Snapple Fact #674 Snapple helped fund the creation of more than 138 new PSAL Teams.

Snapple Fact #673

The first Ferris wheel from the 1893 World Col...

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Snapple Fact #673 The first Ferris wheel was built in Atlantic City in 1869.