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Strange Facts About Every US State ~ "A"

Starting a new series of the strangest facts about each one of the United States. 

I will start with these four “A” state questions for now.

Maybe I can start a series about your country when I am done with the US. 

We will see if anyone cares for this series first.

Click yes or no if you know these facts about the following states.

  • Question of

    Alabama – Huntsville, nicknamed Rocket City, is the home to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, not to mention a number of the great minds behind the first rocket launches. Did you know this one?

    • Yes
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    The town of Utqiagvik (also known as Barrow) is a place in Alaska where sunrises and sunsets are a little wonky. Because of its northerly position at the Arctic Circle, the northernmost town in Alaska goes 84 days without seeing a sunset. Did you know that?

    • Yes
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    Thousands of people tour the Grand Canyon each year, but most don’t realize that there are people who actually live inside it. The Native American Havasupai tribe inhabits Supai Village, deep in an arm of the Grand Canyon. Were you aware?

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  • Question of

    The notable Crater of Diamonds State Park in Pike County, Arkansas is the only currently active diamond mine in the United States. It is also where three of the largest diamonds ever found in the U.S. were sourced. Any idea bout this?

    • Yes

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    • I actually had to look that up Pam. Thanks for the question.

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