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Snowflakes are pretty small, but that doesn't mean they aren't complex! How many water molecules does one flake contain?
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You may (or may not) know that lobsters are sometimes blue, but what are the chances of that happening?
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Do you know what country was the first to coin the term “bicycle”?
The Des Moines 'Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa'
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Abraham Lincoln had many talents other than politics. Do you know which sport he excelled at?
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Question: Alligators are quite the chompers! When they bite something how many pounds of force are created?
Florida - The Everglades
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Question: How did the popular sports drink, Gatorade, get it's name?
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This structure challenges America's history books... What does that mean? Click here to find out!
A mystifying stone structure still challenges America's history books. What unknown explorers built this architectural wonder? What compelling clues hint at the truth? You decide.
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Three flags from three nations fly over one spot. Can you guess why? Find out here!
Flags of the U.S., Mexico & Canada fly at the monument of the geographic center of North America in Rugby.
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This record has been surpassed, but 231 mph is pretty impressive! Click here to learn about wind velocity!
Battling life-threatening conditions, the crew of the Mt. Washington observatory measured, with an anemometer, the world record surface wind speed. How can this historical outpost record extremes rivaling those of polar regions and some of the most rugged places on earth?
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The oldest species of bird in the world is endangered? Unfortunately, they are. Click here to learn more about them.
The mysterious Mississippi Sandhill Crane belongs to the oldest existing species of bird on earth. Now only one flock remains. What clues to the puzzle of these peculiar birds can be observed in the Wet Pine Savanna of Southern Jackson County?
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Can you keep a secret? Glaciers sure can! Click here to see what we mean!
Once concealed beneath the last great ice sheets, the landscape of Maine tells a unique story of a past world unknown. What evidence of Ice Age marine life did the retreating glacier leave behind?
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Is Illinois close to the equator? Maybe not anymore, but it used to be! Click here to learn about Pangea!
Illinois once lay near the equator on the supercontinent of Pangea and was home to unique creatures. How did the strip mining of Illinois' coal deposits reveal the secret of the Tully Monster?
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SuperGraphics are colorful Artwork displays on the side of U-Haul trucks.
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Have you ever wondered about the graphics on U-Haul trucks? U-Haul SuperGraphics cover a wide range of little known facts. Science, history, astronomy and space, exploration, civil rights, botany, geology, vikings, aliens, lake monsters, giant mushrooms, fireflies, snakes, dinosaurs and fossils. 

Venture Across America and Canada graphics aren’t just eye catching pictures that U-Haul artists dream up and creatively place on vehicles. They are carefully researched rare findings, little-known facts and mysteries that exist throughout the United States and Canada.
Many of us think that we need to travel to distant and exotic lands to see such amazing discoveries. However, through careful, diligent research and skillful artistry, U-Haul brings new discoveries to our own backyards! 

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