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Credit cards

In the twentieth century, the usual money began to change. In the 1970s, a magnetic stripe was applied to them, and in the late 1990s, chips were already embedded in these means of payment. Initially, the cards belonged to very rich people, allowing them to receive unlimited loans. At the same time, fraudsters appeared who use this.
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Finland

Finland is a state in the North of Europe, in the east it borders with Russia, in the north - with Norway, and in the north-west - with Sweden. The southern and western part of the state is washed by the Baltic Sea. The population of the country is about 5.5 million people, the capital is the city of Helsinki, which is home to 580 thousand.
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Kangaroo

Kangaroo (Macropodinae) is a subfamily of marsupial mammals. Distributed in Australia, on the islands of New Guinea, Tasmania, on the Bismarck archipelago. Most species are terrestrial forms; live on plains overgrown with dense tall grass and bushes. Some are adapted to climbing trees, while others live in rocky places.
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Coca Cola

Coca-Cola is a carbonated soft drink manufactured by the Coca-Cola Company. Few people have not heard of the drink & 34; Coca-Cola & 34;, invented on May 8, 1886 in Atlanta (Georgia, USA) by a pharmacist, a former US Army officer, John Stith Pemberton. The name for the drink, created from coca leaves (three parts) and cola nuts (one part), was coined by Frank Robinson, Pemberton's accountant.
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The most unusual snails

For most of us, snails are simply not of interest. It is the French who cook snails for food, knowing a lot about them, but snails have their own unusual varieties. Their talents are so unique that engineers even try to adopt some of the tricks. It turns out that gastropods have very curious skills.
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