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Toucan’s live in Northern parts of South America, the Caribbean and Southern Mexico.
South America is the home of the toucan. The rainforest bird has over 40 species in their spectrum.
The toucans colorful brilliance is actually smartly designed camouflage for the rainforest, allowing them to hide amongst the South American plants.
There is an Underwater post office in Vanuatu, an island in the South Pacific.
The first cloned dogs, six Canadian Labradors, started to work for South Korea’s customs service as sniffers in 2009.
The poorest place in the U.S. is Allen, South Dakota, where 96% are Native American.
In the last 60 years, over 23,000 North Koreans have defected to South Korea. Only two South Koreans have gone to the North.
South Koreans drink twice as much alcohol as Russians.
South Africa is called the “Rainbow Nation” because it has 11 official languages.
In South Carolina, the maximum sentence for beating your dog is longer than the max sentence for beating your wife.
Graca Machel is the only woman to have been first lady of two separate countries: Mozambique and South Africa.
South Africans can legally attach flamethrowers to cars to repel carjackers.
The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be the first time a South American country has the right to host them.
Possessing Bibles, watching South Korean movies and distributing pornography may be punished with death in North Korea.
New York gets 15 times as much snow as the South Pole.
Nearly half the gold ever mined has come from one place: Witwatersrand, South Africa.
At their current birth rate, South Koreans will go extinct by 2750.
Brazil was the only independent South American country to send ground troops to fight in WW2, with over 25,000 soldiers.
South Korean soap operas are popular in Cuba.
There’s an Android App from South Africa to help calculate how many cows you have to give as dowry for a wife.