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Hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus)
The Hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus)
uses its pig-like snout and large protrusible mouth to root around the bottom substrate for prey, hence its common name. All hogfish begin their lives as females, but dominant individuals can transform into fully functional males.
King Ferdinand
Ferdinand
Prince Ferdinand Viktor Albert Meinrad of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen became King of Romania upon the death of his uncle, Carol I. As king, he led Romania against the Central Powers in the latter years of World War I.
Carolina Charter
Carolina Charter
King Charles II of England owed an enormous debt to the men who helped restore the monarchy, so on March 24, 1663, he rewarded eight of them with a grant of land that included what is now North and South Carolina.
Official Symbols of New York
Official Symbols of New York
The apple muffin was made the Official State Baked Good in 1987 as a result of the efforts of students throughout New York State.
Dr. Benjamin Spock
Benjamin McLane Spock
was the author of The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care. In it, he ncouraged new mothers by telling them "Do what feels right for you, and you probably won't go wrong" and "Don't be afraid to trust your own common sense.''
Chester Gould
Chester Gould
spent many years drawing advertising art and minor comic strips before coming up with a strip featuring a crime fighter named Dick Tracy. One of the first strips to show the effects of violence on people, "Dick Tracy" eventually became a regular fixture of comics pages across the United States, as well as 27 foreign newspapers.

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