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Garrett Morgan's patent for a traffic signal

On November 20, 1923 Garrett Morgan was granted a patent for his traffic signal.

an ancient Greek theory of matter

An ancient Greek philosopher named Democritus suggested that all substance in the universe was made up of particles so minute that nothing smaller was possible. He regarded those particles (atoms) as unchangeable and indestructible, and as the only content of the universe besides the very space in which they existed.

North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis)

Built for an aquatic lifestyle, the North American River Otter (Lontra canadensis) has a long, streamlinded body, short, powerful limbs, and webbed feet. It will live just about anywhere there is a permanent food supply and easy access to water, whether it be freshwater or coastal marine habitat, warm or cold water, as long as it is pollution free.

Elsie the Cow

Created as a print advertising mascot for the Borden Dairy Company in 1936, Elsie the Cow had become so popular by 1939 that the majority of visitors to Borden's exhibit at the New York World's Fair wanted to know which of the 150 dairy cows in the company's herd was the real Elsie.

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