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Friday, June 19, 2020

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 1720

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36 comments:

  1. Today's facts are interesting indeed.

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  2. You mean azu ndu wey suppose enter soup pot is being operated on to remove tumor?

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    1. Azu fridge oπŸ˜„πŸ€£

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    2. Nah the same thing me sef think o.....oyibo sha

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    3. Guys please, don't talk like that! His name is George!!🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣...

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    4. Not All Fish can “enter pot”

      A lot of Ornament “pet fish” aren’t Edible .

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  3. Fact 1- wow! Technology on another level.
    Fact 2- Hahahaha so laughable. Oyibo no go kee person

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  4. Japanese are building bullet trains and its security for the common people.
    Nigerians are building bullets and insecurity for all.
    🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷🐷

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  5. Interesting and impressive fact, great use of knowledge @fact one I pray we get there soon.

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  6. Japanese are way ahead when it comes to technology that benefits humans.

    I remember when I first read about that Australian fish that was operated on few years ago, I thought the owners were crazy, but today, my thoughts are different and I think they did right saving their fish.

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    1. Hahahaha Ms.A don turn oyibo oh. I'm just wondering how the operation was carried out. Was it in water?

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    2. Lade Taylors.

      In the hospital while in admission.

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  7. Fact 2: Is that an Ordinary fish?
    Ajuju na ese okwu

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    1. @Chike, does it vomit gold? 😁😁

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    2. Not a Gold fish .

      Looks like Kemet or Khois

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  8. @Fact2
    Oyibo get time. Surgery on fish?
    Maka Chi they get time.

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  9. Amazing facts πŸ‘ πŸ‘Œ

    Wow @ fact 2 I wonder how much they paid to get the tumor removed πŸ€”

    Fact 1 I cannot wait for Nigeria to advance technologically.

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  10. Wow.... surgery for a fish😯😯
    Technology is bae😘😘

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  11. @fact1: Wow, interesting fact. Nigeria my country have a loooonnnnnnggggg way to go.

    @fact2: This is laughable, but I'm curious,is the goldfish still alive?

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  12. Fact 1: 2 hands up in the air for the Japanese.
    Fact 2: Another 2hands for the Vet.

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  13. That's how my friend called me from the states, he was sounding very worried because his dog has hypertension. Mschew

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    1. Hahahaha.Plix. Don't kill me with laughter. How did they even notice to take the dog to the vet.

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    2. Lol , Lade Taylor , same way you notice when an infant is sick . It’s not that hard

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  14. 🀣🀣🀣oyibo will not kill somebody,inukwa azu na tumor.

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  15. Fact one those guys are gooooodπŸ™Œ
    Fact two surgery for fish😡😡

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  16. Fact 1... so cool.
    Fact 2... good for them.

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  17. @ Fact 2, awwwww
    @ fact 1, respect

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  18. The vet surgeon is a real MVP- only those who love animals would understand what it means to be attached to a living thing that lights up your life. I used to hate the idea of walking a cat or having a reptile or fish as a pet but the way it gives their humans joy, I just let it be.

    Japan has always been ahead when it comes to technology and how this act of forward thinking helped to save LIVES and even property should further encourage scientists to look for ways they can solve problems and serve people. That's how you get a fat paycheck too😁.

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