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See, Tyrande was slightly rude to the Nightborne once, which is why them swearing their lives and nation to a dead elf they've never met and participating in a world war against their cousins is both good and compelling writing. Probably

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Fall River, MA

LITERALLY LIZZIE BORDEN’S HOUSE:

“ Announcing the Maplecroft Mansion, a significant and historically important Queen Anne Victorian located in Fall Rivers’ Highlands District. The property was commissioned in 1889 by Charles Allen and sold to Lizzie Borden (and her sister Emma) in 1893 after her acquittal of the murder of her parents, a story and trial which engaged the nation. Ms. Borden lived in Maplecroft until her death on June 1, 1927. “

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For those of you who claim Cherokee and know you’re not, please note that the tribe will not hesitate to call you out!

Once an endangered species, the American alligator– like this one in the Ocala National Forest– now lives in freshwater swamps, marshes, and rivers across much of the southern United States, from North Carolina to Texas. While submerged underwater, the alligator’s ear and nostril flaps close and they activate a specialized third eyelid, known as a nictitating membrane, to safeguard their eyes.  With 74 to 80 conical teeth at the ready, the reptiles are able to take on any aquatic prey that comes their way.  Younger alligators generally start by feeding on shrimp and insects, but move on to snakes, frogs, fish, and mammals as they mature.

Learn more in the Museum’s Hall of Reptiles and Amphibians: https://goo.gl/VTybMX

Photo: Phil’s 1stPix (http://bit.ly/2eLvD1E)