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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #c58(6/27/2004)

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During the Mesozoic Era there were giant flightless insects... and a huge dragonfly meganeuropsis permiana that measured 2.5 feet!

A Mexican agave flower that has been at Glendurgan Gardens in Cornwell, England since the 1800s, bloomed for the very first time... then died!

"You look fine! Can I watch the game now?" A U.S. company sells an LCD television that doubles as a mirror when it's turned off!

< TASK > Answer the questions.

(1) How huge was the dragonfly?

(2) What did that flower do after it bloomed for the first time?

(3) What kind of an LCD television does the company sell?

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