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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #328(1/29/2004)

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< TASK 1 > Read the articles (1) to (3). And figure out which article they come from. Answer A, B, or C.

(1) "1907" A buscuit from Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1907 expedition to the South Pole was sold at an auction to Johnny Van Haeften of London, England, for $7,798!

(2) Katri Manni of Finland won a new car by sitting inside of it for 52 days and 15 hours nonstop!

(3) Michael Shafer, a graduate student at Michigan State University discovered the largest known prime number that is 6,320,430 digits long and would take 1,500 pages to write out!

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