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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #c112(10/3/2004)

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Nasir Jabucar, a coppersmith from Bosnia-Herzegovina, built a brass coffee pot that stands 5 feet, 6 inches tall and makes over 211 gallons of coffee!

The memory cards in most digital cameras are virtually indestructible. They can be trampled, dunked in soda or boiled and will still retain the digitally stored pictures!

Thomas Nilsen of Denmark caught a 419-pound halibut, the largest ever by rod. It took three men to get the 7 feet 9 inch fish in the boat!

< TASK > Answer the questions.

(1) What kind of coffee pot did Nasir build?

(2) Can the memory cards in most digital cameras be easily damaged?

(3) How many men were needed to get the halibut in the boat?

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