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Random information on the term “Grouse”:

Dendragapus falcipennis

The Siberian grouse (Falcipennis falcipennis) is a medium-sized grouse.

It is very similar to the North American spruce grouse, to which it is closely related.[citation needed]

The Siberian grouse mostly occurs in forests of spruce, fir, larch and pine. Its range is far eastern Russia, and a small population formerly inhabited the far northeast of China, where they are probably now extinct.

Siberian grouse is classified as Globally Near Threatened by Birdlife International due to loss of habitat caused by increased exploitation of forests and forest fires. Conservation efforts are essential to reduce the risk to this species.

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Random information on the term “CARP”:

USS F-1 (SS-20) was an F-class submarine. She was named Carp when her keel was laid down by Union Iron Works of San Francisco, California, making her the first ship of the United States Navy named for the carp. She was launched on 6 September 1911 sponsored by Ms. J. Tynan, renamed F-1 on 17 November 1911, and commissioned on 19 June 1912, Lieutenant, Junior Grade J.B. Howell in command.

Assigned to the First Submarine Group, Pacific Torpedo Flotilla, F-1 operated in the San Francisco, California area on trials and tests through 11 January 1913, when she joined the flotilla for training at sea between San Diego, California and San Pedro, California, then in San Diego Harbor.

In late 1912, the boat — which then held the world’s deep diving record, descending to 283 ft (86 m) — slipped her mooring at Port Watsonville in Monterey Bay, California, and grounded on a nearby beach. While most of the crew of 17 safely evacuated, two men died in the incident.

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