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Nearly four dozen buildings in New York City have their own distinct ZIP code. It isn’t contingent, as you might assume, based on the size or population of a given building, but on delivery zones and routes instead.

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Many spider species will eat their own webs as a way to recoup the proteins used in the silk and cut down on the new resources required to spin the next web.

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ZIP codes, or Zone Improvement Plan codes, were introduced to the U.S. mail system in 1963 and were expanded to the ZIP+4 system in 1983.

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