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Despite its widespread use in the plots of TV shows and movies alike, a chloroform soaked rag is a terrible way to render someone unconscious as it takes around five straight minutes of breathing chloroform in via a rag to knock someone out—not the mere seconds portrayed in TV shows and movies.

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The eulachon, a fish found in the Pacific Northwest, is a slender but very fatty fish known as the “candlefish” due to the way indigenous people would dry the fish and then burn them as a candle-like source of light.

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