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- ... that a swan sculpture (pictured) in Stapenhill Gardens, described by the park superintendent as a "monstrosity" after its construction in 1953, is now a town landmark?
- ... that Binod Chaudhary is the first Nepali to be listed on Forbes's billionaire list?
- ... that four of the fourteen astronauts in NASA Astronaut Group 3 were killed in training accidents before they had a chance to fly in space?
- ... that the oboist and composer Rolf Riehm taught music theory in Frankfurt from 1974 to 2000 and wrote an opera, Sirenen, for a 2014 premiere at the Oper Frankfurt?
- ... that during the 1924–25 season, Cardiff City F.C. became the first Welsh team to reach an FA Cup final?
- ... that Captain Henry Meintjes, a South African World War I flying ace, was shot in the wrist when far over enemy lines but still managed to bring his airplane back and land it safely?
- ... that the extinction of the Bramble Cay melomys was described as the first for a mammal species due to anthropogenic climate change?
- ... that when he graduated in medicine at the age of 24, James Fraser was already Sir James Fraser?