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Cherry farmers hire helicopters to blow dry their trees
Pilots are paid hundreds of dollars per day to stand by during the summer in case it rains and trees require emergency blow-drying. It may appear absurd, but it is worthwhile for farmers who grow the delicate, expensive fruit. The work is hazardous; pilots are frequently injured in orchard crashes.
There were five Japanese cities on the US’s initial atomic hit list and Nagasaki was not one of them
Mexico's presidential residence is 14 times larger than the White House and officially welcomed tourists in 2018.