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Fact Monster: Government, Groundhogs, and More

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February #3
1. He was the first black person to be elected to the U.S. Senate.; 2. Pennsylvania; 3. Thomas Jefferson; 4. late afternoon; 5. 32 teeth.

This Hunt's Questions
1. Hiram Revels is an important person in African-American history. Why is he so important?
2. One of the most famous groundhogs of all is Punxsutawney Phil. In which U.S. state does Phil live?
3. Today you can visit Monticello, the Virginia home designed more than 225 years ago by the third president of the United States. Who was that president?
4. At what time of day is the copperhead snake most active?
5. How many permanent teeth do most adults have?