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#1. What part of the plant Crocus sativus does the spice saffron come from?
Saffron spice is the stigma and styles of the saffron flower.
#2. What space region are the dwarf planets Pluto, Haumea and Makemake part of?
The Kuiper belt is a bit like the asteroid belt, but it’s just outside the orbit of Neptune, rather than between Mars and Jupiter.
#3. In a human body, what organ is the appendix typically a part of?
The appendix is part of the intestines, found near the junction between the small and large intestines.
#4. Which of the following elements is a part of all steels?
Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon, and sometimes other elements.
#5. Which simple machine has a fulcrum?
The fulcrum is the pivot or hinging part of a lever.
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