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100 pounds: The cut-off weight for partying with Nicole Richie.

27 million: The cost in US dollars to build the Creation Museum, a natural history museum that has Adam and Eve frolicking among the dinosaurs, which opened its doors this week in Kentucky.

1,012,813: The number of phone numbers that have been placed on Australia’s national “Do Not Call” register which bans telemarketers from ringing as of today.

20,000: The number of daily sign-ups to the “Do Not Call” register.

70: The amount of calories saved on a “grande” latte by Starbucks’ decision yesterday to switch its default milk for coffees from full cream to low fat.

308.6 grams: The weight of the five cannibas plants cultivated by ”Queen of Pot” Allison Durbin

15: The percentage revenue increase expected for newspaper advertising in India this year, as reported this week.

117: The number of Indian dailies on offer at one popular New Delhi newsagency.

10 million: The average number of Chinese people who moved from rural to urban areas each year between 1980 and 2006.

3,200: The number of pairs of Dartford warblers in England. The bird, once one of the country’s rarest, has soared in numbers by 70% over the last 13 years, according to the UK bird survey released yesterday.

Peter Fray

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