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January 13, 2014. Which native group lived in central Mexico during the 1200’s AD? Which native group was conquered by Francisco Pizzarro ? Which native group disappeared from the Yucatan Peninsula without explanation?. Today's Reason to Celebrate January 13, 2014 is

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january 13 2014

January 13, 2014

Which native group lived in central Mexico during the 1200’s AD?

Which native group was conquered by Francisco Pizzarro?

Which native group disappeared from the Yucatan Peninsula without explanation?

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Today's Reason to Celebrate

  • January 13, 2014 is
  • National Rubber Ducky Day
    • Today is National Rubber Ducky Day! In 1970, Jim Henson performed the song “Rubber Duckie” as Ernie on Sesame Street, and the rubber duck bath toy has been an iconic American symbol ever since. Rubber ducks have been around since the rise of the rubber industry in the late 1800s, but no one knows their exact origin.
    • Did you know that in January of 1992, a shipment of 29,000 rubber duckies fell off a cargo ship in the Pacific Ocean? By 2007, the “Friendly Floatees” had traveled 17,000 miles around the world on the ocean currents. Some are still afloat today! Over the years, people reported sightings in Indonesia, Australia, South America, the Bering Straight, the Arctic, and (eventually) the Atlantic Ocean.
    • Happy Rubber Ducky Day!