Let us begin with some gyaan - The word ‘taboo’ was coined in the 18th century by James Cook, a British explorer. On his visit to a home in Tonga, Captain Cook asked the hosts (and cooks) of his meal, to sit beside him and dig into the scrumptiousness. They politely refused, saying it was ‘tabu’. Cook was later enlightened that the term meant ‘forbidden’, and thus, the word ‘taboo’ entered the English language.
20 July, 1969 was the day when Neil Armstrong, aboard Apollo 11, made history by planting his foot on the Moon. Apollo 11 aside, NASA also successfully launched several other spacecrafts to the Moon between the late 1960s and 1972, as part of the Apollo programme.
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Dinosaurs attract people of all age groups. We enjoy visiting dinosaur excavation site, reading about them or even watching movies and documentaries on dinosaurs.
Among the movies made on dinosaurs, the most popular ones and the most remembered ones are Jurassic Park and the animated movie, The Good Dinosaur.