Where is merengue originally from?

Answer The musical style merengue originated in the Dominican Republic in the 19th century. The "father of meringue," Dominican accordion-player Nico Lora, who lived from 1880 to 1971, wrote thousands of... Read More »

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Where are hamsters originally from?

The rodents typically referred to as hamsters actually make up 18 different species with different native geographic distributions. All species of hamsters originate from either Europe or Asia. The... Read More »

Where did walnuts come from originally?

Walnuts originate from walnut trees (such as the Black Walnut), in the Juglans family. Walnut trees have pinnate leaves and hard shell-encased fruit, which when cracked open yield walnuts.

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Where are zebra mussels originally from?

Zebra mussels, scientifically known as Dreissena polymorpha, originated in Eastern Europe, according to the Gulf of Maine Aquarium. They then spread to the Great Lakes area, probably by clinging to... Read More »