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Fun Facts
The traditional cornucopia was a curved goat's horn filled to brim with fruits and grains. According to Greek legend, Amalthea (a goat) broke one of her horns and offered it to Greek God Zeus as a sign of reverence. As a sign of gratitude, Zeus later set the goat's image in the sky also known as constellation Capricorn. Cornucopia is the most common symbol of a harvest festival. A Horn shaped container, it is filled with abundance of the Earth's harvest. It is also known as the 'horn of plenty'.
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To help minimize your risk of contracting Zika virus, use a personal insect repellent when you're outside, especially at dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active. To reduce mosquito breeding around your home, eliminate standing water in flower pots, bird baths and gutters, and avoid over-watering your lawn. Inspect the screens on your windows and repair them if needed.
 
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