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Horse Chestnuts Puzzle Details:

About: Today's puzzle features a bunch of horse chestnuts (Aesculus hippocastanum). The common name "horse chestnut" is reported as having originated from the erroneous belief that the tree was a kind of chestnut, together with the observation that eating the fruit cured horses of chest complaints despite this plant being poisonous to horses.
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