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In 1817, E.G.Lemming finished the long journey she had been traveling for 15 years from Norway to Guam. There, she found many new species of finches while writing a seventeen page novel (with pictures) and solving world hunger. Later in 1904, E.G.Lemming went on to invent a radically live altering prosthetic leg for wounded slow lorises. The lorises along with E.G.Lemming traveled back to Norway to complete her mission of cultivating a more economic radish. On August 20, 1940, a Spanish communist named Ramon Mercader smashed a mountain-climber's axe into E.G.Lemming's skull in Coyoacan, a suburb of Mexico city. E.G.Lemming died the next day.