Amazing Tibet Facts


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1. Tibetans say hello by sticking their tongues out at each other.

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2. In Tibet it is considered good manners to stick out your tongue at someone.

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3. The most expensive dog in the world is the Tibetan Mastiff – Some sell for $2 million.

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