Natural enemies of guinea fowls
Natural enemies of guinea fowls are wild cats, wolves, snakes, crocodiles and humans.
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time went on, both flowers and bees evolved to get better at pollination
and gathering nectar.
There are over 3,500 species of mosquitoes.
Between birth and death, the human body goes from having 300 bones, to just 206.
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Brazil is the largest country in South America, at 8.5 million square kilometers (3.2 million square miles).
An asteroid is known as a meteorite only when it crashes on Earth. When
this happens a fireball effect occurs that can be seen. The meteoroid
usually burns up well before it reaches the surface of our planet.
Ants have no ears, and some have no eyes! Ants “listen” by feeling vibrations from the ground through their feet, and blind ants use antennas to communicate!
They were one of the first civilizations to invent writing. They also used ink to write on paper called papyrus.
The world record for most women breastfeeding simultaneously was 3,541, set in Manila, Philippines, on May 4, 2006.
Cows are a big fan of a genuinely good rubdown just like dogs. They love being rubbed on their back, neck and head.