The spiked dog collar
The spiked dog collar was invented by the Ancient Greeks to protect their dogs from wolf attacks.
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Egypt’s main exports include cotton, aluminum, food products and oil.
The oldest surviving sources for information on the Greek gods are The Iliad
and The Odyssey
by the blind poet Homer.
The scientific name for Giant Anteater is Myrmecophaga Tridactyla. This means “ant eating with three fingers”.
Africa has over 3,000 protected areas on land, 198 marine
protected areas, 50 biosphere reserves, and 80 wetland reserves.
Both the world’s tallest and largest land animals both come from Africa.
They are the Giraffe and African elephant.
African elephants are found throughout sub-Saharan Africa, where they typically live in plains, woodlands, and forests.
A worker bee can carry a load of nectar or pollen equal to 80% of her own body weight.
There are an estimated 60 million horses in the world, combining wild and domesticated horses.