Japan highest point
Mount Fuji is the highest point in Japan, which stands at 3,776 m.
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reflection from glass patio doors. Some people put mirrors near where
they keep their guineas and love to watch them “watch themselves”.
Ancient Greece's boys went to school at the age of 7 if they lived in Athens, or went to the barracks if they lived in Sparta.
The official name of Egypt is Junhuriyah Misr al-Arabiya, meaning "the Arab Republic of Egypt" in English.
The camel was not used regularly in Egypt until the very end of the
dynastic age. Instead, the Egyptians used donkeys as beasts of burden,
and boats as a highly convenient means of transport.
Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for over 160 million years, from the Triassic
period around 230 million years ago, through the Jurassic period and
until the end of the Cretaceous period around 65 million years ago.
Newborn piglets recognize their own names and even learn to run to their
mothers voices. This is because the mothers sing to their young while
they’re still nursing.
Cows gestation lasts the same amount of time as human pregnancy, nine months.
In 2009, a team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of agriculture announced that they’d successfully mapped the bovine genome. The results? Cattle have about 22,000 genes, and a whopping 80% of those are shared with humans. (Another 10% are shared with dogs and rodents.)
Bee venom is used as a treatment for several ailments, including arthritis and high blood pressure.
The bees buzz is the sound made by their wings which beat 11,400 times per minute.