Donkeys in Britain
Believe it or not, since 2005, traveling donkeys in Britain have been required to have a passport.
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Coffee has been an important staple of Austrians since the Turks were forced to retreat in the 17th century and left behind an enormous amount of coffee beans. Coffee houses have become iconic as gathering places for shoppers, businessmen, students, and workers alike. The daily coffee break, known as “jause” usually takes place around 3 in the afternoon when cakes and pastries are also enjoyed.
Before bees bodies evolved to be specialized pollen collectors, other
insects, like beetles, pollinated flowers in much smaller numbers. As
time went on, both flowers and bees evolved to get better at pollination
and gathering nectar.
In 2015, scientists discovered a new dinosaur species. They nicknamed it
"Hellboy" because the stubby horns above its eyes looked like the comic
book character of the same name.
The Statue of Liberty is replicated in Brazil, (a copper statue to the individuals of the United States, a gift from the individuals of France).
Of the eight known species of giant clams in the world, seven are found in the Philippines.
Arabic is the official language of Egypt, and other languages known by some are English and French.
Africa is home to the world’s oldest desert, the Namib, which in turn is home to the highest dune on the planet, Dune 7.
The general population believes that anorexia isn’t a real disease. In
turn, people are afraid to ask for help because they feel ashamed or
don’t feel as though they’ll be taken seriously.
The oldest cow ever recorded was a Dremon named "Big Bertha" that died 3 months shy of her 49th birthday on New Years Eve, 1993. Big Bertha also holds the record for lifetime breeding as she produced 39 calves.
Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa measuring 26,560 square miles.