Bees recognizing faces
Bees have been found to be capable of recognizing and distinguishing between faces, both of humans and other bees.
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The number of rum shops per square mile is one of the largest in Jamaica (shocking to a number of rum visitors).
Certain frogs can jump up to 20 times their own body length in a single leap.
Guinea fowl eats different types of worms, insects, reptiles, spiders,
berries, seed, tubers, roots and grains. It can survive prolonged period
of time without water.
The smallest known asteroid, 1991 BA, is only 6 meters (20 feet) across.
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece.
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!
Ninety-eight percent of adoptions that take place in Japan are of male
adults, so family businesses can stay within those families.
Although asteroids are believed to be smaller objects, scientists
believe that there are nearing 200 asteroids that are known to be larger
than 100 km in diameter.