The human nose can detect about 1 trillion smells.
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Bees make honey by regurgitating digested nectar into honeycomb cells and then fanning it with their wings.
The first dinosaur to be formally named was the Megalosaurus, back in 1824.
Many people raise guinea fowls for their eggs, which are higher in
protein than regular chicken eggs as they are thicker with more yolk
than egg white.
In Ancient Egypt, when a person’s house cat passed away, the owner would shave their eyebrows to reflect their grief.
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.
Jamaica is the Caribbean's biggest english speaking island. Although english is the national language, most individuals talk Patois, an English Creole with powerful impacts from West Africa.
Donkeys and horses are often crossbred. The baby of a female horse and a male donkey is known as Mule.