Population in Africa 2050
By the year 2050, Africa’s population is set to double.
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A common urban legend is that a ducks quack does not echo. This has however, been proven to be false.
It’s a fact that a wild duck can live 20 years or more. The world record
is a Mallard Drake that lived to a ripe old age of 27 years. Domestic
ducks typically live 10-15 years or less in captivity.
There are an estimated 60 million horses in the world, combining wild and domesticated horses.
Cows do not produce milk until after they have given birth.
Anorexia is considered the most deadly mental illness because a high
number of people who struggle with the disease without treatment
Bee venom is used as a treatment for several ailments, including arthritis and high blood pressure.
The honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by man.
In Japan, cats are thought to have the power to turn into super spirits
when they die. This may be because according to the Buddhist religion,
the body of the cat is the temporary resting place of very spiritual
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