Athnes olive tree
According to Greek mythology, the olive tree was given to Athens by the goddess Athena, and Greece is now the world’s third leading producer of olives.
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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.
In February 2013, another asteroid managed to enter earth’s atmosphere
over Russia’s Chelyabinsk city. It exploded in sky but sent out
shockwaves that caused quite some damage and injured 1,200 people.
Scientists say that the asteroid was nearly 65 feet wide.
Cows have no upper front teeth. They press their sharp bottom teeth against the top hard palate of their mouth to cut blades of grass.
Arabic is the official language of Egypt, and other languages known by some are English and French.
In order to protect themselves from poachers, African Elephants have been evolving without tusks, which unfortunately also hurts their species.
Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.
During winter, honey bees feed on the honey they collected during the
warmer months. They form a tight cluster in their hive to keep the queen
and themselves warm
Like Wolverine, the liver is the only organ that can completely
regenerate. As little as 25% of the original liver mass can regenerate
back to its full size.
In some extreme cases of anorexia, the victim is covered in lanugo, a
fine body hair, which grows due to the body compensating for a lack of
fat and muscle to regulate heat.
Mahatma Ghandi described a cow as "a poem of compassion", also stating that "I worship the cow and I shall defend its worship against the whole world".