Honey bees don’t sleep
Honey bees don’t sleep. Instead, they spend their nights motionless, conserving energy for the next day’s activities.
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The smallest bee is a type of stingless worker bee that's about 2.1 mm
long. The largest bee is a type of leafcutter bee whose females can
reach 39 mm.
If you point your car keys to your head, it increases the remote’s signal range. This works by using your brain to act as a radio transmitter.
Athens is one of the most sunny cities of the World, a place where sun shines about 270 days per year.
Abraham Lincoln was the first to hold a patent and the first to be in an inaugural photograph.
Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for over 160 million years, from the Triassic
period around 230 million years ago, through the Jurassic period and
until the end of the Cretaceous period around 65 million years ago.
The number of rum shops per square mile is one of the largest in Jamaica (shocking to a number of rum visitors).
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.
A single strand of Spaghetti is called a "Spaghetto".
Guinea fowl are mentioned in Greek mythology. Meleagros was the son
of Oeneus, King of Calydon. According to legend, upon his death, his
sisters were transformed into guineafowl.