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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Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world.
The first cow to fly in an airplane was Elm Farm Olliein
February 1930. (Incidentally also the first cow to be milked on an airplane.)
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Gathering nectar and pollen from flowers, collecting water and a sticky
substance called propolis.
Approximately 17.5 million people visit Greece each year, more than the country’s population.
Honey bees have 170 odorant receptors, compared with only 62 in fruit flies and 79 in mosquitoes.
The first cartoon cat was Felix the Cat in 1919. In 1940, Tom and Jerry
starred in the first theatrical cartoon “Puss Gets the Boot.”
Rome was founded in 753BC by its first king, Romulus. It grew into a rich and powerful city during the next few hundred years.
In 2006, a Coca-Cola employee offered to sell Coca-Cola secrets to Pepsi. Pepsi responded by notifying Coca-Cola.