There are 16,000 species. Most are solitary insects; only about 5 percent are social bees, the most common being the honeybee.
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Jamaica was claimed by Spain after Christopher Columbus landed there in 1494. It then came under English rule in 1655 before gaining independence in 1962.
Since 1900, the United Kingdom has lost 13 species of bees, and a further 35 are
considered under threat of extinction. None are protected by law. Across
Europe nearly 1 in 10 wild bee species face extinction.
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Newborn piglets recognize their own names and even learn to run to their
mothers voices. This is because the mothers sing to their young while
they’re still nursing.
Jamaica's flag is one of two in the world that don't share the colors of the American flag.
Vienna, the capital of Austria, is home to almost one-quarter of the entire population of the country.
The longest dinosaur was Argentinosaurus, which measured over 40 metres, as long as four fire engines. It was part of the Titanosaur group of dinosaurs. Its remains have been found in Argentina, South America.
Scientists believe that the event leading to the extinction may have
been a massive asteroid impact or huge volcanic activity. Events such as
these could have blocked out sunlight and significantly changed the