The smallest bee
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.
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The Taino was the initial people of Jamaica. Once captured by Spain, slavery and illness have unfortunately made Taino desperately near extinction.
The Philippines is the world’s largest exporter of coconuts and tropical fruits, such as papaya and mangosteen.
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.
Because of their wide distribution through many types of habitats, ducks
have many predators. Some of these include hawks, coyotes, foxes,
raccoons and large fish.
Ducks are curious and friendly creatures they have been domesticated as
pets and farm animals for more than 500 years. All domestic ducks are
descended from either the Mallard or the Muscovy duck.
Brazil has one of the largest economies in the world and is one of the 77 founding members of the United Nations.
Japan is the largest automobile producer in the world.
There are two subspecies of African elephant: savanna or bush elephant (Loxodonta africana
) and forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis
Africa has the largest reserves of precious metals with over 40%
of the gold reserves, over 60% of the cobalt, and 90% of the platinum
The smallest known asteroid, 1991 BA, is only 6 meters (20 feet) across.