The smallest asteroid
The smallest known asteroid, 1991 BA, is only 6 meters (20 feet) across.
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Contrary to popular belief, pigs are actually clean animals. If they’re
given sufficient space, they will be careful not to soil the area where
they sleep or eat
Asteroids are rich in precious metals and other metals, as well as water.
Ancient Rome was eight times more densely populated than modern New York.
The largest Japanese population outside of Japan stands at 1.6 million people who live in Brazil.
The oldest surviving sources for information on the Greek gods are The Iliad
and The Odyssey
by the blind poet Homer.
One of the most favorite and beloved donkeys known around the world is Winnie-the-Pooh’s beloved friend Eeyore.
Female mosquitoes locate hosts by detecting emitted carbon dioxide,
lactic acid, octenol and body heat. In fact, a mosquito can sense
exhaled carbon dioxide from up to 75 feet away.
Cow milk can be good for you. It has a lot of nutrients including protein, calcium, vitamin D, B12, and potassium. Milk also supports healthy bones and teeth.