Polar Bears in Canada
Canada is home to nearly 60% of the world’s polar bears.
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There are iron meteorites and stony meteorites. Iron meteorites have a
typical composition of 91% iron, 8.5% nickel and 0.5% cobalt. Stony
meteorites on the other hand have 36% oxygen, 26% iron, 18% silicon, 14%
magnesium, 1.5% aluminum, 1.4% nickel and 1.3% calcium.
While asteroid impacts were more common in the past, they aren’t as frequent today.
China has the most domesticated pigs in the world! The United States is the second.
Donkeys are originally from desert areas of Middle East and Africa and
are anatomically well-equipped to survive in those conditions.
It’s a fact that a wild duck can live 20 years or more. The world record
is a Mallard Drake that lived to a ripe old age of 27 years. Domestic
ducks typically live 10-15 years or less in captivity.
In July 1977 was recorded a temperature of 48.0 °C in Athens . It was the highest temperature ever being recorded in Europe.
Abraham Lincoln was the first president who had a full beard.
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Bees love blue and love cluster plants like lavender and rosemary.
Guinea fowls have been known to spend hours watching themselves in the
reflection from glass patio doors. Some people put mirrors near where
they keep their guineas and love to watch them “watch themselves”.