A meringue-based dessert, pavlova, was named after Anna.
In their natural habitat, Hyacinthine Macaws can live up to fifty and sometimes sixty years.
The Congo River runs through the second largest rainforests in the world—the Congo Rainforest.
Before 1875, tennis courts were hourglass-shaped.
Until the 19th century, Cerbera seeds were used in Madagascar during the ordeals.
There were only a few Arabian oryxes left, in zoos or in the private possession of Arab sheikhs.
A few weeks after Rasputin was assassinated, the Romanov dynasty was overthrown.
The elevators on the Eiffel Tower were not repaired until 1946.
The world’s strongest beer is 67.5% alcohol by volume.
It also has a positive effect on the eyes.
Nile hippos live in symbiosis with some birds.
They have several natural predators.
His mother Susannah died in 1818 at age 52, probably of an ulcer or stomach cancer.
Pumpkin has extensive culinary use.
Birds of paradise are members of the family Paradisaeidae of the order Passeriformes.
Some butterflies can travel up to 35 miles per hour.
There are no active volcanoes in Australia.
There is no hot dog without mustard.
Marbling of the meat begins to develop around 12 months of age.