Queen Elizabeth II is related to Vlad the Impaler, best known as Count Dracula.
In 1982, the area surrounding the volcano was declared as a National Volcanic Monument.
Mount Vesuvius is a stratovolcano.
Scientists do not know what could have caused the destruction of the Mohenjo-daro culture, which occurred around the middle of the second millennium B.C.
The Arabian oryx has the ability to detect rain and follow its direction.
There are only two pigments in hummingbird feathers - black and brown.
They obtain food mainly on land.
For medicinal purposes, nettle leaves are harvested before flowering, roots are dug up in fall or early spring, and the whole plant is used.
Females chose the same place they hatched as their nesting grounds.
The thorax of a housefly is dark gray and covered with darker stripes.
The average lifespan of a tiger shark is 27 years in the wild.
Rabbinic Judaism, also known as Talmudic Judaism, takes its name from the Talmud, a collection of rabbinic teachings, both in the form of a commentary on the Mishnah and a commentary on the Bible, written in the 5th-7th centuries.
It covers an area of approximately 1,6 million square kilometers.
Urushiol is an organic compound that causes an allergic reaction in most people.
It was introduced to central and northern Europe around the 7th century.
The Jordan River is a river in southwest Asia, the Middle East.