Taiga is mainly covered by coniferous forests and, to a small extent, by deciduous forests.
Each saguaro fruit contains about 2000 seeds.
Thanks to Gertrude Stein, he also met the influential painters Picasso, Joan Miró, and Juan Gris.
Possession of drugs is punishable by death.
Brown recluse spiders lay eggs from May to July.
There are 30 species of clownfish. Twenty-nine belong to the Amphiprion genus and one to Premnas.
St. Petersburg changed its name three times.
Hemingway patrolled the waters along Cuba’s coast and the Gulf of Mexico between 1942 and 1944.
Tanganyika is the world's longest freshwater lake, it is 673 km (418 mi) long.
One of the most characteristic sights of Dalmatia is the tiny church of St. Nicholas, which stands on a hill near Nin.
Dali was the third Salvador in the family.
The novel "Emma" was published in 1816 in three volumes, with an added dedication to the Prince Regent.
Economic historians say that chia seeds may have been as important as corn as a food crop in those days.
Chia seeds reduce insulin resistance and stabilize blood sugar levels.
All clownfish are born males.
Kiwi’s egg is up to 20% of a female’s body weight.
The temple has been rediscovered in 1869 thanks to John Turtle Wood.