Fidel Castro - the symbol of Cuba - died on November 26, 2016.
Over the years, theories have emerged questioning Shakespeare as the author of the works attributed to him.
It is among the most prone to earthquakes countries in the world.
A young platypus has molars that fall out as it begins to explore the environment outside the nest.
Most polar foxes do not survive the first year of their lives.
There is a submerged forest of petrified trees in 12 meters (40 feet) of water in Lake Huron, about three kilometers from Lexington's present shore.
Even before the arrival of Christian missionaries on Easter Island, Rapa Nui was the only language of Oceania that had a written form.
It reaches a top speed of 48 km/h.
Stingrays are solitary creatures.
Vanilla is used as a popular spice in the confectionery, food and perfume industries.
They undergo embryonic diapause.
Freshly hatched chicks are fully feathered.
Tiger sharks can reach a top speed of 56 km/h.
In the wind, the tower can bend 6 -7 centimeters sideways.
It is made up of 80% carbon, 10% hydrogen, and 10% oxygen.
Grace Hall-Hemingway followed the Victorian convention of not differentiating children’s clothing by gender.
The Golden Gate Bridge is constructed to withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8.
The hummingbird's tongue is made up of two tubes that branch, stretch, and expose lamellae that "catch" liquid food during feeding.
Most of the Kayans are Catholic.