Facts About Mount St Helens Eruption

Facts About Mount St Helens Eruption In 1980

January 1, 2019

March 18, 1980 marked the eruption of Mount St Helens, a symmetrical stratovolcano located in Skamania County, in the U.S. state of Washington. The eruption wasn’t anticipated but didn’t proceed in an unexpected manner. It led to the death of thousands of animals and about 50 people. Here are some interesting facts about Mount St […]

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Facts About Mountain Bluebird

Facts About Mountain Bluebirds

January 1, 2019

Length: 7.25 inches Wingspan: 14 inches Weight: 30 grams Known as Azulejo pálido in Spanish And Merlebleu azuré in French. It is also called the Arctic Blue-bird and Ultramarine Blue-bird. Its scientific name is Sialia currucoides. State bird of Nevada The mountain bluebird is the state bird of Nevada and was declared so in 1967. […]

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facts about the Greater Bilby

Facts About The Greater Bilby

December 31, 2018

The greater bilbies are marsupials native to Australia. They are also simply known as bilbies today because the “lesser bilby” became extinct. Here are some fun and interesting facts about the greater bilby. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Species: Lagotis Scientific name: Macrotis Lagotis Length: up to 55 centimetres Life Span: 3 to 5 years Diet: […]

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Fun Facts About Coffee

Fun Facts About Coffee

December 23, 2018

Coffee is the among the most widely preferred beverages in the world. There are many people in the world who can’t start their day without a cup of coffee. So here are some fantastic facts about coffee to make your day. 1. Coffee and cocaine appeal the same region of the brain. At the beginning […]

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Facts About Lake Titicaca In South America

December 20, 2018

Lake Titicaca is one of the most beautiful places in America. It located on the Andes mountain range between both Peru and Bolivia. Here are some cool facts on Titicaca Lake of South America that make it one of the most iconic places in the world. Surface area: 8,372 km2 Average depth: 107 m Max. […]

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facts about catacombs of paris

Facts About The Catacombs Of Paris

December 19, 2018

The Catacombs of Paris is an ossuary that developed at the end of the 18th century with the remains of as many as 6 million people. It contains the remains of all the cemeteries of Paris until 1860. It is one of the most interesting places in the world. Read on to know some awesome […]

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facts about lake maracaibo

Facts About Lake Maracaibo

December 18, 2018

Lake Maracaibo is a gigantic lake in Venezuela. It is recognized as the only freshwater lake in the world that has a direct and natural connection with the sea. Here are some amazing facts about Lake Maracaibo. Largest lake in Latin America It is located in Zulia state of Venezuela and covers an area of […]

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Facts About Alligator Snapping Turtle

Facts About Alligator Snapping Turtle

December 17, 2018

Alligator Snapping Turtle is one of the heaviest freshwater turtles in the world. Found in the United States, the turtle is named for its uniquely strong jaws, spring-like neck and its shell akin to the skin of an alligator. Here are some amazing facts about the alligator snapping turtle. Common Name: Alligator Snapping Turtle Scientific […]

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Facts About African Dwarf Frog

Facts About African Dwarf Frog

December 14, 2018

The African Dwarf Frog is a small-sized frog native to equatorial Africa. They are also commonly petted. Read on to know interesting African Dwarf Frog facts. Scientific name: Hymenochirus boettgeri Family: Pipidae Length: 7.5 centimeters Weight: 4 pounds Tank size needed‎: ‎25 liters or more Lifespan: 5 years, 20 years in captivity Small size African […]

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Facts About The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Unbelievable Facts About The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

December 12, 2018

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an accumulation of an estimated 80,000 metric tonnes of plastic in the Central North Pacific Ocean. Here are some unbelievable facts on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. First found in 1977 In July of 1977, Captain Charles J. Moore of USA was sailing 1,600 kilometers off the coast of […]

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