Feral camels roamed the American Southwest in the 19th century!
Discovered February 15, 2020, and named 2020 CD3, Earth has a tiny yet temporary moon trapped in its orbit!
On November 21, 2019, Max the Black Labrador got stuck behind the wheel of his owner’s car and drove it in reverse in circles for almost an hour!
In February 2019, Robert Greenfield of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, created a large portrait of the “Mona Lisa” in his backyard using snow and a shovel!
The wheelbarrow was developed in China as early as 100 BC – more than 1,000 years before the Europeans.
Calculus isn’t just math! Mineralized or calcified dental plaque is called calculus.
The chainsaw was invented to help in difficult childbirth – parts of the pelvis would be carved away.
Hippos secrete an oily, red substance that acts as a natural sunblock and antiseptic!
A baby puffin is called a puffling.
A study found that a LEGO® brick could survive in the ocean for up to 1,300 years.