In 1932, the Australian Government fought the Great Emu War against 20,000 emus who were devastating crops – the Emus won!
Resourceful squirrels collect and dry wild mushrooms to create “jerky” to prepare for winter!
Nicknamed the Dr. Seuss House, the unfinished Goose Creek Tower is a 185-foot-tall home built by Phillip Weidner for his family.
The bright pink dragon millipede from Southeast Asia stores toxic cyanide in its glands and smells like almonds!
Unlike adults, babies can swallow and breathe at the same time.
A midden is an archaeological garbage pit that contains seeds, shells, bones or leaves – often left behind by rodents.
Native to Panama and tropical South America, the douroucouli is the only true nocturnal monkey!
Barra Airport in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is just a stretch of beach accessible only when the tide is out!
The state of Michigan is bigger than the entirety of Great Britain.
The word “overmorrow” is an obsolete term meaning “the day after tomorrow.”