🐕 Golden Retriever Facts for Kids

Enjoy fun facts about Golden Retriever. Check out the history, popularity, running speed, and much more information about the Golden Retriever. 🦮 Golden Retriever is the third most popular dog in America. 🦮 Golden Retriever dog first appeared at Crystal Palace show in England in 1908. 🦮 Golden Retrievers are gun dogs that trained as detection dogs to assist in search and rescue operations. 🦮 Golden Retrievers can reach a height of up to 61 cm (2 feet) and weigh as much as 34 kilograms (75 pounds). 🦮 The average life span for a Golden Retriever is around 10

20 Amazing Facts About Peru

Do you know, the world’s largest river Amazon River starts in the Andes of Peru near Machu Picchu. Do you know, the lost city of Machu Picchu located in Peru was voted as one of the seven wonders of the world. You will be surprised to know that more than 3,000 different varieties of Potatoes are grown in Peru. One of the popular phrases used by proud Peruvians is “Soy mas Peruano que la papa” (meaning I am more Peruvian than the potato). The World’s largest flying bird, The Giant Andean Condor can only be found in Peru. It

13 Fun Facts about Montana, USA

Do you know, Montana is the 4th largest state in size in the USA but has a very low population that it ranks 44th in population among the USA states. Do you know, Out of five entrances to Yellowstone National Park three are present in Montana only. Do you know, the name “Montana” comes from a Spanish word meaning mountainous and Montana has around 50 mountain ranges making it home for most mountain ranges in the USA. Montana has various nicknames like Big Sky Country and the Treasure State since it is rich in deposits of gold, silver, and

Surprising facts about Corn

Do you know, corn is also known by another name called “Maize” in many countries in the world. Maize word is derived from the Spanish word ‘Maiz’. An ear of corn has approximately 800 kernels which are placed in nearly 16 rows. You will be surprised to know that each cob of corn will always even number of rows on them. Corn is a cereal crop that belongs to the grass family in which an ear or cob of corn is part of the flower whereas the individual kernel is actually a seed. Do you know, corn is produced

10 Cool German Shepherd facts

Do you know the breed originated in German and was bred as sheepdog eventually became a reason behind its naming and it was named Deutscher Schäferhund by von Stephanitz, literally translating to “German Shepherd Dog”. USA President John F. Kennedy fond of pet dog & had a lovely pet German Shepherd Dog named Clipper. Do you heard about the most famous German Shepherd Dog Rin Tin Tin who was an international star in motion pictures. German Shepherds are very intelligent and often used as police, guard, and search and rescue dogs. They have the ability to quickly learn various

12 Surprising Facts About Chimpanzee

Do you know more than 98 percent of the genetic blueprints are shared by Chimpanzees with human beings. It is found in one research that Chimpanzees may eat certain plants for their medicinal value to treat upset stomachs, headaches, and infections. It is amazing that Chimpanzees can also walk upright on two feet like Human beings if they want to. Do you know Chimpanzees had knowledge and skills of using various kinds of stone tools since 4,300 years ago. Some tools made of sticks, rocks, grass, and leaves which include the use of sticks to retrieve termites from their

10 Amazing Unknown Facts About Niagara Fall

More than 12000 years ago, Niagara Falls was formed and became one of the most explorer destinations in the world. They are comprised of three Waterfalls, namely the smallest one the Bridal Veil Falls, the American Falls & the largest one the Horseshoe Falls. The first eyewitness painting of the Falls was painted with watercolor by Captain Thomas Davies, a British Army officer in 1762. On 29 March 1848, Falls stopped for about 40 hours due to an ice jam by freeze-up of the river. It is said that in 1912, American Falls was completely frozen but only two,

10 Amazing facts about Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States

Do you know Grand Canyon is not the deepest as well as the longest Canyon of the world. The Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon in Tibet is the deepest canyon with a depth of 18000 feet, making it more than 2 miles deeper than the Grand Canyon’s 6,093 feet. It is believed that Grand Canyon has about 1000 caves out of which only 335 are recorded and only one cave i.e, Cave of the Domes on Horseshoe Mesa is open to the public. Do you know there is only one town in Grand Canyon called Supai Village with a population

12 Amazing Facts about Japan

Do you know, Samurai were the ancient warriors of Japan, well known for their great fighting skills as a swordsman. They were experts in using weapons like the Katana, a sharp sword with a slight curve to it. Japanese engineers are known for producing a range of human-like robots such as ASIMO making japan a world leader in robotics and its technology. Some of the most well-known and innovative companies in different technological fields are from japan. Some of the leading companies are Toyota, Honda, Sony, Nintendo, Canon, Panasonic, Toshiba, and Sharp known for their quality product and robust

14 Amazing facts about Tokyo City Japan

 Do you know Tokyo was formerly known as “Edo”? In 1890 the name “Edo” was changed to “Tokyo”. Tokyo is the city of vending machines. Vending machines can be found almost every 12 meters and they consume about 3 % of japan’s total power consumption. Shinjuku station in Tokyo city is the largest and busiest railway station in the world having nearly an average of 3.70 million passengers daily visiting it. In the Shiba-Koen district of Minato Ward, there is a communications and observation tower called Tokyo Tower which gets painted manually every 5 years using almost 7500 gallons