What do you know about natural disasters? What Are Natural Disasters? Natural disasters are extreme, sudden events caused by environmental factors that injure people and damage property. Earthquakes, windstorms, floods, and diseases all strike anywhere on earth, often without warning. Natural disasters such as flood, fire, tornado, earthquake, tsunamis are becoming more and more frequent
The Magpie Read about the magpie and its nest. This bird lives in many countries; but not in those that are very cold or very warm. It is about eighteen inches long. Its head, neck and breast are black, but the under parts are snow-white. Its bill is strong; its tail is very long. It
World Water Day 22 March, draws attention to the essential role of water in our lives, the difficulties people face in getting it and solutions to these problems. Before reading Vocabulary List underprivileged - малозабезпечені sanitation - санітарія hygiene - гігієна to displace - витісняти scarce - дефіцитний scarcity - дефіцит, нестача vulnerable - вразливий
Here you will find interesting facts about water. Water is vital. We need water to stay alive. There is the same amount of water on Earth as there was when the Earth was formed. The water from your faucet could contain molecules that dinosaurs drank. Water is composed of two elements, Hydrogen and Oxygen. 2
Tulips Signal Spring Arrival Here you may find lots of fun facts about tulips. Tulips can be divided into about 150 various species, but there are more than 3,000 naturally occurring and genetically cultivated varieties of the flower worldwide. The word tulip is derived from a Persian word called delband, which means turban. It is generally believed
Read lots of interesting facts about kiwi, which is New Zealand national bird. Kiwi, the Country's Symbol The small, isolated island of New Zealand is home to many unusual animals, including the kiwi. These small birds are the national bird of New Zealand and this is the only place in the world you’ll find them, outside
Groundhog Facts They may live in the ground, but they’re certainly not hogs. They’re rodents. Members of a class of ground squirrels called marmots (Marmota Monax), and the largest members of the squirrel family. They are giant squirrels. Groundhogs are also known as whistle pigs (because they alert their colonies to threats by whistling), land beavers
One of Britain's favourite topics of conversation is the weather. English weather is talked about by the English a lot. Talking about the weather accounts for more casual conversations than any other topic, and there is no other way to ‘break the ice’ than mentioning something about the forecast! It can change at any moment.
Would You Like to Know Some Interesting Facts About Bald Eagles? Bogdan's Project "Let Me Tell You About Bald Eagles" The bald eagle, with its snowy-feathered (not bald) head and white tail, is the proud national bird symbol of the United States Quick Facts Bald eagles are North American birds. Their range extends from the
Whould you like to know some funny facts about squirrels? Veronika has found some interesting facts about squirrels. Watch her presentation and it would be great if you leave your comment on her work. You are welcome to add some more facts about these funny animals.