The popularity of the llama just seemingly sprung upon us overnight. Now merchandise sporting these fluffy balls of cuteness have marched their way into our stores everywhere. But, there’s more to llamas than cuddles and Instagrammable photo ops. Check out these 11 likable llama facts.
July is the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar. Like all other months, July has a pretty storied history, so let's take a look at the origins of the month, the interesting observances it has, and some significant points in history which happened to fall in July!
Nicknamed the “Sunshine state”, Florida was the 27th state to join the United States of America on March 3, 1845. It has a population of 21.3 million people, making it the 3rd most populous state. Let’s take a closer look at what really makes Florida the place it is today.
The rainbow trout was first identified and named by Europeans in 1792 thanks to the German naturalist Johan Julius Walbaum. Rainbow trout are perfect for both eating and sport, but there’s much more to this fish than meets the eye. Let’s take a closer look.
Climate change has been the big debate over the last few decades. Now, we're at the point where we have to stop debating, and start acting. Next time you have a discussion with a friend about this topic, keep these myth-debunking facts in your pocket!
Velociraptors were small to medium sized dinosaurs that lived between 75-71 million years ago. With 26 razor sharp teeth and the ability to travel at high speeds we should be glad they aren’t around today. Let’s take a look at what scientists know about this incredible dinosaur so far.
June is the 6th month of the Gregorian calendar. It represents the longest days of sunlight for those in the northern hemisphere and the shortest for those in the southern hemisphere. Let’s delve deeper and see what makes June so special with these 20 juicy facts.
Fridge magnets come in all kinds of shapes, colors and sizes. Some of us love to cover our fridge in magnets we've collected on our travels around the world, while others like to write messages with letter magnets. But what are magnets? and when did fridge magnets become popular? Let's find out.
Arizona, home to the Grand Canyon, is the 48th State of America. With a population of 7.2 million people it is the 14th most populous state. Find out more through these 15 astonishing facts about Arizona.
Like any month, May has its share of exciting events and historical happenings! Interestingly enough, a President has never died in the month of May. Find out more unique facts about the fifth month of they year!
Otters are the dogs of the water world, so it’s no small wonder that we humans have such affection for them. They’re cute, they’re fuzzy, and easily photogenic! These cute critters have some interesting skills and habits to learn about!
At the far reaches of our solar system lies the ice giant Neptune. Neptune has 13 known moons, the largest of which is Triton. Not only is Triton Neptune’s largest moon, it’s the 7th largest moon and the 16th largest known object within our solar system!