Light is responsible for much of the behaviour of various forms of life, yet is probably not something you’ll have given much thought to. Fortunately, this infographic sheds some light on the role light plays in nature.
When the time comes to decorate your home for the holiday season, it simply wouldn't be complete without mistletoe. While holly, ivy and poinsettia can often be seen at this time of year, mistletoe has its own special place over the front door.
Each year about a thousand tornadoes touch down on the ground in America, on average 800 more than any other country in the world! A tornado, also known as a
Who doesn't love a reason to be weird? Well 27th July is Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day, this is a crazy day where you walk your houseplants around,
It's a simple stereotype that everyone likes to receive roses at some point in their life. But did you know that the colour of roses have different meanings? There are
Since Christmas is upon us, here is a really awesome infographic which gives many interesting facts and statistics about Christmas trees. allinone.co.uk
If you have ever left your house before, you would have seen grass. Apart from cows eat it, what other facts are there to know about grass? There are over
These rare snow balls are formed in snowy weather with a precise combination of snow, ice, temperature, moisture and wind. They are normally found in certain parts of North America.
Snowflakes and snow crystals are basically the same, a crystal is one tiny bit of ice, snowflakes are many snow crystals stuck together. Check out the facts about snowflakes below!
A rainbow is a long ribbon of colours which are bent as an arc, which is formed by reflection and refraction of the sun's rays inside raindrops. The main colours