Get yourself WRAPPED up in these fascinating facts about Ancient Egyptian mummies.
Ancient Egyptian religion was what we call polytheistic (they worshipped many Gods instead of one God) and it had one of the largest number of Gods and Goddesses in the ancient world – over 2,000 of them!
Hieroglyphics were used by Ancient Egyptians as a form of writing. Instead of words, like we use today, they used pictures and symbols!
From the iconic Sahara Desert to the huge Gobi desert, in this post we explore 10 of the most famous deserts in the world.
The mixture of fresh water and salty sea water, found where rivers flow into the ocean, is called brackish water.
The word ‘Antarctica’ is derived from the Greek word ‘Antarkike’. It means ‘opposite to the north’ or ‘opposite to the Arctic.’
Discover the captivating history of dinosaurs with our timeline, unveiling the story of these magnificent creatures from their early beginnings to their dramatic end. Dive into the prehistoric world and explore the iconic dinosaurs that shaped the Mesozoic Era.
By definition, ‘water dinosaurs’ didn’t actually exist…! They are referred to as ‘marine’ or ‘aquatic’ reptiles.
From the small Compsognathus, made famous by the Jurassic Park movies, to the lumbering and long-necked Camarasaurus, there’s lots of interesting dinosaurs beginning with the letter C.
The shape of a hammerhead shark’s mallet like head also allows them to scan wider areas of the ocean floor in search of prey, acting almost like a radar.
Did you know that the markings on a whale shark are unique to each individual, just like our fingerprints?
The Great White Shark’s light grey upper body and all white lower half is known as ‘counter shading’, and helps when hiding from prey.