Apple – they float because of their high volume of air. If an item is denser than water, it will sink – o
Mars – with a height of about 13.6 miles, Olympus Mons is about two and a half times Mount Everest’s height above sea level, making him the tallest planetary mountain.
Hooded Seals – found only in the central and western North Atlantic, their pups are usually around 1 meter (3 ft 3 in) long at birth and weigh about 24 kilograms (53 lb).
Nursing the baby only lasts around four days, the shortest lactation period of any mammal, a period during which the pup doubles in size, gaining around 7 kilograms per day. This is possible thanks to the high-fat content of the milk they drink, which is around 60%.
Honey – when excavating ancient Egyptian tombs, archaeologists found pots of honey thousands of years old, and still edible. As long as the container is sealed, raw honey will never spoil. Although it never truly expires, honey can crystallize or granulate but is still safe to consume.
Fun fact: the oldest jar of honey was found in the tomb of a noblewoman in Georgia. As far as archaeologists have found, this is considered the world’s oldest honey – about 5,500 years old.
Sirius – also known as the Dog Star or Sirius A, Sirius is the brightest star in Earth’s night sky. The star is outshone only by several planets and the International Space Station.
Graveyards are attached to churches while cemeteries are stand-alone.
Adrien Brody – aged 29, Adrien won an Oscar for playing the role of Roman Polanski in The Pianist (2002), making him the youngest actor to win in that category.
Lighthouse of Alexandria – it was toppled by earthquakes in the early 14th century and its ruined stones were carried off by the late 15th century.