A young, Native American woman with long black hair and a pink scarf smiles into the camera, with the blue ocean behind her. Visitors to North America can choose to visit various countries, depending upon the type of experience they are looking for.
Chocolate is a food made that is from the beans of cocoa trees. Learn about the two species of cocoa trees are native to Central America and the Amazon River basin in South America.
Digital image of a mallard, a wild, dabbling duck that is native to the Northern Hemisphere. This mallard duck is flying up out of the pond, surrounded by cat tails.
Corn cribs were first used by Native Americans, and they usually had slats in the walls to allow air to circulate. Slats or vent holes are used to this day to help the corn dry quickly.
The Kaffir Lily, or Clivia Miniata, is a perennial flower that is native to South Africa. Clivia Miniata has clumps of trumpet-shaped flowers and shiny green leaves.
Cattleya orchids come in 113 different varieties; they are native to Costa Rica and the rain forests of South America. These orchids are easy to care for, but they require a lot of humidity and indirect sunlight.
Antarctica currently hosts an ever-rotating group of scientists who study the unique and pristine environment there.However, Antarctica has no permanent residents and no native population.
A portrait of a young African boy, with a colorful cloth draped around his shoulders. Come explore the wonders of Africa, including the island groups, the desert, the Mediterranean Sea, and the rainforest regions.
After spending $7 million to fund a health clinic in his native North Carolina, Michael Jordan is opening up on philanthropy, paying college players and his newest nickname, 'Grandpa Mike.'
Daily Mail. Mon, 21 Oct 2019 14:25:16 GMT.
Irish writer James Joyce, who lived in Zurich during both world wars, died there in 1941 and was buried at the Fluntern cemetery. Now the officials in his hometown, Dublin, want his remains to be returned to his native city.
The Local. Fri, 18 Oct 2019 09:52:00 +0200.