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The most common juniper species in the northern hemisphere. This video is about its uses and its healing properties.
In archaeology, excavation is the exposure, processing and recording of archaeological finds.
A plant originating from the Caucasus region, grown for its aromatic fruit.
Montenegro is situated on the western part of the Balkan Peninsula. Its population barely exceeds 600 thousand. It declared independence from Serbia in 2006.
Balloons filled with gases lighter than air will rise. This principle is used both for entertaining as well as for travelling purposes.
A backwater is a part of a river in which there is little or no current. Backwaters also provide opportunities for leisure activities such as canoeing and...
Rhinos’ primary characteristic is the horn at the front of their skull, which they use for attacking and defensive purposes.
99% of the common chimpanzee's genome is identical to that of humans, yet this 1% difference matters a great deal.
Forests are probably the most complex ecosystems of the Earth where you can find woody and soft stem plants, mosses as well as fungi.
This little animal has the annoying habit of raiding waste containers and scattering rubbish all over the place.
Let's find out more about this tiny country in Central Europe called Slovakia. This state in the Carpathians is the home of a great many historic sites and...
The raw material of porcelain is kaolin, which is mixed with other substances, most often feldspar and clay.
Basketry or basket weaving is the process of weaving pliable materials into a basket or other similar form.
Medieval castles had strategic functions. The state they are in today tells us if they have been attacked during the course of history.
A spectacular optical illusion using a chain of closed rings.
Bauxite is a raw material in aluminium production. Watch this video to learn how the well-known silver-tone metal is produced from the red rock.
Wind turbines are built primarily at places where the wind is strong enough to rotate them to produce electricity. They are particularly popular in Denmark.
Examination of long, rectangular onion epidermal cells under the microscope at 100x magnification.
We will measure the height of this large cathedral with a set square and some mathematics.
It likes oak forests. It is easily recognisable by its chestnut coat with cream-coloured mottling.