Florida Facts For Kids

1. Florida is a state located in the southeast region of the United States of America.

2. Tallahassee is the capital of Florida. It became the state capital in 1824.

3. Nick Names Of Florida
   a) The Sunshine State
   b) The Gulf State
   c) The Alligator State
   d) The Flower state
   e) The Peninsula State
   f) The Orange State

4. Florida is a famous tourist destination. There are so many places for kids such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando, Naval Aviation Museum, Clearwater Beach, Kennedy Space Center, and many more.

5. Florida is 3rd most populated state and 22nd largest state of the United State of America.

6. Florida is almost surrounded by water. Therefore, it is often called the Peninsula State.

7. Florida’s wildlife includes black bears, panthers, alligators, crocodiles, and snakes.

8. Florida is the place where more than 300 different trees species are found. 

9. Sugarcane, fishes, oranges, tomatoes, strawberries and phosphate are the chief natural resources found in Fl…

10 Facts About Adolf Hitler

1. Adolf Hitler was an infamous dictator of Germany. He was a powerful leader who ruled the country from 1933 to 1945.
2. Hitler perceived that Germans were destined to lead over different people groups. This prompted World War II. 
3. He believed that there was no spot in the public arena for Jewish people. This thought prompted the Holocaust, when a large number of Jews were slain.
4. Hitler was answerable for probably the most unpleasant wrongdoings perpetrated in mankind's history. Due to Hitler's blunder, more than 50 million died.
5. Adolf Hitler was born and brought up in Austria on April 20, 1889.
6.  In 1913 Hitler moved to Germany. At the point when World War I started in 1914, he joined the German armed forces.
7. After the war, Hitler joined politics.  In 1921 he became the chief leader of the Nazi Party.
8. During World War-2 Hitler shaped a coalition with the Axis Powers of Japan and Italy. 
9. Hitler's alliance was battling the war against the Allied Powers of Brita…

10 Desert Facts For Kids

1. Deserts are the driest places on the Earth.

2. Deserts cover more than 25% of the earth's land.

3. A very few species of plants and animals are found in deserts.

4. Water is scarcely found in deserts.  The dry spell of rainfall happens in such places.

5. The days in the deserts can be burning hot. On the contrary the night can be freezing cold.

6. There can be three types of deserts. Hot deserts, cold deserts, and coastal deserts.

7. Deserts can be covered by sand, rocks, or ice.

8. The largest hot, sandy and dry desert in the world is the Sahara Desert in Northern Africa.

9. Camel is called the "Ship of Desert" because it is the mean of transportation in dry sandy deserts. Camels can survive without water for a week.

10. In hot deserts, plants can store water in their stems. Desert trees' roots can grow up to 30 feet to discover water.

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10 Fossil Fuel Facts For Kids

Today petroleum products or fossil fuels are undoubtedly the chief sources of energy. Human beings are largely dependent on fossil fuels for their energy needs. Fossil fuels will no longer be available for future generations owing to the increasing demand for energy.

1. Fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal, and petroleum oil fulfill 80% of the world's energy needs.

2. Fossil fuels are unsustainable. It takes millions of years to form. After a period of time, the supply of petroleum products will be running out.

3. Fossil fuels formed naturally from the decomposition of buried dead plants and animals millions of years ago.

4. Fossil fuels are compounds of hydrogen and carbon (hydrocarbons). It provides energy when the bonds between carbon and hydrogen are broken through combustion.

5. Fossil fuels contribute a lot to the economy of a nation. 

6. Electricity is generated using fossil fuels. Coal is a prominent fuel for the generation of electricity.

7. Fossil fuels have great significanc…

Interesting Facts About Butterfly

Butterflies are one of the most beautiful and fascinating insects on the planet. The wings of different patterns make them beautiful and attractive. Kids are very fond of them. Therefore, they try to collect them for their pleasure. Read and get informed about a few interesting facts about butterflies.

1. The life of a butterfly completes in four different stages.
i)   Egg
ii)  Larva or Caterpillar
iii)  Pupa or Chrysalis
iv)  Adult Butterfly 

2. There are around 18,000 types of butterflies. Sadly, a few types of butterflies are on the verge of extinction, and some have gotten wiped out on the planet.

3. Apparently, it looks like they have a pair of wings. On the contrary, they have four wings.  

4. The most stunning aspect regarding butterflies is the manner by which they change from caterpillars to butterflies. This transformation is called metamorphosis. 

5. A few butterflies move over significant distances. The Monarch Butterfly can relocate more than 4000 kilometers from Mexico to North A…

10 Oceania and Australia facts for kids

1. Across the Pacific Ocean, there is a large number of islands. These islands are collectively known as Oceania.  
2. Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia are big parts of Oceania. 
3. Australia, New Zealand, and some surrounding islands are collectively known as Australasia.
4. There are 14 countries in the Oceania region. 
5. Australia is the biggest country in the Oceania region.
6. Australia was discovered in 1770 then it was defined as “Unknown Southern Land. Later it was named after Latin word australis.
7. Australia is the smallest continent in the world and the second least populated continent after Antarctica.
8. Australia declared an independent country on 1 January 1901. Commonwealth of Australia is its official name. 
9. The Commonwealth of Australia, New Zealand,  and Papua New Guinea are the three main independent countries in the Australia continent.
10. Oceania is situated on the southern side of the equator. This implies that days in December, January and February are hot and…

Mount Vesuvius is a famous volcano of all times.

Mount Vesuvius has always been a major attraction for geologists and historians. In this blog, we have collected 10 interesting facts about Mount Vesuvius.

1. Mount Vesuvius is located in the west of Italy near the coastal area.

2. Mount Vesuvius is one of the active volcanoes in Europe.

3. Its eruption happened over 200 times.

4. It has not erupted since March 1944.

5. Some of its eruptions were devastating. Its eruption played havoc in nearby cities Herculaneum and Pompeii in A.D. 79.

6. The height and its width changes after its eruption.

7. Mount Vesuvius is shaped out after breaking down of Mount Somma.

8. The region has two peaks Mount Vesuvius and Mount Somma.

9. The territory has been proclaimed as a national park on June 5, 1995, since then it has been a tourist attraction point.

10. Tourists are not permitted inside 200 meters of the summit point. 

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