Saudi Arabia Facts For Kids

1. Saudi Arabia is the biggest nation in the Middle East. 
2. The nation is the biggest maker of oil on the planet. 
3. Saudi Arabia has Mecca and Medina the two holiest cities in the religion of Islam. 
4. Its capital is Riyadh. 
5. Arabic is the official language here. 
6. Most of the part of Saudi Arabia is desert and semi-desert. 
7. Saudi Arabia is the second biggest state in the Arab world after Algeria.
8. The Saudi riyal is the currency of Saudi Arabia. It is abbreviated as SAR (Saudi Arabian Riyal).
9. Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the world without a natural river. Saudi Arabia has little rainfall and very hot summers
10. Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Yemen  are Saudi Arabia's neighbor countries.
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10 Facts About United Kingdom

1. United Kingdom is a European territory that includes four countries England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.

2. England is the most populated country in the United Kingdom. England is bordered by Wales to the west and Scotland to the north.

3. Great Britain consists of England, Wales, and Scotland.

4. UK is located on two vast islands in the Atlantic Ocean. 

5. The only land border to a non-UK country is Ireland.

6. Northern Ireland is the smallest country of UK.

7. More than 80% of the UK population lives in urban areas the rest of the population lives in rural areas. 

8. In the 19th century, the United Kingdom became the most powerful nation in the world. It is still one of the strongest economies on Earth.

9. William Shakespeare is one of the most notable English writers who wrote masterpieces such as Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and Hamlet.

10. Football (soccer), cricket, and rugby are the most popular sport in England.

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10 Facts About Earthquake

1. Earthquake tremors happen when two large pieces of the Earth's surface suddenly slip. This generates waves to shake the surface of the earth or crust in the form of an earthquake.

2. The place where the earthquake starts, below the surface of the earth, is called the hypocenter.

3. The place above Hypocenters is called the epicenter. The earthquake will be the strongest at this point on the surface.

4. A device called seismograph is used to measure the size of the waves. The size of the waves is called the magnitude.

5. The powerful earthquakes in the ocean called Tsunami. A tsunami causes a chain of fast-moving waves. The waves can destroy houses and even inundate whole towns.

6.  The most massive quake at any point recorded on Earth was in Valdivia, Chile. It occurred in 1960. Its magnitude was 9.5 on the Richter scale. That is one amazingly enormous quake on the earth!

7. Most of the world's quakes occur in the Pacific Ocean close to Japan in a spot called the 'Ring of Fir…

10 Facts about Vertebrates

1. The vertebrates are living beings having a backbone within them.  

2. Fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals, including humans, are vertebrates.

3. Vertebrates are just 3% of the whole animal kingdom. The rest of the animals are invertebrates. 

4. All vertebrates have some essential attributes such as a backbone, skull, developed brain, and advanced nervous system.

5. Vertebrates can either be warm-blooded or cold-blooded. Cold-blooded vertebrates find it difficult to manage body temperature normal. While the body temperature of warm-blooded animals remains constant irrespective of weather. 

6. Fish are the most ancient known vertebrates. Fish step by step developed, or changed, into other land creatures.

7. Warm-blooded creatures or mammals are the most evolved vertebrate. Females feed their infant breast milk. 

8.  A completely submerged frog's respiration takes place through the skin. While fishes have gills for underwater breathing.

9. Mammals develop inside their mothers…

10 Grasshoppers Facts for kids

1. Grasshoppers are insects. Like any other insects, they have six legs, a head, thorax, and abdomen. Grasshoppers also have two antennae, two pairs of wings.

2. Their colors vary from one place to another place. They can be light green reddish or yellowish-brown.

3. Grasshoppers are protein-rich diet. It is eaten by a lot of people in Africa and South America.

4. Grasshoppers are threats to formers because they destroy the entire field. They come together in large swarms and eat leaves grasses and crops.

5. Grasshoppers and Crickets have similar body structures except Grasshoppers have smaller antennae.

6. Birds, frogs, spiders, lizards, etc. are predators of grasshoppers.

7. Grasshoppers get active during the day time. They are diurnal just opposite of nocturnal creatures.

8. Grasshoppers' average length is about 5 centimeters. While a few can grow up to 12 centimeters.

9. They can jump incredibly 20 times to their body length. Grasshoppers can bounce approximately 25cm high and roughly…

Lion The King Of Jungle

Lions are considered to be the most ferocious animals in the forest. Lions are powerful hunters. Therefore a lion is called the king of the forest.  Here you are going to find a few interesting things about the lion.

1. There was a time when the lions are on the verge of extinction. They are still kept under endangered species. Their hunting is a punishable offense.

2. They are protected in zoos. They are found naturally in the wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, India, and reserve forests in Africa.  

3.  Lions are recognized by their Manes. The mane starts growing when a lion ages around one year.  

4.  Lions are essentially carnivorous. An adult lion needs to have 7 to 8 kg of meat every day. Therefore, they hunt big animals zebras, deers,  buffaloes, etc.

5.  Lions are social animals. They live in groups called "pride".  In a Pride, there can be 10 to 30 members. A pride can accommodate 3 to 4 lions, several lionesses, and cubs. 

6.  Each pride has its own territory that may concea…

Europe Facts for Kids

Europe is a small continent in the area but it is counted among the top three most populated continents of the world. There are nearly fifty countries on the continent. Here are a few interesting facts about Europe.

1. Twenty-seven countries of Europe joined together to form the European Union (EU). 

2. The EU was created for political and economic cooperation among those Europian nations. 

3. All Europian countries are found in the northern hemisphere.

4. Europe is separated from North America by the Arctic Ocean. The Atlantic Ocean separates it from the western continent. The Mediterranean Sea mainly separates it from Africa.  

5. Russia, Ukraine, and France are the three big countries in Europe. Russia is so large that it has its presence in Asia as well.

6. Vatican City is the smallest nation in Europe as well as on the planet.

7. Moscow the capital of Russia is the most populous city in Europe. 

8. Istanbul is a transcontinental city. The city's west region belongs to Europe while th…