|A giraffe's spots are like fingerprints: no two individual giraffes have exactly the same pattern.|
|Similar to fingerprints, everyone also has a unique tongue print.|
|Due to the structure of their mouths, the rhino cannot easily graze as compared to other animals.|
|Switzerland has more than 1500 lakes.|
(n.) no longer feeling any affection for someone you once loved.
|Baby Giraffes can stand within half an hour and after only 10 hours can actually run alongside their family.|
(adj.) Mentally or emotionally distant; absent minded.
|Although roses can come in a wide variety of colors, a black rose is not actually black. It is a very dark red.|
|The world's first paper money was created in China 1,400 years ago.|
|Sirimiri (n.) a light rain, a fine drizzle.|