Fun Facts about Rivers

Rivers usually start as a snow or a glacier melting from mountains. The water will be carried downhill because of gravity and after millions of years, the water has created a path which is then called – river.
Check out these interesting and fun facts about rivers. The famous rivers, events, recreational activities and other trivia will be introduced here.

The Nile river has a length of about 6650 kilometers which makes …

10 Countries with the Highest Population

Find out the 10 countries with the highest population. These population statistics are taken from 2020 and are the latest one. Check out in which your country ranks and at the same time learn about population.
If in terms of population, the largest country in the world is China followed by India. These two countries are already having a population of over a billion. United States comes in 3rd rank with about 325 million …

All About Volcanoes

Volcano is a mountain that has an opening downward to a pool of molten rock called magma. It is where molten rock and gas erupts through the surface of the earth.
Magma, Volcanic Eruptions, Lava Flows, Volcanic Gases and volcanoes beyond Earth are gathered in this part. Here are fun, strange and interesting facts about volcanoes.

Vulcan, the Roman god of fire, is where the word volcano originally comes from.
Over …

Fun Facts About the Earth

Earth is our very own world. It is the only planet where life exists. How fascinating isn’t it? But beyond that, how much do we know about our planet Earth?
Here, we have gathered some interesting Earth facts to help your kid learn along the way. Read on and know some things about the planet we call our home.

Earth is known to be around 4.5 billion years old.
Earth is the 3rd planet from the sun. Its …

Fun Facts About Flags of the World

There are many different flags around the world but there are at least similarities on them. List your questions and try finding the answers below.
World Flags Universal Symbols
There are symbols that are most used in flags which sometimes has unique meaning for them but, there are also symbols that are universal hence they carry the same meaning everywhere.

Sun – Symbolizes unity and energy
Moon – …