Murray River Facts

The Murray River is Australia’s longest river at 2,508 km (1,558 mi) extent. It has five tributaries, including Australia’s next … Read more

Sundarbans Facts

Sundarbans covers an area of 140,000 hectares and is one of the largest mangrove forests in the world. The Bay … Read more

Savanna Facts

The Savanna is a type of grasslands biome with scattered trees and shrubs, rainy and dry seasons, and large herds … Read more

Tropical Climate Facts

South America, Africa, India, and Indonesia have tropical climates. Tropical wet climates have high rainfall and warm annual temperatures. Similarly, … Read more

Congo Rainforest Facts

Located in central Africa, the Congo rainforest contains one of the world’s longest rivers, the Congo River.  The rainforest is … Read more

Central America Facts

Central America is a region of the Americas containing seven countries, including the countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, … Read more

Tigris River Facts

The Tigris river flows from the Armenian Highlands through the Arabian and Syrian deserts and empties into the Persian Gulf. … Read more

French Flag Facts

The flag of France features three vertical bands of three colors: blue, white, and red, and was adopted after the … Read more

Lake Victoria Facts

Lake Victoria is located in eastern Africa, between Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. Lake Victoria is one of Africa’s Great Lakes … Read more

Yellow River Facts

The Yellow River (Huáng Hé) is China’s second-longest (after the Yangtze) and the world’s sixth-longest. The river flows into the … Read more

Rio Grande Facts

The Rio Grande is a major river in the southwest United States and northern Mexico. It flows from south-central Colorado … Read more

Pennsylvania Facts

William Penn founded Pennsylvania in 1681 Pennsylvania is one of the 13 original States It’s the birthplace of America liberty … Read more