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50 Insane Facts About Plants
You can be sure that you will appreciate the wild nature of plants more. This infographic must be your guide in understanding the nature of wild plants.
50 Insane Facts about Ireland [Infographic]
When we think of Ireland we see it as a land of beautiful countryside, a people with a passion for sport and as the fictitious world inhabited by leprechauns of nursery tales. But a darker side of story books may have its roots in Ireland. Bram Stoker was actually born in Ireland and raised in Dublin, and had never even been to Eastern Europe in his life. One historian believes he used the legend of an Irish wizard and chieftain who was said to be a vampire king as the basis for his story of Dracula. Ireland is also known for its cuisine, its whiskey and of course for Guinness! Surprisingly though it is the fourth largest consumer of beer in the world, Ireland is the biggest tea-drinking nation, with 1,184 cups of tea drunk by the average person every year. For more amazing facts about the Emerald Isle, why not read our infographic!
Is It Hard To Keep The House Clean?
No, it isn't. This infographic tells you why.
7 Surprising Facts About Australians
We would like to show the world a few non-popular facts about aussies' lifestyle. All the design work and research have been done by professional rug cleaning company Paul's Carpet Cleaning Perth.
Most Recycled Metal In The World [Infographic]
Although it is not known who produced the first steel, since 200 BC many cultures have produced steel in one form or another. A British inventor, Henry Bessemer, is generally credited with the invention of the first technique to mass produce steel in the mid 1850s. Steel is the world's most recycled material and its properties remain unchanged no matter how many times the steel is recycled. Our infographic has been produced to show how steel is recycled, starting with the actual collection of the recovered materials being melted in a furnace, to being remoulded, used and then being collected for recycling.
The beauty of the Orchid by City Garden
The Orchid is very pretty when you don't have it at your place. People, who take care of an Orchid, know about its fickle nature.
What the United States would look like if ..
The United States redrawn as 50 states with equal population. Shared from infogra.me app for iOS: http://www.infogra.me/iphone
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