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Gull

These birds, common along coasts, can be easily recognised by their voice.

Carrot

One of our most popular vegetables and an excellent source of vitamin A, essential for good eyesight.

Tomato

Tomato belongs in the nightshade family and is native to South and Central America. Tomatoes can be preserved or consumed raw.

Sweet pepper

A plant of American origin that can be eaten raw and cooked. It is also used as a condiment.

Sunflower

A popular crop of ploughlands. Its oil is widely used in cookery and has well known medicinal properties.

Pear

Its fruit that is similar to apple is one of the most popular fruit we have. Among the fruit species, it is probably the one that needs the largest amount...

Kiwi fruit

This fruit native to China has a fibrous brown skin and a yellow or green flesh. It is a rich source of vitamin C.

Sheep

An animal species kept as livestock by man, among the first to be domesticated for their fleece, milk and meat.

Onion

A video about the most cultivated species of the genus Allium, the common onion. Its pungent flavour and smell are caused by sulphur compounds.

Snail

The most eye-catching characteristic of snails is their shell that is in fact an exoskeleton made mostly of calcium carbonate.

Lemon

One of the main ingredients of the highly popular refreshment: the lemonade. As it is high in vitamin C, it helps us prevent catching colds.

Frog

Most species of frogs live near water, however some species have also adapted to extreme circumstances.

Horse chestnut

This popular tree is native to south-eastern Europe. In the autumn children love playing with its seeds.

Apple

A delicious fruit cultivated worldwide that is mostly eaten raw, but it also has various uses.

Vatican City

The smallest state in the world, with an area of barely 0.44 km2. The Papal State has a population of just over 800 people, most of whom are ecclesiastical...

Animals of the polar regions

A video about the mammals living in the cold climate zones of the Earth, like the polar bear, seals and penguins.

Ladybird

The seven-spot ladybird is probably the best-known of all the ladybirds. Its conspicuous pattern warns predators of the bug’s unpleasant taste.

Porcelain manufacture

The raw material of porcelain is kaolin, which is mixed with other substances, most often feldspar and clay.

Raccoon

This little animal has the annoying habit of raiding waste containers and scattering rubbish all over the place.

Forest

Forests are probably the most complex ecosystems of the Earth where you can find woody and soft stem plants, mosses as well as fungi.

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