Filet mignon steaks are tender but not as flavorful as other steaks.
Helen Skelton traveled 2,010 miles through Brazil by kayak.
Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin were three world leaders during WWII.
The Hobbit was first published in 1937 by J.R.R. Tolkien.
A meteor is a chunk of material that plunges into Earth’s atmosphere, a meteoroid is a chunk of material that burns while still in space, and a meteorite is a smaller piece of material survives through the atmosphere and reaches the ground.
The American Professional Football Association was formed in 1920 and renamed National Football League in 1922.
A lake is defined as a body of water surrounded by land.
The world’s first billionaire was John D. Rockefeller, the oil tycoon in the U.S.
The fastest orbiting planet is Mercury.
Largest bonsai tree nursery is in Mississippi.
More than 1,000 nuclear test explosions happened in the Nevada deserts between 1951 and 1992.
The tallest railway station called Tanggula in Tibet is 16,627 feet/5,068 meters above sea level.