What kind of animal is a dingo?

The dingo (Canis lupus dingo) is a free-ranging dog found mainly in Australia. Its exact ancestry is debated, but dingoes are generally believed to be descended from semi-domesticated dogs from Asia or India, which returned to a wild lifestyle when introduced to Australia.

How much of Louisiana is below sea level?

Much of the state is below the 500 foot above sea level mark. The elevation range of Louisiana is from 5 feet below sea level at parts of New Orleans to 535 feet at Mount Driskill.

What are the 4 ‘Great Lakes’ in the US?

As the surfaces of Lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, and Erie are all approximately the same elevation above sea level, while Lake Ontario is significantly lower, and because the Niagara Escarpment precludes all natural navigation, the four upper lakes are commonly called the “upper great lakes”.

What are Ramses condoms named after?

The Ramses brand condom (a subsidiary of Durex) is named after the great pharoh Ramses II who fathered over 160 children. Similarly, Trojan condoms are named after the Trojan horse where the Greeks snuck into the city of Troy using a giant wooden horse.

How long is the Indy 500 track?

The Indianapolis 500 is held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a 2.5 mile oval circuit. The race consists of 200 laps, run counterclockwise around the circuit, for a distance of 500 miles. Since its inception in 1911, the race has always been scheduled on or around Memorial Day.

Is Greenland larger than Australia?

The Mercator projection portrays Greenland as larger than Australia; in actuality, Australia is more than three and a half times larger than Greenland. As on all map projections, shapes or sizes are distortions of the true layout of the Earth’s surface. The Mercator projection exaggerates areas far from the equator.

Where do pineapples grow in the world?

The primary exporters of fresh pineapples in 2001 were Costa Rica, 322,000 tons; Côte d’Ivoire, 188,000 tons; and the Philippines, 135,000 tons. Since 2000, the most common fresh pineapple fruit found in U.S. and European supermarkets is a low-acid hybrid that was developed in Hawaii in the early 1970s.