What continent is Russia in?

What continent is Russia in?

The Asian part of Russia is known as Siberia. However, in terms of population, the situation is reversed: Roughly three out of four Russians live in the European part of the country and just one out of four live in the Asian part. Europe and Asia actually share a single landmass, which is known as Eurasia.

What is the purpose of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization?

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created in 1949 by the United States, Canada, and several Western European nations to provide collective security against the Soviet Union. NATO was the first peacetime military alliance the United States entered into outside of the Western Hemisphere.

What species is a jelly fish?

All jellyfish are Cnidaria, an animal phylum that contains jellies, sea anemones, and corals, among others. There are more than 10,000 species of Cnidaria, and less than 4,000 of these are Medusazoa—those animals we think of as jellyfish. Those 4,000 jellyfish can be divided into four different groups.

How many minutes do you boil an egg?

Cook for a further minute if you like your soft boiled eggs a little firmer. For a hard-boiled egg, start the egg in cold water and bring up to the boil. Once the water is gently boiling, set the timer for between 7-10 minutes depending on how well cooked you like your eggs.

What is a meet cute?

A meet-cute is a scene in film, television, etc. in which a future romantic couple meets for the first time in a way that is considered adorable, entertaining, or amusing. This type of scene is a staple of romantic comedies, commonly involving contrived, unusual, or comic circumstances.

What are the most highlighted books on Kindle?

According to Amazon, the most highlighted books on Kindle are the Bible, the Steve Jobs biography, and The Hunger Games.

How old is the world’s oldest piece of chewing gum?

The oldest piece of gum is over 9000 years old.

Can frogs breathe under water?

Most frogs and toads breathe (and take in moisture) through their skin through a process called cutaneous gas exchange, but they also have lungs with which they breathe. During the time they stay submerged under water or buried in soil (such as during hibernation) they ONLY breathe through their skin.