What is the river that separates China and North Korea?

What is the river that separates China and North Korea?

From west to east, the Yalu River, Paektu Mountain, and the Tumen River divide the two countries. Dandong, in the Liaoning Province of China, is the largest city on the border. On the other side of the river is the city of Sinuiju in North Pyongan Province, North Korea.

What drink was discovered at the bottom of the Baltic Sea?

170-year-old bottles of champagne were found on the floor of the Baltic Sea. The bottles of bubbly are estimated to have been traveling from Germany to Russia during the 1800s when they sank to the bottom of the sea, says New Scientist. Turns out that the bottom of the sea, where temps are between two and four degrees Celsius, is a great place for wine aging. Oenologists, people who study wine and winemaking, sampled the champagne and described it as, “sometimes cheesy,” with “animal notes,” and that it had elements of “wet hair.” 

Is Greenland in Europe?

Though physiographically a part of the continent of North America, Greenland has been politically and culturally associated with Europe (specifically Norway and Denmark, the colonial powers, as well as the nearby island of Iceland) for more than a millennium.

How many watts do you consume while awake?

On average people’s brain consumed 25 watts while awake. That energy amount is enough to illuminate a lightbulb.

What can break down hydrogen peroxide?

Fortunately we have an enzyme in the cells in our bodies where hydrogen peroxide is produced called catalase. This enzyme catalyses the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide into harmless water and oxygen.

Do whales have sweat glands?

Whales are mammals who have no sweat glands, but then since they live in the water, they don’t really need them.

Which planet was named after the Roman god of war?

Mars is named after the Roman god of war. The planet got its name from the fact that it is the color of blood. Other civilizations also named the planets for its red color. Jupiter was the Roman king of the gods.

Why is money green?

The small-sized bills continued to be printed with green ink because, according to the U.S. Bureau of Printing and Engraving, the ink was plentiful and durable and the color green was associated with stability. Today, there is some $1.2 trillion in coins and paper money in circulation in America.