Where do Danish pastries come from?

Where do Danish pastries come from?

Although today known world-wide as “Danishes” these pastries did not originate in Denmark, but were brought to Denmark by Austrian bakers, particularly from Vienna in the 1850’s when Danish pastry workers went on a long-term wage strike.

What animal has the highest blood pressure?

Previous studies have found the giraffe has an extremely high blood pressure that is twice that found in other animals. But this study is the first to unravel the true nature of the giraffe heart and cardiovascular system.

What color is between red and blue?

In between these colours may be seen secondary colours that are, perceptually, each a mixture of two of the primaries. Thus, you will see yellow between red and green, and cyan blue between green and blue-violet. The third secondary colour of light is magenta.

Who was the first to go to the North Pole?

First to reach the Geographic North Pole (disputed): there are two claimants, Frederick Cook, accompanied by two Inuit men, Ahwelah and Etukishook, on April 21, 1908 and Robert Edwin Peary and his employee Matthew Henson and four Inuit men Ootah, Seegloo, Egingway, and Ooqueah on April 6, 1909.

Are pandas considered bears?

Scientists have used DNA to find out that the giant panda is more closely related to the other bears than to the raccoons. Giant pandas are in the family Ursidae with the seven other bear species. Raccoons are in the family Procyonidae, along with ring-tails and coatis.

Why did they put lead in gasoline?

Leaded petrol contained a substance known as tetraethyl lead or TEL, a compound of lead in liquid form originally added to petrol to increase its octane rating. A side effect of adding TEL is that a layer of lead compounds forms on the valve faces of the engine, retarding wear.

How much does the average train weigh?

A freight train weighs MUCH more then 1000 tons. A loaded grain train with 112 cars on average is about 15,000 tons. Loaded coal trains can be as heavy as 20,000 tons.

What does a lunar eclipse look like from Earth?

Lunar eclipses occur when Earth’s shadow blocks the sun’s light, which otherwise reflects off the moon. There are three types — total, partial and penumbral — with the most dramatic being a total lunar eclipse, in which Earth’s shadow completely covers the moon.