Mammals of the Savannah

This video shows mammals living in the hot climate zones of the Earth, for example lions, elephants, giraffes, etc.

Horse

The horse was domesticated by humans for its versatility. There are more than 300 horse breeds today.

Cattle

Cattle are the most widely used domesticated ungulates. They are kept mainly for their milk and meat, but their skin and horns have many uses as well.

Geological fold

The Alps and the Himalayas are mountain ranges that were formed by geological folding. In this video we can watch the end result of the process.

Field cricket

It can be easily recognised by its bulky, shiny black body and its rather large, helmet-like head. The male produces a characteristic chirping sound.

Hawthorn

This blood-red, egg-shaped or spherical fruit is used to make desserts like jelly or jam or even herb tea.

Hedgehog

The hedgehog is an omnivorous mammal that can be found all over Europe. Thanks to its friendly nature, it is a children’s favourite.

Chimpanzee

99% of the common chimpanzee's genome is identical to that of humans, yet this 1% difference matters a great deal.

Renaissance courtyard

The famous balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet was set in a courtyard like this. Let's take a look around.

Hungary

This Central European country has a population of 10 million. Its capital is Budapest. Much of its area is flat, the rest is hilly and mountainous.

Tree peony

This plant originating from East Asia was used in folk medicine as early as 2000 years ago. It is also a decorative plant of gardens.

Wild boar

A common inhabitant of forests; it is the ancestor of the domesticated pig.

Vienna

According to some surveys conducted in 2015, Vienna, with a population of 1.8 million, has the best quality of living in the world.

Granite

Granite, one of the hardest rocks on Earth, is believed to have been formed during the Paleozoic Era. This granular igneous rock is often used in the...

White tiger

White tigers are extremely rare in the wild; due to their unusual colouring, their chances of survival are lower than those of normal coloured tigers.

Gemsbuck

This even-toed ungulate ruminant lives in the savannas of South-East Africa.

Prague

The capital of the Czech Republic is not only an important economic centre in Central Europe, but its numerous historical sights also attract thousands of...

Common dandelion

Every March, children love plaiting wreaths of dandelions. Let’s find out out more about this popular meadow plant.

Horseshoeing

Horseshoes are mystical objects; they are thought to bring luck. Watch how the ancient profession of farriers is still practised today.

In the countryside

Leisure activities in the countryside are a great way of spending our free time. Active rest provides us with new experiences and keeps us healthy.

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