Lily of the valley

A plant native to the temperate regions of Europe and Asia that lives mostly in oak forests.

Common pond skater

A fascinating aquatic insect species that is able to 'walk' on the water using surface tension.

Gorilla

The largest of the great apes. During evolution humans diverged from gorillas around 6 million years ago.

Firethorn

This ornamental plant of parks is also very useful to form an impenetrable barrier against thieves with its dense, thorny structure.

Giraffe

The tallest animal on the planet, yet it has the same number of vertebrae as humans.

Catalpa

The catalpa is a plant typical mainly of tropical and sub-tropical regions. It is able to climb up the trunks of trees towards the light.

Common walnut

This tree, popular in rural courtyards, is grown for its stone fruit and good quality timber.

Common beech

This forest tree is a common tree species in hilly and mountainous regions. It prefers steep and shady slopes and tolerates colder climates.

Silver birch

The primary forest tree of the Russian steppes. Its unique characteristic is the whitish-brownish, heavily cracked bark.

Ginkgo biloba

This tree is a truly living fossil: it has gone through only minor changes since the Mesozoic Era.

Common nettle

A plant usually found in the countryside; it is advisable to avoid skin contact with the stinging hairs that cover its leaves and stem.

Snowy owl

This owl species living in the furthest northern regions of our planet has adapted brilliantly to the harsh conditions of the taiga and the tundra.

Sunflower

A popular crop of ploughlands. Its oil is widely used in cookery and has well known medicinal properties.

Tomato

Tomato belongs in the nightshade family and is native to South and Central America. Tomatoes can be preserved or consumed raw.

Paper hat

Let’s make a funny hat quickly and easily! All we need is a piece of paper.

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