Giraffe

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

Ailanthus

This plant that originates from China has become an invasive species.

Common walnut

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

European pond turtle

The European pond turtle can be found in swamp areas and on banks of shallow lakes.

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.

Green iguana

A film about the green iguana, the popular inhabitant of exotic terrariums.

Daisy

This plant with lovely flowers grows wild on greens, meadows and grazing fields.

Mallard

One of the most common types of Anatidae, the ancestor of the domestic duck.

Komodo dragon

The largest species of lizard that lives in isolation. Even a single bite of it can be fatal.

Wild carrot

This ruderal plant, the ancestor of the carrot, can be found all around the world.

Night in motion

Look up to the sky on a clear night at the time of the New Moon and enjoy the spectacular view of myriad of stars.

Ruins and castles at night

Spectacular views of beautiful castles at night.

Air transport

Air transport has become the fastest, most reliable and most popular form of travel.

Baroque architecture

The impressive architecture of the Baroque era fascinates everybody even today.

Balloon on a skewer

Learn how to pierce a balloon without popping it.

The clever karate master

Can we break a stick with the weight of only a few sheets of paper?

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