Countries and Their National Animals – National Animals of the World
World / July 29, 2018

The National Animal is animal that is chosen by country as a unique symbol for that country, every country has its own National Animal. It is used by unifying image of the nation in front of the world. The National Animal is selected carefully considering their ecology, tradition, culture, mythology, etc. National Animals are more than just convenient symbols to put on stamps, currency, flags or other official emblems. Strict laws protect these animals and it is illegal to hunt or harm them. Here we listed National animals of various countries in the world. Check the list Related Posts Currencies of the world – Countries and their currencies Countries and their capital cities Scientific Names – Animals – Domestic and Wild Scientific Names – Common Plants and Trees

Countries and their capital cities
World / July 28, 2018

As of 2017, there are 196 nations officially recognized as independent countries in the world, each with its own capital city. There are, however, a significant number of countries that have multiple capital cities. Where that occurs, the additional capital cities are listed as well. Check out this alphabetical list of independent nations and its capital: Related Posts Currencies of the world – Countries and their currencies Scientific Names – Common Plants and Trees

Currencies of the world – Countries and their currencies
World / June 26, 2018

What money do you use depends on where are you living or planning to travel. Totally, there are 164 official national currencies circulating around the world. Although the number of the independent countries is 197 plus about five dozen of dependent territories. The matter is, that some of them don’t have their own money and officially use the foreign currency. Below we have listed Currencies of the World By Countries alphabetically. Discover the interesting facts and details about the most important currencies worldwide. You can see the table by the name of the currency or the name of the country. The world’s most-traded currency is the US dollar with about 47% share of global payments and 87% of the forex market’s daily turnover. On the second place is the Euro, having about 33% of the daily forex transactions and 28% share of the international bank payments. Install “Scientific Names” App on your phone from Google Play, and keep the Scientific Names on your phone with you Related Posts Opposite Sex List (Human) – Learn English Grammar Scientific Names – Common Fruits and Vegetables