My favorite cat videos out on Youtube for training your cats. I particularly liked the video where the owner toilet-trained the cats. Even though these are not natural cat behaviors, but well these are domestic cats living among people, what's adapted is also what's natural.
These are the rivers with the largest drainage areas in the Asia. A drainage area is any area of land where precipitation collects and drains off into a common outlet, such as into a river, bay, or other body of water.
The Ob-Irtysh river system receives inflows from the largest drainage area at 2,990,000 km2. At second, the Yenisei–Angara–Selenge–Ider river system drains from an area as wide as 2,580,000 km2 and outflows to the Kara Sea in Siberia, Russia.
These are the rivers with the largest drainage areas in the world. A drainage area is any area of land where precipitation collects and drains off into a common outlet, such as into a river, bay, or other body of water. The South American Amazon–Ucayali–Tambo–Ene–Apurímac receives inflows from the largest drainage area, a size of 7 million km2, and flows out primarily to the Atlantic Ocean.
The African rivers, Congo–Chambeshi (Zaïre) river and Nile–Kagera river, have drainage areas of 3.6 million km2 (second largest) and 3.2 million km2 (third largest) respectively The Congo–Chambeshi (Zaïre) river outflows to the Atlantic Ocean as well, while Nile–Kagera river outflows to the Mediterranean sea.
And there was one . Lake Titicaca is the largest lake in South America, with a surface area of 8,372 sq km. It is a large, deep lake in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru, often called the "highest navigable lake" in the world, at the surface elevation of 3,812 metres (12,507 ft).
These are the largest lakes in the world by water volume and the only four known lakes that hold beyond 10,000 km3 of water.
The Caspian Sea tops the list, holding up to 78,200 km3 of water with the salinity that is a third the salinity of most seawater.
At second, Lake Baikal holds 23,600 km3 of freshwater. It is said that Lake Baikal contains 22-23% of the world's fresh surface water.
Lake Tanganyika, a Great Lake of Africa, is the third largest lake by water volume and holds 18,900 km3 of fresh water.
Finally, Lake Superior, the largest Great Lake of North America, rounds up the class of 10,000-cubic-km lakes, holding 12,100 km3 of fresh water.
A tuna is a saltwater fish that can maintain a body temperature higher than that of the surrounding water. (the other species of fish which can do that are opah and mackerel sharks). The tuna is among the fastest-swimming pelagic fish - for example, the yellowfin tuna can swim as fast as 75 km/h.
The largest tuna, the Northern (or Atlantic) Bluefin Tuna, can reach lengths of nearly 13 feet (4m) and historically, up to 2000 pounds (900 kg). The Atlantic bluefin tuna eat a variety of prey but apparently prefer pelagic fishes and invertebrates that they can swallow whole. The Atlantic bluefin tuna has also been the foundation of one of the world's most lucrative commercial fisheries. Medium-sized and large individuals are heavily targeted for the Japanese raw fish market, where all bluefin species are highly prized for sushi and sashimi.
1990 - 2016 South America: This table depicts for the loss of forested areas for countries in South America.
Forest area (% of land area) - Forest area is defined, according to World Bank, as land under natural or planted stands of trees of at least 5 meters in situ, whether productive or not, and excludes tree stands in agricultural production systems (for example, in fruit plantations and agroforestry systems) and trees in urban parks and gardens.
1990 - 2016 South America: This table depicts for the (often declining) size of forest areas from 1990 - 2016 for countries in South America.
These are the rivers with the largest drainage areas in the Oceania. In fact, all of them are in Australia.
The Murray–Darling–Culgoa–Balonne–Condamine river system, also the longest river in Australia, drains from an area of 1,061,000 km2, an area equivalent to the size of the states of Victoria and New South Wales combined, and flows eventually to the Southern Ocean.
The Warburton–Georgina river system follows, draining from an area of 365,000 km2 and flowing out to Lake Eyre. The Flinders River is the longest river in Queensland, Australia , and drains from an area of 109,000 km2.
These are the longest rivers in Oceania. In fact, all of them are in Australia.
The Murray–Darling–Culgoa–Balonne–Condamine river system tops the list at 3,672km. The Murrumbidgee River stands second at 1,485km, flowing through the Australian state of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. The Cooper–Barcoo River of western Queensland, Australia follows with a distance of 1,420km.
1990 - 2016 Africa: This table depicts for the (often declining) size of forest areas from 1990 - 2016 for countries in Africa.