The black-eyed satyr (Euptychia attenboroughi), a rare butterfly, is named after Sir David Attenborough, the host of many popular nature-themed TV series, including the BBC’s Life and Planet Earth.
Olympus Mons, found near the Martian equator, is the largest volcano in the solar system.
Voted the world’s most stunning landing spot, Barra Airport is the only airport in the world to have scheduled flights landing on a beach!
Earth’s trees number 3 trillion; that’s roughly 420 trees for every person on the planet.
A plant that had no petals and lived underwater approximately 130 million years ago could be the oldest known ‘flower’, according to scientists.