A pair of deformed front legs left Roosevelt, a border collie in Maine, unable to do what border collies love most: run. But his new owners fitted him with a 900 pair of all-terrain wheels, and now Roosevelt’s rolling right along.
The Egyptians kept bees for their honey and wax. They were kept in woven wicker hives that had been covered in clay. The main centre of bee keeping was Lower Egypt, where one of the symbols for that part of the country was the bee itself. Not only was the honey used for food and as offerings to the gods, but it was also used by the Egyptians to create makeup and medicine! The wax was used for boat building, mummification and as a binding agent in some paints.