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    National Animals from Around the World
    Jul 19, 2019 / Published by: Admin / World Interesting Facts
    Planet Earth is truly a place of wondrous variety, and one of the things that sets Earth apart is the presence of life. As vast as our cosmos is, we have still found no conclusive evidence that life exists anywhere else in the universe! And life doesn’t just exist on our planet; it flourishes! The diversity of animals that walk on our land, swim in our waters, and fly through the air is truly stunning. Let’s take a quick look at some of the species chosen as National Animals for various countries around the world. Some you may know or...
  • Carport Direct History of immigration to USA
    History Of Immigration To The United States
    Mar 4, 2019 / Published by: Admin / USA Facts
    INFOGRAPHIC SUMMARY: The United States is truly the world’s Melting Pot, and it has experienced several significant waves of immigration during its relatively short history. The first US immigration wave was kicked off by the influx of European Pilgrims who were searching for religious freedom in the early 1600s, and more waves of immigration have continued to stream to the Land of Opportunity ever since. Check out the infographics below to learn more about America’s immigration history, brought to you the by the Carport Direct. Carport Direct is backed by the nation’s best manufacturers to let you customize and buy...
  • Carport Direct Impact of Hurricane Florence in the US
    Impact Of Hurricane Florence In The Us
    Dec 7, 2018 / Published by: Admin / USA Facts
    INFOGRAPHIC SUMMARY: In September 2018, Hurricane Florence brought high winds, dangerous storm surge, and record rainfall that caused historic flooding throughout North Carolina, and also had significant impacts on South Carolina. While the National Hurricane Center is still processing its final, comprehensive report on Florence, we at Carport Direct wanted to share some of the data we have now about: Florence and her lasting impacts on the area through this infographic:   Hurricane Florence had a storm diameter of about 500 miles – larger than that of 2005’s Hurricane Katrina! At its peak, Florence was a Category 4 storm with...
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