The Rhinoceros – Increible World

The word rhinoceros comes from the Greek “rhinos”, which means nose, and from kera, which is a horn. The rhinoceros belongs to a family of mammals of which there are five species: white, black, Java, India and Sumatra. The rhinoceros is a solitary animal that does not like to relate more than with its mother…

Russia: World Cup and Travel

Russia was a superpower surrounded by secrecy. Now it is the center of a booming power and also its capital has many businesses and attracts travelers In June, the World Cup begins and in Glee Tips we bring you some attractions to do beyond football. St. Petersburg offers a lot of differents activities, we bring…

The Royal Baby: Louis Arthur Charles

Catherine gave birth to a child, third son of the couple with the prince and fifth in line to the British throne after his grandfather, Prince Charles, his father and older brothers The royal baby has two older brothers, Prince george, 4 years old, and Princess Charlotte, soon to be 3. The name pays tribute…

The wonderful world of rabbits

Rabbits have been with us for many hundreds of years, they are animals that were originally only seen in the wild. The rabbits are nice, beautiful and docile and also do not suppose too much care since they do not need much space and do not have to take to the street daily. Characteristics: They…

Some history about platform shoes

In the fifteenth century it is believed that heels shoes originated, also some historians place them in Ancient Egypt. In Ancient Greece, theater actors used a kind of heels, known as kothorni. These heels had a wooden cork sole and measured between 8 and 10 centimeters. In ancient Japan, when men and women tried to…

Black Women in History

In this Glee Tip blog we will try to review the lives of some black women who have contributed something valuable to society and changed history. We always try and we like to highlight the role of women in history, women who have fought for our rights. We have talked about women artists, women inventors…