Latest Denmark Stories
- Currently no approved treatment options available for patients living with HS, a skin disease which impacts approximately 1 percent of the adult population worldwide1,2 COPENHAGEN, Denmark,
Millions of LEGO Bricks on Display and Ready for Play TIMONIUM, Md., Sept.
For the first time in over six decades, a new Viking fortress has been discovered in Denmark. The fortress, like the previously excavated ones at Fyrkat, Aggersborg and Trelleborg (all nominated for inscription in UNESCO's list of world heritage sites) is of the Trelleborg-type.
- Denmark-headquartered multinational crop protection company PHILADELPHIA, Sept.
Millions of LEGO Bricks on Display and Ready for Play OAKS, Pa., Sept.
Amazing Lego ideas and reading programs that work have been published on Kids Activities Blog.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark and AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Aug.
According to new research humble, microscopic organisms can create dripstones in caves. This illustrates how biological life can influence the formation of Earth’s geology - and the same may be happening right now on other planets in space.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Aug.
The Old Danish Pointer, also known as the Bakhound, is a hunting breed from Denmark. The breed's origin can be traced to the year 1710. The breed was created when a man named Morten Bak crossed gypsy dogs with local farm dogs. Some of the dogs crossed might have been descendants of St. Hubert Hounds and Spanish Pointing Dogs. The breed makes an excellent pointer in hunts in both small and large territories. The Old Danish Pointer is a strongly built breed which stands 19.5 to 23.5 inches...
The Broholmer, from Denmark, is a large molosser type of dog. It typically weighs 110 to 132 pounds and its coat can either be black or fawn with a black mask. The Broholmer is a guardian breed named after a game-keeper who lived in the 1700s, Sehested of Broholm. The breed almost became extinct during World War II, however a group of Danish enthusiasts saved the breed when isolated dogs were found in the 1970s. Photo Copyright and Credit
The Nine-spined Stickleback (Pungitius pungitius), is a species of fish in the Gasterosteidae family. It is found in Belarus, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greenland, Ireland, Japan, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Republic of, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The Sokoke is a breed of cat originally called the Khadzonzos. These cats were discovered on the Kenyan coast and taken to Denmark to breed in the late 1970s. The name of the breed changed to reflect the name of the forest in which the breed was discovered in 1993 when they were officially recognized. The Sokoke has a blotched, tabby, coarse, short-haired coat in shades of brown. They have little to no undercoat. The Sokoke has amber to light green eyes. The breed has long thin bodies...
- Large; stout; burly.