Infosnacks by Justine Lemos
GoblinGoblins are small mythological beings with mischievous or even evil intentions. They have roughly humanoid features but are usually depicted as small creatures.
ChrysaorThe brother of Pegasus born out of the neck of Medusa, Chrysaor is sometimes depicted as a young man but is also depicted as a winged boar.
KrishnaKrishna, literally dark, black or blue, is a Hindu God-figure. Usually considered as the incarnation of Vishnu, Krishna is thought to be a historical person.
PegasusPegasus is a winged-horse-like mythological beast. Its origins can be traced to Greek mythology. Originally the term referred to a specific single winged-horse.
BananaThe banana is a fruit of herbaceous flowering plants of the musa genus. They come in yellow, green and red. The banana was first domesticated in Southeast Asia.
PearThe pear is a fruit from the a family of trees in the genus Pyrus. Edible pears come in white, green and red varieties though there are many inedible varieties.
PlumPlums are a fruit born of the tree subgenus, Prunus. Plums are a stone fruit in that they have a single stone-like pit or seed in the center of the fruit.
ApricotThe apricot is a fruit born of the Prunus armeniaca. Botanically it is closely related to the plum. Apricots are sweet and juicy and light orange in color.
MermaidA mermaid is a mythological half-woman/half-fish being. Inevitably the upper half of the body is a woman and the lower the tail of a fish.
AppleApples are a fruit from the apple tree (Malus domestica). Interestingly the apply tree is in the rose family. The apple tree originated in Western Asia.