Africa is the second-largest continent both by size and population. It straddles the equator - parts of Africa are in the Northern Hemisphere and parts are in the Southern Hemisphere.
Alaska, abbreviated to AK, is a state separate to the others, at the far north west of the continent, north of Canada. It was purchased from Russia in 1867. The capital of Alaska is Juneau and the largest city in Alaska is Anchorage.
Scientific name: vicugna pacos
The alpaca is a kind of domestic animal bred for its wool, the same reason people keep sheep. Alpacas are related to llamas and camels but are a lot smaller than both. Alpacas come in lots of different colours, such as black, white and lots of different shades of brown.
Antarctica is a continent at the very southmost part of the world. No people permanently live there, and it has no government, but various countries have laid claim to parts of Antarctica. Antarctica is almost completely covered with ice.
A baker is someone who makes bread and other similar baked products, like cakes and pies. Bakers usually own or work for a bakery.
A busker is someone who performs music, or sometimes dance or other entertaining performance, in a public place. People give buskers money for their performance. Buskers usually have some sort of container on the ground near them for people to put the money in. A more general term for a busker is street performer.
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco. It has a population of around 5.5 million.
Costa Rica is a country on the bridge of land that connects North America and South America. The capical of Costa Rica is San José. People in Costa Rica speak Spanish.
Crackers are small, hard biscuits. Crackers are generally not sweet, and are often sprinkled with salt. Crackers are most often eaten with cheese on top, or used to eat dip with.
Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. It has a population of around 16.6 million.