Mongolian food typically consists of animal fats, dairy products and meat, according to Discover Mongolia. The country's cuisine is significantly influenced by the extreme climate, which dictates sparing use of vegetables and spices.
Mongolian fur is the name for the fur of Mongolian lambs. It is commonly used for outerwear or household accessories, such as throw pillows.
There is no proof that the Mongolian Death Worm exists, but cryptozoologists have developed a profile of it, according to Animal Planet. The worm is described as being 2 to 5 feet in length, 2 inches thick, bright red in color and lacking an identifiable head or tail.
The Mongolian Mastiff is actually the Tibetan Mastiff. It is also referred to as a banhar, or "four-eyed dog" in Mongolian. The Canis lupus hominis site notes that the name four-eyed dog came from the tan coloring above the eyes, which looks like another set of eyes.
The pienfu, the changpao and the shenyi are the three main types of traditional Chinese clothing. Other examples of traditional clothing include the Pao, changshan and beizi. Qipao is another type of Chinese clothing.
The Sarafan is the most common traditional Russian clothing. The word "Sarafan" itself is Persian in origin, but it has become synonymous with Russian culture over the years. Previous names for this piece of clothing included feryaz and klinnik.
Traditional French clothing varies from one region to another, but it mainly consists of garments inspired by the rural costumes of the 18th century. For example, the traditional clothing of women in Brittany includes a lace-trimmed embroidered shawl, a dress, an apron and a cap, whereas men wear a
Traditional Indian clothing includes the dhoti for men and the sari for women. Native American clothing items, other than dance regalia, do not have special names.
Traditional Spanish clothing features bright colors, embroidery and jewels, either real or rhinestones. The traditional clothing seen at celebrations today was at the peak of fashion in the 16th century.
Traditional Mexican clothing is a unique combination of European and native clothing styles. The materials used for traditional Mexican clothing are a mixture of native plants found in Mexico and resources that were introduced by the Spanish and imported from Europe.