Today there are no vipers indigenous to Malta. Great changes have taken place since the first century C.E. Whereas now Malta is one of the most densely populated islands in the world, with about 1,280 persons per sq km (3,330 per sq mi), extensive wooded areas may have existed there in Paul
Originally, there are no venomous snakes in Malta same as Hawaii.
no i don't think so
I have prof cause i live in Malta and here we don't have snakes and no poisononous animals.
Yes there are some snakes here but none of them are poisonous .. This goes to the legend that Maltese have about when Saint Paul came to Malta and a snake bit him and he just shook it off thus removing all the poison from it
Yes he did,during the filming of "Munich" which was shot in Malta, he oviously had to visit Malta due to shots he was in. During the visit Eric Bana, Stefen Spieldberg and the rest of the cast, rented a cinema in Malta to watch a film of Stefen Spieldberg, "War of the Worlds".
yes it was. in fact Malta was very important during those days as those who were battiling against each other, landed on Malta and mended their machinery ect
When Saint Paul was ship wrecked on the island of Malta about the year 60 AD he was bitten by a venomous snake that caused him no harm.
Yes... Malta is officially the Republic of Malta (in Maltese: Repubblika ta' Malta)
The English took over Malta because it was during those times that the the Suez canal opened up. Since they also were ruling India, and the Suez canal was needed they could use Malta as a resting point, to refuel and get supplies.
Malta is known as the sunny island in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, so if you would like to get sun tanned, relax at a beach, swim etc it's better if you visit Malta between June and September. If you're interested in history, you can visit Malta whenever you like. If you're interested in Malta's feasts, visit Malta during Summer. During Christmas time, there would be lots of Sale so you can buy stuff at a cheap price! Easter is also popular - if you want to taste our delicious figolli visit Malta somewhere near April :)
During first two weeks of July.
Malta was never occupied by German or Italian troops, though it was under constant attscks from 1940 to 1943.
No. Malta was up till 1964 a colony of the British Empire, Malta had a Queen. Is now a Republic.
The president of Malta is chosen by the House of Representatives of Malta.
They fortified Malta to help protect from Turkey.
The distance between Luqa and Otopeni ia approx. 1 500 km; during the summer Air Malta has charter flights - 2 hours.
We have no mountains on Malta.
its in the north of malta
Malta is situated under the island of Sicily. Malta is a small island.
Oil discovered in Malta, no. Malta gets oil from other countries.
Yes. There are four species of snake in Malta. Only one species is poisonous however, the cat snake(Telescopus fallax fallax). It has 2 small fangs located in the back of the mouth and its poison is only toxic to very small animals and is of no danger to humans.