Beakman explains wound healing by using a brick wall to simulate skin. When the skin is broken (hole is wall), then blood starts to come out (red and white balloons). Beakman then uses a short animation to explain red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Then the platelets start to fill up the hole in the wall and then tape is stretched across the opening to simulate fibrin. This entire demo shows how a scab works.
It's a point of pride for the small landlocked country that once in the past even if it was very loose and short-lived they with the biggest empire in the world.The Mongols were responsible for cruel tragedies. The spread the black death and the reduction of the human population by 5%. The wounds of the past have healed. The pride of mongolia and the culture it has to celebrate and the fact that everyone around the world even knows the name of this remote Asian country. Thats all important today and thats why the Mongol empires trade culture and soical signifiance is just as important to highlight as it's very well known brutality