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Many animals use their teeth and paws to fight enemies. Others don’t need to struggle as they use camouflage so they will not become easy targets. Some species come already prepared for battle by being born with body parts that shouts, "Don’t touch me, or else!" Just like these un...
These sea creatures are probably ones you never heard of, never knew and probably won't believe exists. The world is not as simple as we think.
Explains a few key features of small and large bats
In this article I will discuss how the lungs work, how they are adapted to their purpose and how to measure air capacity. Great revision for A-Level Biology students!
Raccoons, known for intelligence, adaptability and sociability, have evolved from tropical tree dwellers to general utility animals that take advantage of every kind of environment and every possible kind of food source, so that by now they can survive in near Arctic conditions of the...
Heat onset is not very pronounced & often it is difficult to detect. It results highest percentage of conception failures during first service. There is ample scope to reduce age at first conception by proper feeding & heeding practices particularly diagnosis of heat. Major methods to...
The debate as to whether god created us humans, or whether we evolved from another species, is an engrossing one, and is an unresolved question till now. Let us check
Do animals have the ability to sense earthquakes before they happen? This brief article considers the apparent "sixth sense" abilities of animals.
The term worm refers to an obsolete taxon used by Carolus Linnaeus and Jean-Baptiste Lamarck for all non-arthropod invertebrate animals, and stems from the Old English word wyrm. Currently it is used to describe many different distantly-related animals that typically have a long cylin...
Mammals are members of a class of air-breathing vertebrate animals characterized by the possession of hair, three middle ear bones, and mammary glands functional in mothers with young.
Seahorses are fish without scales with up-right horse like structure. Unique feature of Seahorses is they are monogamous.
Some reports said that there are several geographically isolated populations of cheetahs, throughout the world. Most of these places can be found in Africa and Southwestern Asia.
A savanna, or savanna, is a grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees being sufficiently small or widely spaced so that the canopy does not close. The open canopy allows sufficient light to reach the ground to support an unbroken herbaceous layer consisting primarily of C4 grasse...
Fish swim by propelling themselves through the water in a wave-like fashion. Fish with streamlined bodies and crescent-shaped caudel fins move faster through the water by moving their tail from side to side - this moves them forward a lot like rowing a boat with an oar.
Turtles and tortoises are reptiles, the only ones to have a shell. Their bodies are protected by a shell on top and underneath. Their backbone, breastbone and ribs have become part of the shell, so they cannot remove their shells..........
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