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Sea tempest

Have you ever seen sea tempest? A sea tempest is a gigantic tempest!. It can be up to 600 miles crosswise over and have solid winds spiraling internal and upward at velocities of 75 to 200 mph. Every tropical storm normally goes on for more than a week, moving 10-20 miles every hour over the…

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Forests

A forest is an area of land with many trees. Temperature and rainfall are the two of the most important things for forests. Forests with their lush green leaves add beauty to the land. Forests occupy one-third of the Earth's land area and are found on all corners of the globe.  Forests make…

How to tame an animal

  Many of us wondered at least once how wild animals are managed to be tamed to follow impressive instruction. We see at the famous circuses monkeys riding bicycles, horses dancing, lions walking on stakes but the secret behind the show is rarely relieved. Firstly, animals’ behavior is…

Monsoon

Storm alludes to the stormy period of the season A rainstorm is a regular alter in the course of the predominant, or strongest, winds of an area. Rainstorm reason wet and dry seasons, all through a great part of the tropics. Storms are regularly connected with the Indian OceaMonsoons dependably blow…

Interesting facts about nature

Although many of us don’t pay attention to the nature, it is very interesting, and there are many facts that you should know.• Do you know that the oldest tree is 4789 years old? It is found in California and it is called "Methuselah."• Baobab tree that grows in desserts can store up…

Oxygen

We don't need a special introduction when it comes to oxygen. We all know how important it is for all living creatures. Without it, we would die, of course.What you probably didn't know, that a lack of oxygen will promote cancers cells to grow. Why is oxygen so important in this case ?Well many of…

Silk Production

Bombay mori is not a new word for many of you. It is a moth whose history is so long that it no more survives in the wild. This small moth is the silk producing species, an ancient moth. Back to 5,000 years when Greeks and Romans called china as SERES-The country of silk. Chinese kept it a secret…

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Earth and CO2

The paper affirms that as carbon emanations keep on climbing, so too has the Earth's ability to ingest carbon dioxide from the climate. About a large portion of the outflows of CO2 every year stay in the climate; the other half is taken up by the biological systems ashore and the seas.  For…

Ecology

Some of you probably know the purpose and the meaning of ecology, but for those of you who don’t, we will give you some explanations. Ecology is very important for us and for our planet, because humans along with all living creatures on this planet are dependent on their environment. If we…

Vatican Presses Politicians On Climate Change

The Vatican on Wednesday challenged politicians to end their “infatuation” with a form of economic growth which ends with the environment facing negative effects. According to the academy, many politicians and governments are measuring the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of their country…

Shell lobbied to undermine EU renewable targets, documents reveal

Shell was successful in lobbying to undermine European renewable targets ahead of an important agreement on emission cuts which reached upon in October last year, new documents which have been released indicate. At the time at which the deal was reached upon, Jose Manuel, European commission…