How Do Bottlenose Dolphins Defend Themselves

How Do Bottlenose Dolphins Defend Themselves

March 14, 2019

Most dolphins join larger groups to protect themselves Dolphins have small number of natural predators. The predators of dolphins include sharks, orcas and humans. Dolphins usually defend themselves by joining larger groups. The killer whale or orcas and sharks are their most powerful predators. They find dolphins appetizing due to their large size as compared […]

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Interesting Facts About Dreaming and Sleeping

Interesting Facts About Dreaming and Sleeping

March 13, 2019

Humans spend an average of 25 years sleeping during the course of their entire lives. A baby brain can use up to 50% of its glucose in a day, which explains why they need to sleep so much. Men dream of other men 70% of their dreams. Whereas women dream of men and women alike. […]

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Interesting John Cabot Facts and Discoveries

Interesting John Cabot Facts and Discoveries

March 13, 2019

John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) was European explorer and among the rare early Europeans who ventured to explore North America. It is uncertain where he was born, but the mostly believed origin is Italy. Known for his three voyages, It is believed that John Cabot might have died on his last voyage. Read on for more […]

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Awesome Trivia About Harry Potter

Awesome Trivia About Harry Potter

March 12, 2019

1. JK Rowling and Harry Potter share their birthdays. JK Rowling confessed that although she related more to Hermione Granger, who had otter, her favorite animal as her patronus. She found it cool to have the protagonist share the same birthday as her. 2.  The full name of JK Rowling is Joanne Rowling. For some […]

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Facts About Sahara Desert

Interesting Facts About Sahara Desert

February 28, 2019

The Sahara has an area of 9,065,253 square kilometers, that makes it very close to the size of China. Read on for super interesting facts about the Sahara Desert. Countries with Sahara Desert 1. The Sahara covers 11 countries – Algeria, Morocco, Western Sahara, Niger, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Mauritania, Chad, Mali, and Sudan. 2. The […]

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Facts About Thomas Barnardo

Facts About Thomas Barnardo

February 27, 2019

Thomas Barnardo was an Irish philanthropist, who helped improve the lives of thousands of poor children. Today the foundation set up by him in 1860 to help the homeless and poor children has taken in more than 60,000 children. Read on for some moving information and facts about Thomas Barnardo. Barnardo was born in Ireland […]

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Facts About Mount Kosciuszko – Australia’s Tallest

February 26, 2019

There’s much to explore about the highest mountain of Australian continent, Kosciuszko. Dig it all out with these wow facts about Mount Kosciuszko. Height: 2,228 m (7,310 ft) Location: Kosciuszko National Park, Great Dividing Range, New South Wales, Australia Not the heighest peak of Austrlian territory Though the mountain is the highest peak in continental […]

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Three Animals with Blue Tongues - Why Their Tongues Are Blue?

Why These Three Animals Have Blue Tongue

February 24, 2019

These three animals have a characteristic blue, purple or lavender tongue that makes them particularly different. These are the blue-tongue lizard, the Chow Chow dog and the black bear. But why do they have blue colored tongue? Blue tongue lizard The blue-colored tongue of these lizards serves as protection against predators. They use bright colors […]

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Ten Weird Facts About Turtles

Ten Plus One Weird Facts About Turtles

February 16, 2019

Turtles have been living on earth since 220 million years and have an amazingly long lifespan of upto 150 years. These harmless cute creatures have mysteries seeped deep within them. Discover more about them with these ten weird facts. 1. A turtle’s shell is made up of 50 different bones Generally believed to be one […]

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How Do Blue Whales Communicate

How Do Blue Whales Communicate

February 14, 2019

Whales make the best of the oceans they live in. In water, the speed of the sound is about 4 times (1498 meters per second) of that in the air (331 meters per second). They produce special vocalizations for different purposes including socializing and reproduction. The blue whale generate sounds of up to 190 decibels, […]

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