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10 Incredibly Bizarre Facts About Space

Researchers state that our universe is so immense that even light hasn’t yet travelled it in nearly 14 billion years. The speed of light is so intense it travels 186, 282 miles per second. That means the...

7 Axolotl Facts

This adorable creature is a type of Salamander which is found in Xochimilco and Lake Chalco in Mexico. It certainly looks unreal with its cartoon-ish figured face and smile. What’s more is the coral-like...

10 Most Amazing Facts About Water

There’s so much more to know about water than merely the fact that it makes us healthy and fit. Did you know that it takes 53 gallons of water to produce a single egg?...

The Kelp Forests

Like the coniferous trees that make up that habitat on land, kelp thrives in cold conditions and grow in uniform abundance. The larger kelp forests are found in waters with temperatures no higher than...

10 Smartest Animals On The Planet

Did you know that dolphin brains have similarities to ours? Scientists have discovered that their brains contain elongated spindle neurons in the neocortex which previously was thought to be found only in human brains. These...

The Silent Killer- Carbon Monoxide

The release of Carbon Monoxide gas inside your house can happen anytime.  In a few minutes, a large amount of Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas can come without warning, causing you to suffocate and lose consciousness,...

The Only Animal That Can Survive The Pressure of Space

These microscopic water-dwelling animals are found everywhere in the world. They are mostly found in Volcanoes, The Antarctica, Mountaintops, and Tropical Forests, rivers, and the deep sea.  What amazes scientists today about this creature is the fact...

The Coral Reefs

Despite their appearance as plants, corals that make up reefs are actually built by animals called coral polyps. Each of these looks like they are tiny sea anemone with stinging tentacles. The coral polyps secrete the hard...

The Master of Camouflage – Pygmy Seahorse

The pygmy seahorse is no doubt a master of camouflage. Having the size of two grains of rice and being indistinguishable from gorgonian coral can make it only be identified with a magnifying glass or sharp...