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What Are Plastics Doing To The Ocean?

Plastics are a wondrous group of materials. They can be as soft as a pair of nylons or as solid as a sewer pipe. What’s more, they’re pretty easy to create – but hard...

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The Tree That “Bleeds” When You Cut It

Native to southern Africa and northern Australia, the Pterocarpus Angolens is a fairly normal-looking tree until it is chopped into as It flows an alarming amount of red sap which looks much like human...

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7 Fun Facts of The Hala Tree Fruit

Pandanus Tectorius Tree Fruit is grown mostly in the pacific around tropical regions, it is present in all the islands of Polynesia and is native to Malesia and eastern Australia from Port Macquire to...

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Exoplanets – Planets With Possibility of Life?

Earth-like planets that inhabit the Goldilocks zone have a chance of life on them according to scientists. Supposedly those planets might have groups of bacteria on them. As on earth, places such as caves...

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New Coronavirus Is Spreading All Throughout China

The virus that is vastly spreading throughout china known as Coronavirus 2019-nCoV has been thought to be originated from China’s central city of Wuhan in December. Some researchers reported in the New England Journal...

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Australian Wildfires Are Still Dangerously Raging

Australians are still battling the devastating wildfires today. Although temperatures dropped and the country was given a “welcome reprieve” after a period of rain, experts are warning that “The worst is yet to come.”...

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Whatever Happens, Do Not Consume Romaine Lettuce

At least 53 people have been hospitalized after consuming Romaine Lettuce which has been infected with E.coli but thankfully, no deaths have been reported. The Centers for disease control are warning Americans to not...

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Kakapo Is The Only Parrot That Can’t Fly

Kakapo parrots are native to Newzealand which are one of the rarest birds that are also unable to fly. Today there are only 147 of them alive in the wild, according to the New...

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Typhoon In Japan Has Claimed The Lives of 79 People

On October 12, 2019, Typhoon Hagibis caused flooded rivers, huge landslides, destroyed businesses, and more than 39,000 homes were left inundated and 2,000 homes were partially or completely destroyed. 79 people were confirmed dead...

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Forest Fires Are Distrupting Our Planet

According to the Washington Post, it is reported that a group of “elite” Firefighters who are known as “guerrios de fogo” or the “fire warriors” are continuing in the effort of putting an end...