Author: FACTURAL

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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...

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Why You Should Eat This Fruit

Guava is a tropical tree which is native to Mexico and South America. The leaves are often used as herbal tea as they shower with benefits. The fruit is also extraordinarily high in vitamin...

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Discovering Bio-luminescent Waters

The Bio-luminescent world is truly magnificent, they are places in this world that are beaming with life. The display of these bio-luminescent creatures is magical. But behind all of this beautiful performance is a...

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7 Gulper Eel Facts

Real aliens currently only exist in the ocean. Like the Gulper eel. To begin with, this eel is not really a true eel. It is a fish which is the only known member of...

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100 FUN FACTS – ANIMALS

We all love animals very much. Every one of them is unique and have their own features that surprise us, which is the main reason why we love to read countless facts about them!...

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10 Animals That Broke Records

On this planet live billions of creatures that we still have yet to discover. Most of them live hidden beneath the depth of the oceans. 71 percent of Earth’s surface is water which gives...

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Tap Water Shrimps

If you are living in New York, you may have been downing hundreds of microscopic shrimps by the name of Copepods that live in the tap water. However, there is nothing to be concerned...

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This Is What Lives On Your Bed

Currently on your bed lies a population of 10 million dust mites. They feed on nothing but your hair and dead skin cells that you shed every night. They are harmless in the sense...