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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...

Pandas- The Natural Born Carnivores

China’s national animals are pretty much live walking teddy bears. They are found to roam around in the mountainous regions of central China and sadly there are less than 2,000 pandas remaining in the wild today....

Tigers- The Powerful Animals Falling Into Extinction

Tigers are the most powerful and largest species of the cat family. They have significantly higher muscle strength weighing twice the size of a large African Lion. On average, a fully grown African lion...

7 Narwhal Facts

Narwhals are famous for their long tusks. They appear somewhat like seals because of the roundness in shape but they are in fact a species of whale that swim through Arctic waters all year...

The Antarctica

In Summer the sun remains shining 24 hours a day for four months in Antarctica, allowing algae and phytoplankton to bloom. As a result, huge numbers of fish and crustaceans feed on them, which...

100 RANDOM FUN FACTS – PLANTS

bored? Got some time to waste but want to do something useful at the same time? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered for you amazing plant facts that are not only...

How Fruit Should Really Be Eaten

When you eat fruit with a meal, the fruit in the stomach comes in contact with the food you’ve eaten with the digestive juices and the entire meal spoils and converts into acid. Hence you...