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Corals’ Survival in Climate Change

Those invertebrate species that belong to a very large group of colourful and interesting animals generally known as Cnidaria are termed as Corals. They are found all over the oceans in all kind of water whether it is deep, shallow or tropical water. As they are directly attached to the atmosphere, climate change comes as a big threat to them.  ...
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On This Teachers’ Day Make Your Teacher Happy

It is said that parent gives birth to a child but a teacher gives them a second life. A teacher nourishes the soul of a child for a lifetime through their knowledge and experience. Let's turn the pages of time a little backward and then you will come to know that why the entire world celebrates teacher’s day as a special event. It is said th ...
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Discovered Evidences on Battles between British and Ottoman Armies

The bullet cartridges, shell fragments and military items that were used during the First World War in Israel have been discovered by Archaeologists. This discovery has been very important from the view of school education to know more about the First World War. The discovery also gave clues to fierce battles between British and Ottoman Armies. Ar ...
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Podcasts for Children Initiated by Leela Kids App

Leela Kids is a very straightforward app developed for children that will make parents crazy about it. This app covers age ranges from 3 to 15 years old. The app provides a children-friendly interface to every child. The app is really age – appropriate and the content is reasonably edifying. This app is useful for caretakers and gives them p ...
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Threat Added to Post-Harvey Flood Havoc by the Flotillas of Fire Ants

A new threat has just arrived in Texas after hurricane Harvey which affected millions of people. The threat is from large “rafts” of fire ants which have been discovered floating in floodwaters. It is found that the ants were displaced by record flooding. Thus, the insects have responded by forming rafts built on top of dead ants, so th ...
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U.S. Witnesses Amazing Imagery of Total Solar Eclipse

NASA aircrafts has captured unique images of the Sun's outer atmosphere during Monday's "Great American Eclipse", with the help of sophisticated telescopes. Now the scientists are planning to begin a detailed analysis of data. This eclipse mission was led by NASA and supported by Southern Research. As per the scientists, this mission was based on ...
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Popularity of a Song is Connected with its Structure

A song becomes favorite of someone because it might remind a person about a memorable event or it may move that person in a way that makes him/her feel sad or happy. A new study has been published on this in the open access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. The study has uncovered a very simple with measurable explanation that can tell prefe ...
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Microbiologists Provides Supreme Insight into the Earth's Nitrogen Cycle

Scientists from University of Alberta and University of Vienna microbiologists have recently conducted a study. Through the research the scientists observed the Earth's nitrogen cycle. As per the microbiologists there are unparalleled insights that they have found into the Earth's nitrogen cycle. Additionally, the findings have helped the scientist ...
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Salmonella May Infect Chilled Raw and Processed Meat

A study by BARC claimed that meat products which are stored above freezing point may have a chance of getting infected by Salmonella bacteria. It can cause acute food poisoning. The study was done by Bhabha Atomic Research Centre’s food technology division. They tested 87 samples from supermarkets and departmental stores in Mumbai. The study ...
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Evidences on How Asian Animal Life Introduced to Africa

New technologies provided proof of how Asian fauna got introduced to Africa. Domestic chickens and black rats from Asia made their first entry to the east coast of Africa through maritime trade routes. They were introduced between the 7th and 8th centuries A.D. The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE on August 17, 2017. The research was co ...
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