Every year Monarch butterflies migrate from the Great Lakes to the Mexico, a distance of about 2500 miles. They return to the north again in the spring. This single journey is completed through four generations of offspring due to the 2-6 week life span of most adult Monarch butterflies.
Boomslang is a Sub-Saharan African snake whose venom causes bleed out from every orifice on the human body. The venom of the Boomslang is primarily a hemotoxin which inactivates Human blood coagulation process. As a result of that victim can die due to massive internal and external bleeding within 5 days.
Mauna Kea is a mountain located in Hawaii, USA. It is considered as the tallest mountain in the world when measured from the sea floor. But Mauna Kea is only 13803 feet in altitude above the sea level. It is over 32000 feet high when it measured from sea floor, while Mount Everest is 29,028
How would workers lunch breaks look like around the world? Would they be like yours? And what would they be eating? Keep scrolling to find out the answers. Mumbai, India In Mumbai, India, workers who don’t bring lunch from home have a unique solution to do lunch. This solution is known as the ‘Lunch Delivery
Smile is the best gift you can provide with out any cost. It is the best way to express your happiness. Animals also express their happiness in specific ways. Today we have included smiley faces of different animal species as a good start for the new year. Wish you a happy new year and never
Nature is the best creator of planet earth. Trees and the combination of wildlife are a treasure in nature which is known as forests. Forests give many advantages to human as well as animals. Green world and bio-diversity make a paradise for your eyes. Trees are the most important components in forests. They absorb carbon
Seconds minutes hours days weeks months, time runs but we are busy with our day to day life. If you are getting tired of your life and need a break, pick up your bags and start traveling around the world. You can create memories and start your life again with a fresh beginning with 4-5
Today, November 19, 2017, is the world toilet day. Though this day has gone unnoticed, many countries lack toilets for safe disposal of urine and faeces. As world health organization’s latest report, progress on drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene – 2017, 881 million (12%) of the world population do open defecation. Following is a list
According to the Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health study results published on October, 1 out of 6 deaths in the world is caused by pollution in the year 2015 (Lancet, 2017). As the study estimates suggest, globally 9 million deaths were related to the pollution in some way. Pollution was also responsible for three