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Yaks are cattle with long hair covering every inch of their bodies. They can be roughly divided into domesticated (Bos grunniens) and wild (Bos mutus). Yaks are high-altitude relatives of cattle. They spend their life thriving through the harsh chilly of Tibet.  So their body is covered with thick fur undercoat to protect them from …

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Everyone’s tolerance for chili pepper is different. This fruit of plants of the genus Capsicum, which are members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae, is the chili pepper, sometimes known as chili pepper or more commonly just referred to as a “chili.” Despite the fact that chilis are sometimes considered vegetables, their primary use in food …

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Did you know that hummingbirds are the only bird that can fly backward? This beautiful little hummingbird is distinguished by their long, narrow beaks and swiftly beating wings. Their name comes from the unusual quality of being able to fly quickly and the humming sound made by the beating of their wings. Hummingbirds can fly …

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  Did you know that pearls are named “Queen of Jewelry” because of their everlasting charm that has attracted individuals ever since it was originally discovered until today? This is the only gemstone that comes from a living creature. The oysters from which they originate from living are also eaten as seafood, and the oyster’s …

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Did you know that the very first microscopes were used to study insects, and they were nicknamed “Flea Glasses”? This apparatus is a scientific instrument “that produces enlarged images of small objects.” The word “microscope” comes from the ancient Greek words meaning “small” and “to see”. Using a microscope in your science class would be …

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A flask is a type of container made of glass. They are a common piece of apparatus used in laboratories.  The amount of volume they can store, which is expressed in metric units like liters (L) or milliliters, determines the size of the object (mL). Depending on what they are used for, their design varies, …

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A coin is a tiny, flat, spherical piece of metal that is primarily used as legal cash or as a means of transaction. Coins are often constructed of metal, metal alloys, or occasionally synthetic materials. They have been produced for approximately 2600 years and are typically disc-shaped. Coins are the most common form of payment. …

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I’m sure that this product is very familiar to you since we saw this always in the kitchen and also this is added to many different dishes. Onions are bulb-shaped vegetables that grow underground. Onions may have several health benefits, mostly due to their high content of antioxidants and sulfur-containing compounds. Onions vary in size, …

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The dragon is a mythical being found in the worlds of myth, legend, and fantasy. Chinese culture, European culture, South American culture, and many more all include dragon tales. Dragons may resemble dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Because of this, it is simple to imagine that those creatures could have served as an illustration for …

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The radish is a member of the Brassicaceae family of edible root vegetables that was domesticated in pre-Roman Europe. There are many different types of radishes, each with its own size, color, form, and amount of time needed for cultivation. Radish has been grown as a root vegetable since before the Roman era. Radishes are …

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Carrots are good for your health. Packed with beta-carotene, a pigment that gives carrots their bright orange color, carrots help maintain healthy eyes, skin, teeth, and muscles. Carrots are also rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant compounds. As part of a balanced diet, they can help support immune function, reduce the risk of some cancers, …

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  The umbrella was initially created as sun protection and served as a prestige symbol for servants over royalty and other people of high rank. Coverings included feathers, leaves, paper, and silk, some of which had been oiled or varnished to make them waterproof. The ribs were originally composed of cane and then whalebone, but …

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A snake is a type of reptile that has no limbs or legs and a long, lean body. Snakes are closely related to lizards. There are about 2900 species, or kinds, of snakes. The best-known snakes include cobras, vipers, boas, and pythons.  Snakes are found throughout the world except near the North and South poles. …

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The blackcurrant, also known as cassis, is a deciduous shrub of the Grossulariaceae family that is planted for its tasty berries. It is found in a temperate region of central and northern Europe, as well as northern Asia, where it likes moist fertile soil. Both commercially and domestically, it is widely grown. Did you learn …

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Donkeys have been the ‘helping hooves’ of humanity for thousands of years – they are the originals for thousands of years – they are the original beast of burden. They are the preferred means of transportation in many countries and situations around the world. Donkeys, unlike horses, are more of an all-terrain animal. Contrary to …

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Did you know that Nightingale is also known as the “night songstress”?  Because this lovely little bird has a romantic, melodious song that can be heard both day and night. Only males can sing. The purpose of singing is to attract females during the mating season. But the melodious song is be heard during the …

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The potato bug is also commonly called a Colorado potato beetle. This has a hemispheric form with red-orange or yellow in color with black stripes on its wing cover. They move around using their six spider-like legs. Their legs help them in digging into the ground, where they spend much of their life. This kind …

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Almost everyone has been bitten by a mosquito at some point in their lives. Mosquito bites can cause skin irritation because of an allergic reaction to the mosquito’s saliva, which results in a red bump and itching. However, the transmission of dangerous infections and viruses such as malaria, dengue fever, Zika, and West Nile virus, …

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These amazing insects are formidable predators. They feature a long “neck, or elongated thorax, with triangular heads. With two large compound eyes and three simple eyes located between them, Mantids can spin their heads 180 degrees to scan their environment. They are typically green or brown in color and well camouflaged on the plants they …

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A calculator is a machine that makes the life of the students easier in performing mathematics problems. Most calculators, for example, can add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Some calculators can also do square roots, while more advanced calculators can assist with calculus and drawing function graphs. This kind of machine is found anywhere. You can …

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Apatosaurus is another name for Brontosaurus. Brontosaurus is a Latin for “Thunder Lizard.” They existed roughly 150 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. Brontosaurus was one of the largest beasts that had lived. Did you know that Brontosaurus is a plant-eater, but they ate the food without chewing it? There are what they called …

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Turtles can be found in many different climates and are classified as either aquatic, semi-aquatic, or semi-terrestrial. But no matter where they live, all turtles need water for either swimming or soaking. Some also need to “bask” on dry land. The amount of each need depends on the specific species. Turtles are some of the …

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Imagine how many candies you could get if you had eight arms? Octopus are sea creatures with eight arms and round heads that are well-known. The eight tentacles of the octopus are one of its most distinguishing features. They are also known because of the dark liquid called “ink” that comes out.  This ink will …

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Flamingos have excellent hearing but a poor sense of smell. Their feathers lose their color soon after being shed and flamingos love having company. More than one million lesser flamingos may gather in East Africa, forming the largest bird flock. For them to fly, they must run a few paces to gain enough speed to …

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Did you know that the word “rhinoceros” comes from the Greek word “rhino” which means nose and “ceros” means horn? Their horns are occasionally sold as trophies or decorations, but they are more commonly ground up and used in Chinese medicines. There are some people who are collecting the horns from the animals. Some hang …

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Violets are appreciated for their everlasting beauty. Violets attract a variety of insects, including butterflies and hummingbirds. These stunning blooms not only enhance the beauty of your landscape but also carry a wealth of symbolic value. If you haven’t given the deeper meaning of violet blossoms, now is the time. The sweet-scented violet flower represents …

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Tulips come in a variety of colors, each of which represents something different. Tulips are traditionally symbolized love and the onset of spring. Red tulips represent true love, white tulips say, “I’m sorry,” and purple symbolized royalty. A number-colored bouquet of the blossoms, interestingly, is thought to be a compliment to the recipient’s eyes. This …

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Did you know that an apple a day keeps the doctor away?  Apples are highly nutritious fruit with numerous health benefits. They’re high in antioxidants and fiber. Eating them has been associated with a lower risk of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Apples can help you lose weight and boost your stomach and cognitive health. …

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