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Why whales don't have a stroke while diving

Some whale species can dive hundreds or thousands of meters deep. Yet they suffer no damage to the head: thanks to a special network of blood vessels. Sperm whales can dive up to a thousand meters deep, gray whales migrate thousands of kilometers th...

Kevin · 23 September 2022 · 41

Bad Or Slow Healing Could Be A Sign Of Something Else

Having little social life can make wounds heal more slowly. Sounds Weird? But Ohio State University (USA) confirms this, and despite the fact that the experiment was conducted on mice, its findings can also be applied to humans due to our organic res...

Bhuvan Sharma · 13 February · 2

Eagle Cams Unveiled: A Window into the Lives of Majestic Raptors

Eagle cams, once a niche fascination, have now become a global phenomenon, offering an intimate glimpse into the hidden world of these majestic birds. This article explores the evolution, impact, and diverse aspects of eagle cams, shaping our underst...

[email protected] · 01 January · 1

A Symphony of Colors: Creating a Butterfly-Friendly Garden

Gardens have the remarkable ability to become vibrant ecosystems, attracting a multitude of visitors, each with its own role in the intricate dance of nature. Among these enchanting guests, butterflies emerge as ethereal per...

Rehan Ahmad · 29 December 2023 · 1

Responsible Tree Removal: Navigating the Decision in San Antonio

In the dynamic urban landscape of San Antonio, where the beauty of nature intertwines with the city's growth, there are moments when tree removal becomes a necessary consideration. While trees are cherished for their ecological and aesthetic contribu...

borva manish · 31 December 2023 · 1

Coniferous vs. Deciduous Trees: Unveiling the Contrasts in Nature's Canopy

In the vast tapestry of Earth's flora, two primary types of trees, coniferous and deciduous, stand in stark contrast, each contributing to the rich diversity of our planet's ecosystems. From their distinct foliage and reproductive strategies to the...

Rehan Ahmad · 22 January · 2

Feathered Friends or Foes? The Power of Bird Netting

Birds can be a delightful addition to your outdoor space, adding a touch of nature and serenity to your surroundings. However, there are times when these feathered friends can become more of a nuisance than a pleasure. If you've ever found your garde...

ricata9660 · 16 October 2023 · 3

The Joys of Bird Watching: Discovering the Beauty of Nature

Bird watching is a popular hobby that has been enjoyed by people all around the world for centuries. It is a relaxing and rewarding activity that allows you to appreciate the beauty of nature and the diversity of bird species. Whether you are a seaso...

manefa · 13 February 2023 · 4