Every fall, homeowners have the same problem: dead leaves. Trees shed leaves and taint once perfected lawns. To get rid of these leaves, people rake the leaves and assemble them into large piles that trucks come and remove. If these piles are left long enough, they will heat up. On a cold day, steam
CAN INDIA BE THE FOOD BASKET FOR THE WORLD?
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Abstract India can become the food supplier of the world. It has the cultivable land, all the seasons for production of all varieties of fruits and vegetables, an agribus
Because Antarctica is a "polar" region, there is little precipitation, it has no lakes or rivers and is in fact the driest continent. The interior of Antarctica is considered the world's driest desert because the extreme cold freezes water vapour out of the air.
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If you think that the Philippines is a lush, balmy set of islands with warm sunny days throughout the year, you’re mostly right. But we also have cool highlands in the northern portion of the country.
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Imagine walking into a tiny village in Africa, suffering and dying from some unknown virus. As you approach the huts you hear the wails of pure agony from the afflicted tribe members. Coming closer, you smell the stench of vomit mixed with the bitter smell of warm blood. People inside lye dying in p
"Reptiles are abhorrent because of their cold body, pale color, cartilaginous skeleton, filthy skin, fierce aspect, calculating eye, offensive smell, harsh voice, squalid habitation, and terrible venom; wherefore their Creator has not exerted his powers to make many of them."
The Hot Zone Summary | Part 1, Chapter 1 Something in the Forest Summary
Chapter one introduces the reader to Charles Monet. He is a French expatriate working on a sugar plantation in western Kenya. The story begins on New Year's Day, 1980, when Charles and a woman take an overnight trip to Mount
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Zoological Gardens: A Jail for Animals
Since the creation of zoological gardens (the word zoo is going to be used in this research paper for academic purposes), many years ago, animals have
Characteristic- Milkfish can reach a length of about 6 feet but usually are about 5 feet long. Adults are silvery and have a forked tail, large eyes, and a pointed snout. They have a special pouch in the digestive tract for sifting plankton. The jaws are toothless.
Ethical Treatment of Animals
As with most subjects which involve ethics, there is more than one point of view. With ethical treatment of animals it is not different. In fact it is a subject which has caused near war type situations. In example there are people who believe that any time animals
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"Our ancestors viewed the Earth as rich and bountiful, which it is. Many people in the past also saw nature as inexhaustibly sustainable, which we now know is the case only if we care for it. It is not
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Chapter 1 Something in the Forest. The story starts with speaking of the life of a man named Charles Monet. A good-looking man in his mid fifties who lived in Kenya back in 1980. Monet lived in a little bungalow on the private lands of the Nazoia Sugar Factory w
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