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Who doesn’t like to draw and visualize the shape of stars on the canvas of their imagination? Stars are one of the unique creation of God and their significance into the symbols being used around the world in different context. Knowing about how this…
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Its amazing and full of curiosity that How Do Butterflies Taste And Eat Their Food? We eat our food, depending on wherewith it tastes, We can thank the taste buds on our tongue for that important features of holding period. but butterflies are a bit…
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Sharks are some of the most amazing creatures on this planet. They are fearless predators, and they have the immense amount of power. Shark’s body shaped like a torpedo permits them to cruise the waters without any hurdles and their powerful tail helps…
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We have all experienced effects of sunlight on our skin and hair, whether sunbathing at beach or using a tanning bed at the salon. Oddly, the sun lighten hair but darken skin. This strange quirk of nature come down to a matter of life and death.…
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That’s True Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table that is that is highly flammable Reason: The reaction between Hydrogen and Oxygen is very exothermic so that as soon as the reaction starts a large amount of heat energy is generated and the…
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It’s possible to get sick or even die from drinking too much water Reason: a healthy kidney at rest can excrete 800 to 1,000 millilitres, or 0.79 to 0.98 Liter, of water and therefore a person can drink water at a rate of 800 to 1,000 millilitres per hour…
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It’s possible to get sick or even die from drinking too much water Reason: a healthy kidney at rest can excrete 800 to 1,000 millilitres, or 0.79 to 0.98 Liter, of water and therefore a person can drink water at a rate of 800 to 1,000 millilitres per hour…
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