By: Alesha Carey
The definition of Anthrax Anthrax is an infectious disease that is caused by spore-forming bacteria called Bacillus Anthracis. It occurs mainly in warm-blooded animals, but can also infect humans.Getting Anthrax Anthrax within humans is very rare in the U.S. Anyone can come about...
By: Samantha Amstutz
Today happens to be one of the most exciting days because your son will be born. He will grow up to be a 6'3'' replica of masculine perfection: straight white teeth, tanned skin, brown hair, blue eyes, intelligence and an alluring body to attract all...
By: Marnie Bush
Charles Darwin was a geologist, great collector, and was the English naturalist who provided evidence of what he liked to call natural selection. Natural selection is a process where the popular, or dominant traits become more and more often seen as generations of an organism...
By: Matt Doughten
Poisonous snakes, deadly scorpions, mosquitoes. If the last word does not seem to bepotentially deadly, you are mistaken. Mosquitoes have been responsible for killing morepeople than all the wars. Today, two to three million people will die from malaria. Tens ofmillions will die or become...
By: Marnie Bush
Birds are most likely descended from Dinosaurs. Birds are classified as avian dinosaurs, and although this may seem different to you, are reptiles. There is a lot of evidence toward this theory, including the similarities between birds and the Maniraptoran, and the Dromaeosaur, two different...
By: Julia Lustig
There are many questions brought to our minds about anthrax. Some have questions as to what anthrax really is, how you come in contact with it, how common it is, how it's transmitted, what the symptoms are, so on and so forth. This article will...
By: Justin Sullivan
Of course anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by Bacillus anthracis. But how common is anthrax and how is it transmitted?Anthrax is mostly found in developing areas (second and third-world countries), especially in agricultural areas, where it is prevalent in animals. These areas...
By: Vincent Pauletti
Adaptive traits vary across the entire animal kingdom. Many of these traits have to do with environmental changes over time, and a species' ability to adapt to the changes around them. Often, these adaptive traits are not clear, and some scientists hold opposing views as...
By: Vincent Pauletti
In the last twenty years, the lineage of modern humans has been widely accepted as complete. Several genus of Homo are recognized beginning with Homo habilis around 2.4 million years ago (Jones et. al 242) and ending with anatomically modern humans, around 130,000...
By: Lauren Reynolds
Animals need to be able to find resources in order to survive and reproduce. However, wondering around randomly is inefficient and can't provide any sure means of survival. For this reason, most animals have evolved strategies to orient themselves towards goals in their environment. When...

 

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