Eating habits of Great White sharks
By: Jules Pierre
Contrary to what sensationalist movie makers would have us think, humans are not really part of the great white's regular diet. Occasionally we'll flounder around near the shore when the weather's good but great whites generally prefer slightly deeper waters and, here's the good part...
Physical characteristics of the Hammerhead shark
By: Len Morse
The Hammerhead shark (of the Genus "Sphyrna") is one of the most physically unique of the world's ocean-dwelling creatures. A highly evolved carnivore, it is also an excellent hunter usually found in the world's coastal tropical waters. == Body and Head == The solitary Great...
Sociobiology: An overview
By: Gerhard Adam
One of the key problems in discussing biology is the need to avoid framing everything within the context of human experience. It is important to remember that a significant number of life forms are plants and single-celled organisms. In addition, we have to consider what...
Can animals be homosexual?
By: Frances Ruocco
I hope that this article is not comparing animals and their homosexuality to human beings who are not animals but made in the image of God.There are many differences between animals and human beings in case some of you have not noticed it.The...
By: Janet Grischy
Many sharks look sinister. The Goblin Shark looks sinister and grotesque. It has a ridiculously long snout, much longer than other sharks have. This sharp-looking soft fleshed "nose", the rostrum, hovers over a collection of pointed teeth in a protractible jaw. Protractible means that the...
Eating habits of the Mako shark
By: Angela Donlon-Gatchell
With speeds reaching 22 miles per hour with short bursts of up to 80 miles per hour, the majestic sleek Mako shark lives comfortably amongst its fellow fast-moving pelagic (ocean ocean) fish. Their knifelike non-serrated teeth cut easily through their prey. The mako have an...
Octopus defense mechanisms
By: Tammy L Mahan
The octopus has a few unique defense mechanisms unlike other ocean dwelling occupants, the octopus is not equipped with sharp teeth or poisonous sting rays. They are however exceptionally strong which works to their advantage when capturing their prey.Octopuses have proven to be highly...
By: Tammy L Mahan
An octopus will only reproduce once during its lifetime. The male octopus will die within a month after releasing the sperm packets in to the female's mantle cavity. The female will spend nearly two months fertilizing, laying the eggs and caring for them before they...
By: Sammy Stein
Plants are adapted to every biome you can think of. Unlike animals, plants occupy every niche, from sulphur poools, to Arctic conditions, from deserts to water itself. Plants continue to amaze and survive when all else falls by the wayside.How they do this is...
Can Men get Pregnant
By: Fabienne Michel
Although it is true that this topic is not only debatable on a biological standpoint, but also a sociological one, let's stick to the channel at hand and discuss the biological downfalls of such an act.Physically, men are not equipped to have children. Not...

 

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