By: Rachel Evans
There are many mysteries still surrounding the Thylacine, or Thylacinus Cynocephalus to use its correct name. It is the only member of the Thylacinidae family to exist within historical times. Better known as a Tasmanian Tiger it is often with shock that people learn that...
By: Unknown poet
Birds are close descendants of dinosaurs. One particular lineage of dinosaurs, ornithischia (or the bird-hipped dinosaurs), gave rise to birds. Dinosaurs started as large, specialized lizards. As they evolved, some developed bird-like features ranging anywhere from "beaks" or feathers to hip placement. The name ornithischia...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Giraffes basically have long necks simply due to survival of the fittest as a process of evolution. In the case of the giraffe this has taken millions of years and their necks have gradually gotten longer as an adaption to their surroundings and as a...
By: Jonte Rhodes
One of the least known and researched branches of Zoology is Cryptozoology. This fascinating field is the study and discovery of species of animals that have yet to be discovered or proved to exist. To this end species such as the Loch Ness monster, Bigfoot...
By: David Wright
Photosynthesis is a very complex process in which carbon dioxide is converted by plants (and other photosynthetic organisms) into carbohydrates by using the energy absorbed from light. A very simplistic way that the process can be seen is as a reversal of respiration. Photosynthesis...
By: Jeff Casto
The Golgi apparatus is a tiny, cellular organelle with a big job. Usually located near the nucleus, it is responsible for modifying, packaging, and distributing proteins and other macromolecules. In animal cells, there is usually only one Golgi apparatus, but plant cells often have more...
By: Jon Dough
I will use this forum to discuss the meaning behind Darwin's theory of evolution. I will first explain the scientific definition of "theory," as its scientific definition differs from common usage. Theory is used in science as a means for explanation of a phenomenon...
By: Christopher Brown - 292336
Over the last 300 years, scientists estimate that more than 150 vertebrate species have become extinct. There was the dodo, the Tasmanian tiger, and most recently the black-horned rhino. Now, according to researchers at Australian National University, we may have another, more prominent species to...
By: Spicer
When it comes to the creation verses evolution debt some have said that the majority of us are not experts. Not expert on the science and not expert on the spiritual. That probably is true of the general population, but for those of us who...
By: Mario Gpe. Lopez Perez
THE WILD LIFE AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS.When I worked in the Mexican Forest Service, I occurred to account of that existed diverse national and foreign organizations whom they looked for to protect to the wild species, because this was a form to protect the...

 

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