The habitat of coyotes
By: PK Hawk
Coyotes are perhaps the most adaptable animal in nature. They are most at home in places like the desert, mountains and plains of nearly every continent except for the Arctic and the Antarctic. They are right at home or can adapt to just about any...
Why lions and tigers should be the same species
By: Daniel Khalil
Panthera leo (Lion) and Panthera tigris (Tiger) are two large feline animals that are strikingly similar. The genus Panthera is comprised of the Lion, Tiger, Panther, and Leopard, all of which are in the "cat" family: Felidae. Generally, one assumes that the great tigers and...
By: M E Skeel
Cladocerans are also known as water fleas. They are crustaceans in the Class Branchiopoda and Order Cladocera. All but a few of the 400 species live in freshwater. Cladocerans are distinctive looking with a large unpaired eye in a foreward facing head on an upright...
Causes of worldwide amphibian declines
By: Judith Willson
Many of us enjoyed watching tadpoles develop into froglets when we were children. Sometimes you got a surprise when that tadpole become a newt, not a frog. Today though there are a lot less frogs. Unfortunately they and their relatives worldwide are in serious trouble...
By: Ashley Sayer
Bumble Bee vs. a Carpenter Bee Bumble Bee and Carpenter bees have a lot of the same characteristics but they also have many differences. The carpenter bee actually lives in wood. That’s where they actually got their name; they are also known as a...
What is the difference between bumble bees and carpenter bees
By: Edward James
When you see a large buzzing insect what do you usually associate it with? Is it a bumble bee or is it a carpenter bee? Would you be able to tell the difference? Whilst the two insects are similar on closer inspection you will see...
What is the difference between bumble bees and carpenter bees
By: Peter Stern
There are some clear differences between bumble bees and carpenter bees. Spring is here and so are more birds and insects. As April brings us showers, more flowers appear and we are certain to see more bees around our homes and gardens. For most of...
Human Genetic Mutation
By: Jared Rydalch
To simply sum it up, why not? With the current acceleration of development of technology, we may very well be able to activate a series of microbots that physically alter our characteristics on command. That could be one solution, however, one must remember that this...
By: Terrence Aym
Back in the 1800s a legend grew in the wilds of Idaho about the 'monster worm' that could choke a horse and fend off predators by spitting. Old-timers back then referred to the creature as the spitting worm; those with a more scientific bent dubbed...
Will we have the Ability to Morph into Animals or at least Develop their Traits
By: Winter Maza
Imagine, for a moment, that science has made astounding achievements in human/ animal DNA Gnome splicing, allowing for greater strength (gorilla), longer & stronger brain functions (sharks) faster running capabilities (cheetahs, pumas, panthers). and then let's take that just a little further, because our...

 

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