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These electron microscopic images of human body will astonish you

Artery Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a a small artery (blood vessel) cut open with RBCs (red coloured) rushing outside. Blood Clot Coloured scanning electron micrograph...

Dolphins talk to each other, recorded first time in history!

For the first time in history, scientists have recorded a full-fledged conversation between two bottlenose dolphins. It was known for years that dolphins use...

These microscopic animals lives on your face!

Did your ever realise that microscopic mites live on your face and entire body through out the life time? These mites called Demodex live...

Giraffes in the world is not a single species, but four

Recent study identified once thought one species of giraffe as four different speceis Carlous Linnaeus described the first Giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis) in his ‘Systema Naturae’ in...

Mother birds can prepare unhatched young ones for climate change

Zebra finch parents detected increasing temperatures and prepared their unhatched young ones to survive in the era of global warming and climate change Many invertebrate...
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How do chameleons change colour?

The secret behind colour change in chameleons revealed Chameleons are famous for their ability to change colour instantly. This ability of chameleons made it one...

First warm blooded fish ever discovered

Lampris guttatus, commonly known as the opah or moonfish, is a large fish with small red fins and can grow up to 61.8 meters...
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Greenland sharks: the longest living vertebrate?

  Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus of the family Somniosidae ("sleeper sharks"), is one of the largest living species of shark living on earth. Their distribution...

What made giant dragon flies in Carboniferous?

Giant dragon flies, as they are commonly called, appears in evolutionary history during Carboniferous period, which lasted from about 359 to 299 million years...

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Anatomy of a Spider

A beautiful image showing the internal anatomy of a spider. A spider's body is divided into two regions, Prosoma, anterior part and Ophisthosoma, the posterior part. Prosoma contains head, antenna and the legs. Everything else is self explanatory.

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