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Desert Ants in search for food!

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All organisms cannot survive without food. Food is the substance that provides nutritional support to our body and is the form of energy that is essential for everyday function. But, how do we find food? The answer is simple: we … Continue reading

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A New Phenomenon: African Elephants Know Who You Are From Your Voice and Language!

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Do you remember seeing a picture of a massive animal with big ears in your fifth grade biology class? This picture was probably an African elephant! In class you discovered that African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth, … Continue reading

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The rise in CO2 levels slows vision and interfers with GABA receptors in damselfish

Every day humans are emitting carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere and causing problems to the environment. The first issue that comes to mind is always global warming and how the earth is going to melt away. I hope you … Continue reading

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