Not only humans, some animals are able to make mass migration in certain periods. Arctic sea pigeons can migrate as far as 50,000 miles away. It’s great isn’t it? The secret of animal migration remain a mystery to scientists, especially how animals navigate without being lost and able to avoid dangers such as storms or… Read More »
Fingerprint is an identity that exists in every human being that distinguishes humans from one another, because every human’s fingerprints patterns is unique. But have you ever experienced a problem with your fingerprints? For example your fingerprint is difficult to scan or its missing? Could this happen?
If there is a question about the example of mutualism in nature, some people might give the answer: termites and their flagellates, namely a flanged protist in a termite’s stomach. However, the symbiotic mutualism of termite turns out not only with flagellate, but with all the contents of the stomach.
In the past, when human knowledge of chemical reactions was not as deep as it is today, many people drink water from anywhere, such as rivers and lakes, without knowing the dangers contained in the water. Previous people never thought that the water they drank had been contaminated, or the food they ate contained a… Read More »
The depths of the ocean still keep a variety of lives that have not been revealed. Proof is the research team managed to find hundreds of thousands of new viruses during inter-polar expeditions. When they did an expedition to study marine life, they found 195,728 viruses that had almost never been known before.