The flow of electrons through conductors creates electricity. Ever wondered how birds can sit on electric power cables without getting electrocuted?
How is paper made from wood?
Did you know that paper is made from wood? Yeah! It’s true.
But…how? Trees such as Timber are cut and the bark is removed. Then, the wood is cut into tiny pieces and boiled into a white juice called ‘pulp.’
People cut dogs tails for aesthetic reasons, but there is more and today let’s find out!
Have you ever walked down an alley or gone out alone in the woods? If so, did you see two bright orbs looking directly at you? Well then don’t run. It could be as harmless as a cat. But have you ever wondered why animals eyes glow?
If you are watching the weather news, you will come across words like cyclones, tornadoes, and hurricanes. But did you know what they mean, and how they are formed? Let’s find out!
Oxygen! Our next breath depends on it. It’s what we need to breathe and live! But have you ever wondered where it comes from?
Most of the earth’s oxygen comes from ocean plants called phytoplankton which is a tiny marine algae and is the base of several aquatic food webs, and gives food to snails, dolphins, jellyfish, etc.
Ah, mosquitoes the blood-sucking pesky critters than can ruin our day… Did you know that only female mosquitoes actually bite…
Blood is the fluid in our bodies that keeps us alive. Since it is required to keep us alive and breathing it has to be in a fresh and healthy condition and to do that we eat healthy food of course. It brings the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients from the food we eat and provides it to the body. But have you ever wondered how it does that?
Malaria is a life-threatening illness, caused by a female anopheles mosquito with a parasite that carries a disease called malaria. Once the mosquito bites the host (human or animal), the parasite enters the human’s body and starts destroying the blood cells until the person dies, or is cured.