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Tanager Facts: Description, Behavior, Diet and Reproduction

The tanagers comprise the bird family Thraupidae, in the order Passeriformes. The family has a Neotropical distribution. The Thraupidae are the second-largest family of...

What’s the difference between snakes and legless lizards?

What is the name of a reptile that has no no legs? If you answered “snake,” you would be right, well somewhat. Why? Did...

Amazon Milk Frog: Description, Habitat, Reproduction and Fun Facts

The Mission golden-eyed tree frog or Amazon milk frog (Trachycephalus resinifictrix) is a large species of arboreal frog native to the Amazon Rainforest in...

What You Can Do to Help Protect Coral Reefs?

No matter where you live, hundreds of miles away or near the coast, there are numerous things that you can do to preserve coral...

Dwarf Sperm Whale – Description, Behavior, Diet, Habitat & More

The dwarf sperm whale is a toothed whale named after the waxy substance, spermaceti, found in its head. This organ is a sac of...

How the first life on Earth survived its biggest threat – water?

Living things depend on the availability of water, but it breaks down DNA and other vital molecules. So how did the oldest cells deal...

Why Do Humpback Whales Breach?

Cetacean surfacing behavior or breaching is a bunch of strange behaviors exhibited by the Cetacea infraorder when they arrive on the water's surface to...

6 facts about Cobra Lily: The plant that thinks it’s a snake

Arisaema, also called cobra lily, or cobra plant is a carnivorous plant species. The largest concentration of species is in Japan and China, with...

Do Whales and Dolphins Grieve for their Dead?

Unlike humans, reportedly, whales do not have tear ducts that humans and other land animals use to cry. However, they do have tear organs...

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