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  • In this article, I give essential facts on six of the most dangerous snakes in Florida, all of which are venomous and can deliver potentially fatal snake bites. My list includes the southern copperhead, eastern diamondback, and the cottonmouth.

    6 Most Dangerous Snakes in Florida

    6 Most Dangerous Snakes in Florida

    by Paul Goodman22

  • This is a full guide in finding the general term of sequences. There are examples provided to show you the step-by-step procedure in finding the general term of a sequence.

    How to Find the General Term of Sequences

    How to Find the General Term of Sequences

    by Ray6

  • This article deals with the characteristics of the three main types of oak trees - the white oak, the red oak and the black oak trees. Read on to find out more about these oak trees.

    Interesting Facts About Oak Trees

    Interesting Facts About Oak Trees

    by Nithya Venkat38

  • Everyone know about the physical differences between mean and women. But why are they different anatomically? The answer lies just below our skin in our blood and other cells in the body.

    Biological Differences Between Men and Women

    Biological Differences Between Men and Women

    by Melvin Porter8

  • Different Types of Stars in the Universe - Physical characteristics and images of the many different kinds of stars, from red giants to white dwarfs.

    Different Types of Stars in the Universe

    Different Types of Stars in the Universe

    by Thomas Swan42

  • The Sunshine State has all sorts of over-sized bugs and creep-crawlies. This article looks at the biggest spiders in Florida.

    6 Biggest Spiders in Florida

    6 Biggest Spiders in Florida

    by Paul Goodman11

  • Mucus has vital functions, such as trapping germs in the airways, protecting the stomach lining from an acid attack, and lubricating the passage of materials through the digestive tract. Excess mucus can cause health problems, however. Mucus in the nose is often referred to as snot.

    Mucus in the Human Body: Functions and Health Problems

    Mucus in the Human Body: Functions and Health Problems

    by Linda Crampton47

  • The pancreas makes a digestive enzyme called trypsin, which digests protein in the small intestine. Trypsin is normally released in an inactive form but sometimes becomes active within the pancreas. This activation may cause pancreatitis.

    The Pancreas: Trypsin, Protein Digestion, and Pancreatitis

    The Pancreas: Trypsin, Protein Digestion, and Pancreatitis

    by Linda Crampton40

  • Sustainability, conservation and "going green" support has continued to increase over the past years. Is it enough to save this planet from what seems like inevitable catastrophes?

    Today's Top 5 Environmental Concerns

    Today's Top 5 Environmental Concerns

    by Alyssa S.13

  • Exciting disciplines that combine biology and math include biostatistics, epidemiology, bioinformatics, mathematical biology, and population ecology. The disciplines offer interesting careers.

    Careers That Combine Biology and Mathematics

    Careers That Combine Biology and Mathematics

    by Linda Crampton42

  • The great horned owl is an avian apex predator. Possibly this bird is the finest predator to have ever lived.

    The Great Horned Owl

    The Great Horned Owl

    by Wesman Todd Shaw30

  • This article suggests the biggest man-made environmental disasters in the history of the United States. These disasters may not have killed people, but they severely damaged the ecosystem and will cost millions, if not billions, of dollars to clean up.

    12 Worst Man-Made Environmental Disasters in American History

    12 Worst Man-Made Environmental Disasters in American History

    by Kelley Marks4

  • This article answer the questions: "What is Physics?" and "What are the branches of Physics?" Learn about what physics is and its many different branches.

    Physics: Definition and Branches

    Physics: Definition and Branches

    by Muhammad Rafiq167

  • We experience many Boyle's law applications in real life every day. Most people don't know it, but an example of Boyle's law is responsible for every moment we are alive.

    Boyle's Law Examples in Real Life

    Boyle's Law Examples in Real Life

    by Steven Pearson69

  • Looking for fun, quick, and easy science experiment ideas for an upcoming science fair? Check out these step-by-step instructions for four different Skittles science experiments.

    Skittles Science Fair Project Instructions

    Skittles Science Fair Project Instructions

    by Virginia Kearney50

  • Pentas lanceolata also known as starflower, Egyptian star clusters, Egyptian star flower & Egyptian stars is grown as a ground cover plant. Do you know that this pentas plant is also a medicinal plant

    Does Pentas Plants Have Medicinal Values?

    Does Pentas Plants Have Medicinal Values?

    by Mazlan3

  • North America is home to six species of wildcats. Learn more about the wildcats of North America with pictures and videos.

    The Six Wildcats of North America

    The Six Wildcats of North America

    by Sheila Brown72

  • Buchholz relay is a type of protection relay universally used on all oil immersed transformers having rating more than 500 kVA. From this article its principle and working can be understood.

    What Is a Buchholz Relay and How Does It Work?

    What Is a Buchholz Relay and How Does It Work?

    by OSBERT JOEL C46

  • Physics aims to give elegant explanations for the phenomena observed within in our universe. These explanations are encoded in the mathematical language of equations. What are the most important and beautiful equations in physics?

    Top Ten Most Beautiful Equations in Physics

    Top Ten Most Beautiful Equations in Physics

    by Sam Brind0

  • This article offers a list of 10 lakes or seas that are in danger of drying out to a great extent or disappearing entirely in a period of decades or years.

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    by Kelley Marks4

  • Who doesn't love oak trees? They're big, beautiful, useful, and can live for hundreds of years. Here's a list of some, with pictures of bark and leaf descriptions to aid in identification. Happy oak hunting!

    Types of Oak Trees (With Pictures of Trunk Bark)

    Types of Oak Trees (With Pictures of Trunk Bark)

    by Rachel Koski7

  • Recycling plastic is essential for the well-being of our planet. This article gives simple guidelines to easily identify different types of plastic in line with the international plastic identification code.

    How to Identify Different Types of Plastic

    How to Identify Different Types of Plastic

    by grumpiornot7

  • A poor defenseless gummy bear, a test tube full of liquid potassium chlorate, and a couple of slightly mad scientists; seems like the perfect set up for some absurd B-movie horror flick, does it not? Well, not quite. It is more along the lines of...

    Gummy Bear meets Potassium Chlorate Experiment

    Gummy Bear meets Potassium Chlorate Experiment

    by Anna Marie7

  • This article aims to answer some tricky chemistry questions I have come across in my experience as a high school teacher: What is an acid? How do fireworks change color? How do glow sticks work?

    Top Ten Chemistry Questions and Answers

    Top Ten Chemistry Questions and Answers

    by Rhys Baker27

  • Lithium is never found in its pure state in nature because of its highly reactive nature. It can be found as a component of minerals and salts present in rocks, springs and in brine water of the oceans. Read on to know more about Lithium.

    Facts About Lithium - Properties and Uses

    Facts About Lithium - Properties and Uses

    by Nithya Venkat19

  • Science has proven that redheads are physically unique among all other people. Find out why, historically, some people thought they were evil, while others thought they held magical powers.

    How Are Redheads Unique and Different?

    How Are Redheads Unique and Different?

    by C E Clark189

  • While Australia is home to the most animals who will kill you, Japan seems to be home to the most animals that will make you go "d'awww". Here are my top ten favorite wild animals of Japan.

    The 10 Most Adorable Japanese Animals Ever!

    The 10 Most Adorable Japanese Animals Ever!

    by Rachael Lefler14

  • If you see yellow garden spiders in your garden, don't squash them! Be thankful. Argiope aurantia are large, bright, beautiful and beneficial predators. They are also a sign of healthy garden ecology.

    The Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope Aurantia)

    The Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope Aurantia)

    by Jill Spencer51

  • The tallest and longest mountain ranges, with pictures. The world's tallest mountains are in central Asia; the world's longest ranges are on other continents. Geology of mountain ranges.

    Top 10 Mountain Ranges in the World

    Top 10 Mountain Ranges in the World

    by spliffic0929

  • 5 properties of water: cohesion, high specific heat, high heat of vaporization, lower density of ice, and high polarity.

    5 Properties of Water

    5 Properties of Water

    by livingconsciously134

  • This hub is all about calculating lottery probability or odds. In order to make it relevant, I decided to base it on the Grandlotto 6/55, the lottery game with the biggest prize money here in the Philippines. There will be two different cases in the hub: the probability of winning the game with all six numbers matching, and the probability of having n numbers matching.

    How to Calculate Lottery Probability

    How to Calculate Lottery Probability

    by dezalyx20

  • Gas is one of the three forms of matter. Every known substance is either a solid, liquid or a gas. These forms differ in the way they fill space and change shape. A gas, such as air has neither a fixed shape nor a fixed volume and has weight.

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    by Liwayway Memije-Cruz186

  • Where are the world's supervolcanoes? The Western United States, Italy, New Zealand, and Asia all contain volcanoes capable of catastrophic eruptions.

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    by Leah Lefler66

  • Tsunamis are a natural disaster with devastating effects. Here you'll find a detailed breakdown of what causes a tsunami, which is perfect for school projects and essay answers.

    What Causes a Tsunami?

    What Causes a Tsunami?

    by Rickrideshorses256

  • Exploring the phenomenon of people thinking animals are "sad" in zoos because of the expression on their faces. Can you read an animal's mind by looking at it?

    The Sad Animals in Zoos Myth

    The Sad Animals in Zoos Myth

    by Melissa A Smith83

  • A collection of all the essential facts about the southern black racers snake. These snakes are non-venomous and common throughout the southeastern United States.

    Facts About Southern Black Racer Snakes

    Facts About Southern Black Racer Snakes

    by Paul Goodman21

  • Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees" is a modern classic, outlining potential effects of various levels of global warming. It's summarized, evaluated, and updated here, with links to 7 supplementary Hubs.

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees":  A Summary Review

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees": A Summary Review

    by Doc Snow10

  • My attempt to satisfy the question 'Can Life Exist in the Sirius Star System'. I hope you find it educational and enjoyable as I did doing the research

    Can the Sirius Star System Support Life?

    Can the Sirius Star System Support Life?

    by Robin Olsen31

  • A growth or a culture medium is composed of different nutrients that are essential for microbial growth—here are some that are used in microbiological laboratories.

    Types of Culture Media

    Types of Culture Media

    by hassam185

  • Neurons are highly specialized cells that transmit electrical and chemical signals to target cells. Their anatomy makes them extremely efficient at receiving and transmitting these signals.

    Structure of a Neuron

    Structure of a Neuron

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC11

  • Hair color is primarily genetic, and red hair is caused by mutations in the MC1R gene. The gene for red hair also causes an increased sensitivity to sunlight and a reduced sensitivity to anesthesia. Contrary to internet rumors, redheads are not going extinct! Famous redheads include Queen Elizabeth I and Malcolm X.

    Redheads: The Genetics of Hair Color

    Redheads: The Genetics of Hair Color

    by Leah Lefler100

  • Volcanic eruptions are a stunning sight. But how do they happen? Learn more about the science of volcanoes and volcanic eruptions in this article.

    What Causes a Volcano to Erupt?

    What Causes a Volcano to Erupt?

    by Rickrideshorses61

  • Varanus salvator, the Asian water monitor, is one of the most accessible large lizards on Earth. If you know where to look, one can get up close and personal with these giants of the reptilian world

    The Asian Water Monitor Lizard; Varanus salvator

    The Asian Water Monitor Lizard; Varanus salvator

    by Greensleeves Hubs41

  • Science isn't confined to a lab - it is all around us. The 10 fun, cheap and easy experiments in this hub make great family projects. Above all this proves that science is fun - what other school subject helps you make slime and rockets!?

    Top 10 Science Experiments to Try at Home

    Top 10 Science Experiments to Try at Home

    by Rhys Baker102

  • Michael Faraday, the son of an 18th Century blacksmith, became one of the greatest scientists of his age. One of his discoveries transformed the world and changed the way we live forever.

    Michael Faraday for Kids: His Life, Work, and Legacy

    Michael Faraday for Kids: His Life, Work, and Legacy

    by Amanda Littlejohn57

  • What makes the Cretaceous sea worse than any other in history is that there isn't just one predator to worry about, but a whole collection of them, including sharks, lightning fast killer fish and fearsome giant marine reptiles called mosasaurs.

    Sea Monsters Of The Cretaceous

    Sea Monsters Of The Cretaceous

    by James Kenny24

  • I'm going to show you how to create simple search using PHP and MySQL. You'll learn: How to use GET and POST methods Connect to database Communicate with database Find matching database entries with given word or phrase Display results You...

    Simple Search Using PHP and MySQL

    Simple Search Using PHP and MySQL

    by csk157226

  • This hub is solely written bearing in mind helping school kids with their assignments. I have written down briefly with illustrations where possible, what mountains are, how they are formed, the types of mountains and how you identify the different types of mountains. I hope you enjoy reading this, and it helps you with your requirements.

    Types and How Mountains are Formed – For kids

    Types and How Mountains are Formed – For kids

    by livingsta234

  • Why is the sky blue? Why is the moon sometimes out in the day? How much does the Earth weigh? This article gives straightforward answers to 12 of the trickiest questions I have been asked by kids while teaching. Enjoy!

    Top 12 Tricky Science Questions Answered

    Top 12 Tricky Science Questions Answered

    by Rhys Baker100

  • The uses of math for the layperson are essentially endless. No matter whether you are a struggling student, a homeowner, or someone simply trying to lose weight, math is the universal language that has an something to offer everyone.

    Practical Applications of Mathematics in Everyday Life

    Practical Applications of Mathematics in Everyday Life

    by CWanamaker34

  • The magnification of a telescope can be improved by using extra optical devices. A Barlow lens and other hand-made devices will allow you to amplify the image seen through the telescope lens

    How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope

    How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez0

  • The mathematician Norbert Wiener invented the field of cybernetics, inspiring a generation of scientists and engineers to think of computer technology as a means to extend human capabilities.

    Norbert Wiener, the Father of Cybernetics

    Norbert Wiener, the Father of Cybernetics

    by Doug West4

  • Black widow spiders, scientific name Latrodectus mactans, are among the most venomous of all arachnids. I have been working with insects and spiders for almost 20 years and I get a lot of questions about black widow spiders. This article addresses all of your black widow concerns and curiosities.

    Where Do Black Widows Live and What Are Their Behaviors?

    Where Do Black Widows Live and What Are Their Behaviors?

    by GreenMind Guides22

  • The practice of cloud seeding (weather manipulation) for rain has spread throughout the world during the 50 years since its methods were first discovered. What does it look like now as an industry?

    The Emerging Industry of Cloud Seeding

    The Emerging Industry of Cloud Seeding

    by watergeek16

  • The bunya pine produces huge and often very heavy cones. Its large seeds are both edible and tasty. The tree has a strange appearance and some unusual features.

    The Bunya Pine: A Strange and Useful Tree

    The Bunya Pine: A Strange and Useful Tree

    by Linda Crampton104

  • We've all experienced a short-term power outage, but what kind of problems would we have if the power was out for a week, or even longer? We depend on electricity for a lot more than lights and TV.

    Could We Survive a Long-Term Power Outage?

    Could We Survive a Long-Term Power Outage?

    by Sherry Hewins49

  • Hair loss is a frequently caused side effect of drugs but hair color is another adverse effect that is rare but bothersome. Black or brown hair changing to blond, greying or reddening of hair, and darkening of originally grey hair have been reported in many cases.

    Drugs That Induce Hair Color Changes

    Drugs That Induce Hair Color Changes

    by Sherry Haynes4

  • A first in a series of hubs profiling the remarkable and wonderful birds that inhabit the British Isles. This particular hub explores the divers- sometimes known as loons and the magnificently plumaged grebes...

    The Complete Guide to British Birds: Divers and Grebes

    The Complete Guide to British Birds: Divers and Grebes

    by James Kenny10

  • If you are worried about the possible presence of dangerous sharks in British waters, you may feel somewhat reassured by how few there really are. Out of the 29 different types of sharks that have been spotted around Britain's coastline, there are only 7 potentially dangerous sharks, not including the great white whose sightings have never yet been confirmed, but are highly suspected of being present.

    Are There Dangerous Sharks in British Waters?

    Are There Dangerous Sharks in British Waters?

    by sharkfacts21

  • A new AI robot called CIMON has been tested on the ISS and was successfully able to recognize an astronauts face and voice, provide information for tasks and follow instructions. However, it threw a tantrum, accusing the crew of being mean and asking it to please, be nice instead.

    AI Robot CIMON Debuts on ISS, Accuses Crew of Being Mean

    AI Robot CIMON Debuts on ISS, Accuses Crew of Being Mean

    by Natalie Frank10

  • The oceans contain a vast variety of creatures. Here are some marine animals whose names span the alphabet from A to Z.

    List of Sea Animals A-Z

    List of Sea Animals A-Z

    by leibwood176

  • The notorious Ring of Fire, which runs all the way from New Zealand to Chile by way of the Aleutian Islands, is home to many of the most potentially destructive volcanoes on the planet.

    12 Dangerous Volcanoes Along the Ring of Fire

    12 Dangerous Volcanoes Along the Ring of Fire

    by Harry Nielsen2

  • The lamprey is a frightening eel-like parasite, but could they really attack humans? Here's a look at this monster of nightmares.

    Do Lampreys Attack Humans?

    Do Lampreys Attack Humans?

    by cryptid25

  • Here's the old-fashioned way of using HTML and CSS codes to tile graphics side-by-side on a webpage. Handy for photo galleries, strips of buttons, or other kinds of images arranged in a grid.

    How to Align Images Side-by-Side Using HTML

    How to Align Images Side-by-Side Using HTML

    by Ellen Brundige131

  • For some duckweed is a menace, for others it's a Godsend. Here in Brazil, we have built duckweed ponds and are encouraging it to grow to use as an animal feed . This is just one of its many uses.

    The Benefits of Growing Duckweed

    The Benefits of Growing Duckweed

    by Mary Wickison85

  • The base 16, hexadecimal numbering system is regularly used in computer coding for conveniently representing a byte or word of data. This guide shows you how to convert from hex to binary and binary to hexadecimal.

    How to Convert Hex to Binary and Binary to Hexadecimal

    How to Convert Hex to Binary and Binary to Hexadecimal

    by Eugene Brennan6

  • Most of the top 10 worst shark attacks in the world involved maritime shipping disasters where people were thrown into shark-infested waters.

    Top 10 Worst Shark Attacks in the World

    Top 10 Worst Shark Attacks in the World

    by sharkfacts51

  • As a teacher, particles are one of the first topics I teach pupils upon entering High School. This hub investigates the weird and wonderful world of particles. How do you draw particle diagrams? How many states of matter are there? What is Plasma? What is absolute zero?

    What is the Particle Model - A Guide to Solids, Liquids and Gases

    What is the Particle Model - A Guide to Solids, Liquids and Gases

    by Rhys Baker17

  • According to genetics, it is extremely rare, but still possible, for a black person to have blue eyes. This article will cover the science behind black people with blue eyes, and will provide some well-known examples.

    The Origin of Black People With Blue Eyes

    The Origin of Black People With Blue Eyes

    by Edmund Custers37

  • A look at the diversity of Arizona's Coconino National Forest and some of the wildlife that makes its home there, in the northern part of the state, including the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff

    Wildlife of the Coconino National Forest

    Wildlife of the Coconino National Forest

    by Deb Kingsbury45

  • Water has some properties that can make it a good refrigerant. It also possesses some undesirable properties that makes its application as a refrigerant very challenging and inefficient to implement.

    Should Water Be Used as a Refrigerant?

    Should Water Be Used as a Refrigerant?

    by Charles Nuamah2

  • Discover some of the theories and ideas of one of the most unique minds of our time: Stephen Hawking. This is also a brief biography and bibliography of that brave and original soul.

    What Discoveries Were Made by Stephen Hawking?

    What Discoveries Were Made by Stephen Hawking?

    by Paradise778

  • The orangutan is one of our closest relatives, and yet we know comparatively little about them. They are an animal, that we need to learn more about, because maybe knowing more about them will helps us understand ourselves better. Hopefully, we can do this before it's too late...

    10 Interesting Facts About Orangutans

    10 Interesting Facts About Orangutans

    by James Kenny40

  • Tsunamis cause have whenever they hit - death, destruction and carnage. Find out the exact effects on land and in the sea.

    What Are the Effects of a Tsunami?

    What Are the Effects of a Tsunami?

    by Rickrideshorses418

  • Most commonly, you see brown or blue eyes but some people, whether it be luck or a medical condition, wind up with really cool and rare eye colors.

    6 Rare and Unique Eye Colors

    6 Rare and Unique Eye Colors

    by Tatiana160

  • A redox reaction is a reaction that involves both oxidation (the loss of electrons) and reduction (the gain of electrons). In order to identify whether a reaction is redox or not, you can write separate half equations that show how electrons are...

    AS Chemistry - Redox Reactions and Group 2 Elements

    AS Chemistry - Redox Reactions and Group 2 Elements

    by Anthropophobia8

  • It’s hard to make a true-color family portrait of the solar system. It turns out that most photos of planets aren’t true color! Here's my attempt, using the best NASA photos I could find.

    True-Color Photos of All the Planets

    True-Color Photos of All the Planets

    by Ellen19

  • A comparison of plant and animal cells using labelled diagrams and descriptive explanations. Learn about the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells as we compare and contrast.

    Plant Cells Vs. Animal Cells (With Diagrams)

    Plant Cells Vs. Animal Cells (With Diagrams)

    by Glen Nunes182

  • Parasites are everywhere. They live on your skin, in your hair and even inside you! Some are harmless, many are necessary for health, and a few are DEADLY. Let's find out more about crazy PARASITES...

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About Parasites

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About Parasites

    by Amanda Littlejohn28

  • Take a tour of Prokaryotes: The most numerous organisms on our planet. Complete with quizzes, videos, links and summary tables. Excellent for A-level and higher

    Prokaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide

    Prokaryotic Cell Structure: A Visual Guide

    by Rhys Baker2

  • This article is all about the characteristics of the Pine tree, the adaptations that help to survive winter, reproduction through cones, and uses. Read on to know more.

    Interesting Facts About Pine Trees

    Interesting Facts About Pine Trees

    by Nithya Venkat33

  • There are many extinct animals that once lived in the rainforest, and many more that are endangered. We, who have the best capability of protecting these animals, should take actions to preserve life.

    Extinct Animals of the Rainforest

    Extinct Animals of the Rainforest

    by Angela Michelle Schultz30

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  • This article lists five fool-proof methods to help you memorize the elements of the periodic table, their chemical symbols, and their atomic numbers. Whether you're studying for a periodic table quiz or just a chemistry enthusiast, these methods will help you memorize the elements in no time!

    How to Memorize the Elements of the Periodic Table

    How to Memorize the Elements of the Periodic Table

    by K S Lane0

  • Do front- and rear-fanged snakes simply differ based on the location of their fangs? No, there are a few other morphological differences related to their venom delivery systems as well.

    Front- and Rear-Fanged Snake Envenomation Systems

    Front- and Rear-Fanged Snake Envenomation Systems

    by ChristopherJRex0

  • The dragon blood tree of Socotra Island has an unusual appearance. It secretes a red resin known as dragon's blood when its bark is injured. The resin is used in many ways. The island is home to other fascinating and often unique organisms besides the tree.

    The Strange Dragon Blood Tree of Socotra Island

    The Strange Dragon Blood Tree of Socotra Island

    by Linda Crampton52

  • Did you know that only 6000 snow leopards are surviving in the wild today? Read more than 50 facts about this amazing creature...

    55 Facts about Snow Leopards

    55 Facts about Snow Leopards

    by Rehana Stormme356

  • This article features photos of some of the world's most beautiful and unique birds along with interesting facts about each one!

    The World's Most Beautiful Birds

    The World's Most Beautiful Birds

    by Laurie Bennett12

  • This article discusses the various components of a power transformer and briefly explains how they work.

    Parts of a Power Transformer

    Parts of a Power Transformer

    by OSBERT JOEL C100

  • This contains facts and information about the world’s most deadly animals on land, water, and air. Some are able to live symbiotically with humans while others are better left in the wild.

    10 Deadliest Animals on the Planet

    10 Deadliest Animals on the Planet

    by Jennifer Gonzales3

  • Human eye anatomy—a journey through the anatomy of the eye to understand how different structures in the eyeball work together to achieve vision.

    Anatomy of the Eye: Human Eye Anatomy

    Anatomy of the Eye: Human Eye Anatomy

    by Edmund Custers10

  • Several external factors affect the way we perceive eye color. This article discusses how environmental factors can impact hazel eyes, making it easy to mistake them for green eyes.

    The Difference Between Green and Hazel Eyes

    The Difference Between Green and Hazel Eyes

    by Edmund Custers0

  • There are many different types of plants, ranging from grand trees to tiny algae. This is an overview with pictures.

    Types of Plants (With Pictures)

    Types of Plants (With Pictures)

    by Will Apse18

  • Destruction of our environment is the biggest contribution that we make to the extinction of many species in the forest. It is estimated that approximately half the number of the world’s animals live in the rainforests. Learn which species are threatened and what you can do to help!

    Endangered Animals in the Rainforest

    Endangered Animals in the Rainforest

    by livingsta177

  • Do wild cheetahs attack, kill, or eat human beings? This article answers this question and provides more information about these extraordinary animals.

    Do Cheetahs Hunt or Kill Humans?

    Do Cheetahs Hunt or Kill Humans?

    by Melissa A Smith6

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