Tag: evalution

Some famous self-asked questions that changed the world

June 26, 2023

If an apple falls, then does the moon also fall?By Isaac Newton.led to the theory of gravity How do organisms transmute information about their features over a thousand generations?By Charles Darwinled to the theory of evolution How does a single organism transmit information to its off spring over a single generation?By Gregor Mendelled to the…

The Loneliest Man in the World

September 8, 2022

The man who had lived alone in the heart of the Amazon for the past 26 years was the last member of their tribe in the Amazon jungle. Most of this tribe, who lived in the thick forests and had no contact with the outside world, were killed by the Anakrita settlers in ????. Of…


March 22, 2022

Now in the territory of North AfricaSpinosaurus is a genus of spinosaurid dinosaurs that lived from the Cenomanian to the Late Cretaceous to the Upper Turonian, about 99 to 93.5 million years ago. The name means Spine Lizard. The Spinosaurus was the largest of all known terrestrial carnivores to date.

Vulture bees

December 5, 2021

New research suggests that bees may be becoming carnivores. Three species of bees have become carnivores in the Latin American country of Costa Rica. Eagle bees are meat-eating bees that feed on pollen and pollen. This change is due to the strong competition between bees for honey and pollen. . They have special teeth for…

Liver, heart, intestines – all at a glance | Features of the glasdfrog

October 9, 2021

glass frog are a species of frog found in South America. Some of the rarest ‘see-throughs’ on earth today; Or these are transparent organisms. Through their transparent skin, the heart, liver, lungs, and intestines inside can be clearly seen with the naked eye. To date, scientists have identified more than 150 different species of glass…

About the evolution of the Earth’s surface-

August 29, 2021

Scattered across the oceans was a single continent billions of years ago.This theory of the origin of the continent was put forward by Antonia Snyder Palgrini (1858). It was later defined in detail by the German scientist Alfred Wagner. But he could not justify why the continents were so divided.Science at that time had not…

Why do moths fly to night bulbs and other light sources?

August 16, 2021

The dangerous attraction between night bulbs and moths is as complex as Romeo’s intense passion for Juliet. Moths that fly into the light are easily eaten by other creatures, such as lizards, and can die from extreme heat. Not only light bulbs but also butterflies in the fire and lanterns fly in the same direction…