Author: Stacy

Stacy holds a Masters's degree from the Indiana University Bloomington in Applied Ecology, and a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is an owner of a content development firm specializing in the development of science-related content. Previously, she worked as a research scientist and college professor.

Blobfish is known as Psychrolutes Marcidus, as well as smooth-head blobfish. It belongs to the family of deep-sea fishes Psychrolutidae. They are present in deep-water of the coast of mainland Tasmania and Australia, New Zealand. These fishes are usually shorter than 30 cm. They prefer to live at depths between 600 to 1200 meters, where there is a pressure of 120 times greater than that of sea level. The flesh or skin of blobfish is gelatinous and silky. Interesting Facts About Blobfish Blobfish don’t have muscles. So they feed on edible matters that float in front of it, such as…

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The simple egg, one of the real wonders of creation, is probably one of the most versatile food items on the earth. It is produced within 24 to 26 hours, and up to 250 eggs per year can be laid by hens. The egg is pure protein, and there are various methods for preparing this natural, nutritious powerhouse (both sweet and savory). Usage of Eggs Eggs can be added raw to smoothies, fried, boiled, scrambled or poached, and eaten for breakfast, lunch, tea, and dinner. They can be purchased almost anywhere, lasts for several weeks, are relatively inexpensive, and can-do…

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The White Tiger is also known as Bleached Tiger, the family of Bengal Tigers and Siberian Tigers. They are the result of the parents with the recessive gene and get the white color due to genetic pigmentation.  They are not different from Bengal tigers. When the two Bengal tigers with recessive gene mate result in White tigers. Some are hybrids, below is some information about the habitat as well as facts about White Tigers. White Tiger White tigers are noticeable due to their fur and coats. The white coat is due to a lack of pigment pheomelanin abundantly present in…

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Dragonflies have multifaceted eyes that can turn around 360 degrees with the leg which traps its prey as a basket. To know more about dragonflies’, we need to dig deeper into their lifestyle and habitat. Dragonfly is an insect belonging to class Insecta with order Odonata. Odonata is an order that categorizes flying insects including, dragonflies and damselflies. Dragonflies have wings and can fly. These insects have multifaceted eyes, also known as compound eyes. There are altogether 7000 species of dragonflies all around the world. Hine’s emerald dragonfly is the rarest dragonflies till now. It has got considered an endangered…

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Dolphin is an aquatic mammal. They are highly intelligent mammals that can live in water but breathe through the lungs just like we do. Dolphins have blowholes known as their nostrils present on the top of their heads. Dolphins Dolphins belong to the phylum Chordata with infraorder Cetacea. Their whole life cycle and lifestyle depend upon water, and all the oceanic mammals belong to Cetacea. Dolphins are close to humans in their communication skills and social behavior. There are many facts about dolphins that include their behavior similar to humans in many circumstances. Talking about their body mass, Dolphins are usually…

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Beagles are the smaller breeds but are able to hunt jackals and wild pigs as well as considered one of the intelligent breeds. Although some beagles are still used individually or in packs for hunting, most beagles today are lovable house pets. There are many surprising facts about beagles like how they use their ear to track a scent as well as their intelligence. Beagles The history of beagles goes back to the early 1400s as registered so far. Beagles were used by hunters in England, Wales, and France. This breed has existed for hundreds of years and is considered…

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We are going to discuss some of the facts about chihuahua. These facts about chihuahua might not be that unbelievable but are interesting. Let’s begin with some history and basic information about chihuahua. Chihuahua Chihuahua is one of the breeds of dogs. Chihuahuas’ first started their habitat in Mexico. Chihuahua dogs got named after the Mexican State of Chihuahua. They are also known as the oldest breed on the American continent. They were not noticeable until American Kennel Club registered them as Chihuahuas in 1904. Some kennel clubs recognize them as the smallest breed. They are the smallest type of…

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Honey badgers are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the “most fearless animal in the world” as they fight with larger predators like lions, leopards, and hyenas. There are no such fierce, strong, fearless, and stupid animals in the whole animal kingdom compared to honey badgers. These facts about honey badgers will be the most interesting and unbelievable ones that I assure you. If they require, they can dig in to hide a place within a matter of a minute. When escape is impossible, they fearlessly attack the opponent. They are one of the fiercest animals in the…

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The hibernation and migration required to exist in such conditions will reveal some unknown and interesting facts about Polar Bear. Among the few species that exist in Arctic conditions “Polar Bears” are one of them. Let’s dig into their life style and also some unnoticed facts about Polar Bear. Polar Bear The Polar Bear is a hyper carnivorous type of animal whose diet relies on more than 70% of meat. The native habitat of Polar Bear belongs within the Arctic Circle. Arctic Circle also encompasses the Arctic Ocean, surrounded by seas and landmasses. The scientific name of the Polar Bear…

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Bacteria are the microscopic single-celled organisms that lack a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles. Mostly, it consists of a protective cell wall, cell membrane, and a strand of DNA. Most bacteria have flagella whip-like structures that help them in locomotion. All bacteria reproduce by binary fission. They grow until they split into two new identical cells. Superficially, bacteria appear to be relatively simple forms of life but they are very complex in nature. Bacteria are classified into groups in relation to their basic shapes, modes of nutrition, temperature requirement, etc. Bacteria can adapt in every type of environment on earth…

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