Bees trained for explosives
In the Stealthy Insect Sensor Project, Los Alamos scientists have trained bees to recognize explosives.
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An asteroid is known as a meteorite only when it crashes on Earth. When
this happens a fireball effect occurs that can be seen. The meteoroid
usually burns up well before it reaches the surface of our planet.
Argentina is divided into seven different regions: Mesopotamia, Gran Chaco Northwest, Cuyo, Pampas, Patagonia and Sierras Pampeanas.
Jellyfish Lake in the Philippines contains more than 13 million jellyfish.
Ducks feet has no nerves or blood vessels, meaning that their feet do
not feel the cold! This enables ducks to swim in icy water, and walk in
ice and snow.
There are iron meteorites and stony meteorites. Iron meteorites have a
typical composition of 91% iron, 8.5% nickel and 0.5% cobalt. Stony
meteorites on the other hand have 36% oxygen, 26% iron, 18% silicon, 14%
magnesium, 1.5% aluminum, 1.4% nickel and 1.3% calcium.
Pigs communicate constantly with each other, and more than 20 different vocalisations have been identified
Like Wolverine, the liver is the only organ that can completely
regenerate. As little as 25% of the original liver mass can regenerate
back to its full size.
Guinea fowls are very adaptable birds. They’re able to live in the lowlands and on altitudes of 9,800 feet.
Insulin and more than 40 other pharmaceuticals and medicines are derived from pig products.
Africa has 54 sovereign countries, the most of any continent.