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Overpopulation in Domestic Animals

Overpopulation in Domestic Animals

Introduction Overpopulation in household animals alludes to a surplus of domestic animals, for example, felines, pooches, and extraordinary animals. In the United States, an expected 6 to 8 million animals are brought to safe houses every year, of which an expected 3 to 4 million are therefore euthanized, including 2.7 million considered sound and adaptable. …

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The End of the World!

The End of the World!

It’s been a long time since our planet has witnessed a mass extinction. The End of the Earth, the Doomsday, The Whole Mayan predictions and Nostradamus come to mind when we speak of this topic. It is a very interesting topic to ponder upon; however the gravity of it almost seems to elude us every …

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Easter Island-A Thing Of The Past

Easter Island-A Thing Of The Past

A long time ago when Humans were just about to learn their existence on this earth, it became evident that, sooner rather than later, he is going to take over as the dominant species. What followed was an enthralling journey of survivals and discoveries. However, such a strong foothold required the sacrifice of many, and …

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The Threat of Extinction!

The Threat of Extinction!

All around the world social activists and environmentalists are seen running hither and thither raising voices against the indiscriminate felling of trees for the purpose of urbanization. With the rising population, man has no other alternative but the clearing of more forests for housing and industrialization. The present society has transformed so much that they …

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Making your Home Earthquake Proof

Making your Home Earthquake Proof

You must already know that earthquakes are trembles or tremors felt on the ground that cause movement in the tectonic plates of Earth and also displacement of the ground. These occur due to the sudden release of energy in earth’s crust, and their magnitude can widely vary. But do you know how often this natural …

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Anti-Poaching Drones Backfire!

Anti-Poaching Drones Backfire!

With a rapid increase in the amount of elephant and rhino poaching in various countries, many groups concerned with conservation have been using aerial vehicles and drones to catch poachers red-handed in forests and jungles. The initiation had taken place after the World Wildlife Fund decided to deploy the usage of surveillance drones to protect …

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Pythons – Not A Danger But In Danger

Pythons – Not A Danger But In Danger

There are more than 250 species of snakes in India, and the majority of them are nonvenomous snakes. One of the most common species of non venomous snakes in India are Pythons. Even though they are very large in size, they are not harmful at all. They roam around on the ground sometimes and sometimes on …

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