Posts Tagged ‘Nature’

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Animal curiosities

July 28, 2013

by Rubén Mota (Source: COLLAGE magazine # 3: 2011-2012: article)

In the world there are approximately 1,250,000 animal species and there are many more to discover. Now I’m going to tell you some curiosities about animals that we know:
A mosquito can smell the human blood from 50 km away.
Animals can’t sleep on their backs.
The spider web is the most resistant material created by nature.
A giraffe’s neck has the same number of vertebrae as a human’s.
Worms have 10 hearts.
When an ant dies inside a house, it emits an odor that attracts other ants to find and bury it.
Ants don’t sleep.
The smallest fish in the world measures 8 mm.
A hippo can run faster than a man.
The quack of a duck hasn’t got an echo.
The koala is the laziest animal. It sleeps 22 hours a day.
Sheep don’t drink water when the water is moving.
A cow can go up stairs but it can’t down them.
Mosquitoes prefer biting children and people who have blonde hair.
An ostrich’s eye is the same size as its brain.
A crocodile can’t stick its tongue out and it can run as fast as a horse.
Dolphins sleep with one eye open.
The blue whale is the biggest animal in the world. It can measure 30 meters and it can weigh 180 tons.

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The language of nature for those who care to listen!

February 15, 2013

OK, my proposal is you listen and learn to listen to girls and women, too, not only to men and boys. Because women have not been considered human beings, with a human mind, in societies until the 20th centuries.

But learning to listen includes something else: Listening to nature! Learning from nature. I found this on D.A. Hartley’s blog, an artist, a bound-to-be-teacher! 😀 and a cyberfriend! ♥

http://friendnature.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/the-language-of-nature-for-those-who-care-to-listen/

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Flying Seeds

December 23, 2012

After the dandelions, watch fly a seed from a liana tree in Borneo

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Protect Trees… if you can

December 22, 2012

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