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    Aphids are a group of insects that suck the sap of plants. do You know that their stools are sweet?

    Many processes in nature take place in amazing ways. Like all of these processes, it depends on other processes. These processes are designed to maintain the balance of nature. This story is about such a strange process that unites the animal world and the plant world. Aphids are a group of insects that suck the sap of plants. You probably know that their stools are sweet. It’s a bit weird, but it’s not the only weird story about aphids!Who are these aphids? According to taxonomy, the aphids belong to the genus Insecta of the genus Insecta in the Kingdom of Animalia. This genus belongs to the genus of sucking insects.…

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    Here is how to make compost manure in bulk

    Due to the spread of the corona epidemic in our country since the beginning of last year, many people had to work from home. Meanwhile, we saw some people growing various crops in their homes. There was a greater focus on composting than on chemical fertilizers. So in today’s article we are talking about compost.Briefly about compost manure Compost production is the process by which microorganisms decompose plant parts and animal wastes to produce simple organic matter such as humus. These fertilizers are considered to be the main organic fertilizers of commercial value. The production of compost makes our environment cleaner. Needless to say, this is very helpful for waste…

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    “Bioluminescence” that creates color patterns in life

    It’s hard to imagine a lizard emitting a very attractive little light at night. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. It has been scientifically proven that lizards as well as many other species of animals and plants produce light in this way under various environmental conditions around the world. This process is commonly referred to as “bioluminescence”. It is a very strange biological process. It’s hard to imagine a lizard emitting a very attractive little light at night. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. It has been scientifically proven that lizards as well as many other…

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    The world’s longest-lived animal, the “bootless worm”

    According to a report from the 1800s, a strange creature was found in a coastal environment in Scotland. Although these animals are not unfamiliar to humans living in the area, it has been suggested that this may be the longest animal ever found in the world. In common usage, these animals are known as “bootleg worms”, and ours, found in the 1800s, is about 55 meters long. Although this event has been mentioned many times, there is no official confirmation of the animal’s length. Despite the reliability of those reports, the bootleg worm is generally considered to be a relatively long-growing animal. But bootleg worms are not only special because…

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    Do trees “talk” like we do?

    Communication is an essential element that is deeply connected with human existence. Man cannot live without communication. Communication helps to build relationships with others, to express ideas, and to build trust. With the evolution of man, man sought to develop his own means of communication as well, recognizing communication as a basic need as much as food and water. Despite the travel restrictions imposed by this global epidemic, we have been able to manage day-to-day activities in a positive manner because of the development of communication technology. We can constantly experience the variety of communication that takes place not only between humans but also among other members of the animal…

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    Kelp algae that form underwater forests

    Sri Lanka is a country rich in biodiversity. Perhaps you have experienced the beauty of mountain forests, drylands, coastal areas and lagoons, and coral ecosystems. Although we have heard of world-famous rainforests such as the Amazon and the Congo, have you ever heard of the Kelp Forest, a large oceanic forest system? This article is dedicated to sharing with you some information about the kelp forests that are hidden from our eyes. But this kelp is not a division of life that can be compared to the trees we see on land. What is this kelp? Kelp is a large, multicellular brown algae that grows close to the shore in…

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    The Precious Coexistence of Nature: Lichens

    In everyday life, how many things do we talk about that should be mutually supportive? Cooperation is sometimes intertwined with each other’s lives as a reciprocal relationship. But today we are not going to talk about the interrelationships between human beings, but about the wonderful bond of nature. That’s it. What are these lichens? “Lichens”. Some may be familiar with the word. Others may not even have an idea of ​​what this is. Lichens can be described as one of the most amazing symbiotic symbiotic associations on Earth, believed to have formed on Earth 400 million years ago. Lichens are a structure in which two groups of fungi and algae…

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    How Einstein stole the brain!

    Known as the ‘most intelligent man of the twentieth century’, Einstein was a great scientist who presented principles and theories that changed the course of the world. Because of his special intelligence, it was believed at the time that his brain must be more special than the average human brain. When Einstein died in 1955, a doctor wanted to do research on the nature of his brain. It all started there! Death of Einstein In 1955, Albert Einstein lived in Princeton, New Jersey, USA. On April 12 of that year, Einstein suddenly fell ill. He had severe pain in his lower abdomen, but Einstein did not allow his secretary, Helen,…