W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (561 to 570)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (561 to 570) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

561. Penguins are the only bird that can leap into the air like porpoises.

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562. India has 50 million monkeys.

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563. By some unknown means, an iguana can end its own life.

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564. Americans spend around $3 billion for cat and dog food a year.

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565. Pigs can cover a mile in 7.5 minutes when running at top speed.

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566. The shell constitutes 12 percent of an egg’s weight.

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567. A squid has 10 tentacles.

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568. A snail’s reproductive organs are in its head.

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569. When a horned toad is angry, it squirts blood from its eyes.

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570. The typical hen lays 19 dozen eggs a year.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (551 to 560)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (551 to 560) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

551. A group of bears is called a sleuth.

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552. Twelve or more cows is called a flink.

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553. A baby oyster is called a spat.

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554. An elephant can be pregnant for up to 2 years

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555. Chickens can’t swallow while they are upside down.

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556. The average garden-variety caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head.

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557. A goldfish has a memory span of 3 seconds.

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558.
A mule (donkey+
horse) won’t sink in quicksand but a donkey will.

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559. More people are killed annually by donkeys than in airplane crashes.

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560. Animal breeders in Russia once claimed to have bred sheep with blue wool.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (541 to 550)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (541 to 550) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

541. Dolphins sleep with one eye open.

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542. Bulls are color blind.

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543. A cow’s only sweat glands are in its nose.

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544. Mosquitoes have 47 teeth.

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545. The Poison Arrow frog has enough poison to kill 2,200 people.

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546. Emus can’t walk backwards.

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547. A group of unicorns is called a blessing.

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548. A group of kangaroos is called a mob.

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549. A group of owls is called a parliament.

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550. A group of ravens is called a murder.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 531 to 540)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 531 to 540) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

531. The tuatara, a lizard-like creature found only in New Zealand, is the oldest living genus of reptile in the world.

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532. Kiwi bird it is New Zealand’s native flightless bird and a slang term for a New Zealander.

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533. The Weta is an insect endemic to New Zealand that is a relic from the time of the dinosaurs.

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534. New Zealand is home to the world’s only the flightless parrot.

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535.Kakapo, as well as the Kea the only alpine parrot in the world.

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536. Just one cow gives off enough harmful methane gas  in a single day to fill around 400 liter bottles.

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537. Cows can have regional accents

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538. A domestic cat can frighten a black bear to climb a tree.

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539. In a fight between a polar bear and a lion, the polar bear would win.

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540. US Secret Service sniffer dogs are put up in five-star hotels during overseas presidential visits.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (521 to 530)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (521 to 530) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

521. Snake venom is ninety percent protein.

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522. Snake is a delicacy (eatable) in China.

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523. Most snakes have six rows of teeth.

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524. A snake charmer in Bangladesh once found 3,500 poisonous cobras and their

eggs hidden underneath the floors of two suburban homes.

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525. Sea snakes are the most poisonous snakes in the world.

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526. Norway’s official name is the kingdom of Norway.

527. Norway is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government.

528. Norway opened the world’s longest road tunnel in 2000, with a length of 24.5 kilometers /15.3 miles.

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529. 24% of New Zealand families have only one parent.  

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530. New Zealand has won more Olympic gold medals, per capita, than any other country.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (511 to 520)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (511 to 520) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

511. The Brazilian railroad worm has a red light on its head and green lights down its side. All it needs to drive on the street is a turn signal.

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512. Skunks can shoot their bad-smelling spray only about two yards, but you can smell it up to two and a half miles away.

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513. A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.

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514. The black-necked cobra, which lives mostly in Africa, spits its venom into the eyes of its victim, to cause it blindness.

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515. There are no snakes in New Zealand.

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516. The venom of the king cobra is so deadly that one bite can kill twenty people or one elephant.

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517. The fastest moving land snake is the Black Mamba, which can move up to 7 miles per hour.

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518. snakes of many heads:

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519. The Australian Brown Snake’s venom is so powerful that only 1/14,000th of on ounce is needed to kill a human being.

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520. Taipan snakes have 50 times more toxic than a cobra snake.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (501 to 510)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (501 to 510) 

Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!  దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

501. Alligators cannot move backwards. Whether an alligator is a male or female is determined by the temperature of the nest where the egg is hatched – 90 to 93 degrees will make it a male; 82 to 86 degrees will turn it into a female.

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502. Texas horned toads can shoot blood out of the corners of their eyes.

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503. The faster kangaroos hop, the less energy they use.

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504. An okapi’s tongue can grow to be 17 inches long.

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505. An owl’s eyes are bigger than its brain.

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506. Salamanders breath through their skin. Salamanders are known to come out of wood when it was burning inside a fireplace, this is because Salamanders hibernate in wood.

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507. The guanaco of South America, a cousin of the camel, has pads on its feet to keep its feet from burning on desert sand or freezing in mountain snow.

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508. Foxes sometimes nip at the heals of cattle so the stomping of the cattle makes mice and other rodents come out of the ground, for the fox to eat.

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509. some maths magic: 41152263 X 3 = ?(y); (yX8) + 9 = ? (z); (z-9) / 8 = y, ok. 

510. (111 111 111) X (111 111 111) = 12345678987654321; ok.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (491 to 500)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (491 to 500)

 దేహం నిండా సందేహాలేఎందుకుఏమిటిఎప్పుడుఎక్కడఏదిదేనినిఎవరుఎవరినిఎప్పుడైతేఎవరైతేఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలితెలియకుండా చావకూడదుబోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

491. Neutron stars can spin at a rate of 600 rotations per second.

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 492. All of space is completely silent
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493. There is an uncountable number of stars in the known universe.
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494. The Apollo astronauts’ footprints on the moon will probably stay there for at least 100 million years.
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495. 99% of our solar system’s mass is the sun

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 496. More energy from the sun hits Earth every hour than the planet uses in a year.
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497. If two pieces of the same type of metal touch in space, they will bond and be permanently stuck together.
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498. The biggest known star currently is UY Scuti, a bright red supergiant, located 9500 light years away in the Scutum constellation. It is more than 1,708 times the size of the Sun.
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499. A popular comparison that can illustrate these numbers is this: There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches and deserts on Earth.
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500. Milky Way has two major spiral arms that start at the central bar of stars, and slowly taper off. Our Solar system is located in one minor spiral arm called the Orion arm.
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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (481 to 490)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (481 to 490) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

481. Tsu­namis, often wrongly called tidal waves. They are not caused by tides or even by the wind, but by underwater earthquakes, landslides or volcanic eruptions. These disturbances cause the sea bed to move very quickly, which shifts a large amount of water and disrupts the sea surface. Tsunamis travel extremely fast – up to 750km/h. They have a long wavelength, their crests often being 150km apart, so that a crest passes only every 15 minutes or so. The shores of the Pacific more than those of any other ocean have been damaged by tsunamis because volcanic eruptions and earthquakes occur frequently in that area.

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482. Tides result from the regular rise and fall of the water level in the oceans. This phenomenon is caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon and Sun on the Earth and by the centrifugal force generated by the rotation of the Moon-Earth sys­tem as a whole. These two forces act in opposite directions. The solar tide has a period of 12.41 hours because of the monthly rotation of the Moon around the Earth

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483. A few hundred meters below the ocean’s surface it is dark because light cannot penetrate to those depths. Blue light penetrates water farther than red or violet light, and because more blue light is returned to the surface without being absorbed, the open ocean usually looks blue in color. Seawater may look blue-green when it contains a large amount of phytoplankton – tiny plant-like organisms that contain chlorophyll. The yellow-brown sea found in coastal regions probably gets its coloring from mud, sand or pollution.

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484. Acadia National Park is over forty seven thousand acres of beautiful eastern scenery and landscape and one of the most visiting National Parks in the United States of America. Acadia National Park was the first National park to be develop east of the Mississippi river in the United States. It was created in 1916 and first called the Sieur de Monts National Monument and then the Lafayette National Park, before it took on it’s name of the Acadia National Park in 1929 which means it’s a land of plenty in the Greek terminology. If you’re visiting the Acadia National Park in the United States, check out the amazing ponds in Acadia including the Jordan pond and enjoy the greens and blues of the quiet rivers and lakes.

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485. Nocturnal animals have highly developed senses. Their sense of hearing, sight and smell are specially adapted, to make the most of night-illumination. Some nocturnal animals have vision that is easily adapted to night and day illumination The bodies of nocturnal animals have special adaptations to enable them to survive the dark. Nocturnal animals like lemurs have special eyes, while bats use echolocation. Echolocation refers to the bat’s ability to emit a high-pitched sound. The sound bounces off objects within range and gives the animal information about the shape, distance and direction of the object. Nocturnal animals like rabbits have an extra powerful sense of hearing. 

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486.  The traditional art of the Aborigines/  Bradshaw painting is one of oldest and most popular of rock paintings. was focused on portraying and narrating the stories of the “Dreamtime”, a creation myth of the Aborigines. Some Aboriginal art works depict the world around them. Kangaroos, crocodiles and kookaburras are included in these paintings. Certain paintings depict the skeleton and organs of people and animals. The colors used in ancient Aboriginal art were natural shades of earth colors such as red, brown and yellow. The other colors used were white made from pipe clay and charcoal made by burning wood.

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487. Believe it or not, pigs are smarter than dogs! And dirty little piggy is not only the smartest animals on the planet, but also one of the cleanest animals around. 

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488.Believe it or not , Crows can count, differentiate between complex shapes and also carry out observational learning tasks. The New Caledonian Crow has been found to create knives to cut leaves and stalks of grass.

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489.  A rat’s psychology is similar to humans and therefore they are mostly used for lab experiments. Rats possess a mental ability called the met cognition that is seen only in humans and some primates. They can use their keen sense of smell and hearing to detect landmines and bombs. They can even identify human sputum samples containing tuberculosis bacteria.

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490. The African Grey Parrot is a native of the West and Central African rainforest. Parrots can mimic human speech, but African Grey parrot can do a step further. They can associate words and their meanings to form sentences

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (471 to 480)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (471 to 480)ఈ దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

471.  The Kwanzan Cherry tree,Chinese Cherry tree, and Yoshino Flowering Cherry tree, are sterile and
do not produce fruit, but are cultivated to be decorative.

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472. Insects can sustain in almost all the ecosystems due to their extreme adaptability, and present day there are more than 1,000,000 described species. It is expected to that there are 6 – 10 million extant species of insects on the Earth.

473. The body of the spider is segmented into two tagma; cephalothorax (fused head and thorax) and abdomen.  Abdomen is mainly the reproductive unit as in the other insects and arthropods. The cephalothorax bears four pairs of legs for locomotion and weaving webs. The spiders have four pairs of compound eyes and no antennae.

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474. The unique ability stems from the camels’ body being able to store fat in their humps and water in the lining of their stomachs. These stores can be used in times of need which is ideal in deserts where both food and water are extremely scarce. Their wide, padded feet grip well on loose sandy soil and stop the camel from sinking into the sand. An insulating wool coat keeps out both the heat of the day and the cold of the night. Hairy eyelashes, ears and slit nostrils keep out the desert dust and sand.

  

475. The ingenious Sea Otter uses rocks as tools to break open hard-shelled prey or to dislodge prey such as abalone. It is the only mammal other than the primates (monkeys, apes, humans) known to use tools. While eating, Sea Otters float on their backs, using their chest as a dinner table.

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476. Seabirds’ is a general term used to collectively describe any species of bird which spends a substantial part of its life foraging and breeding in the marine environment. Birds considered to be seabirds include gulls, terns, albatrosses, petrels, shearwaters (muttonbirds), cormorants, gannets and boobies. Twenty-two of the world’s 24 albatross species occur in the Southern Hemisphere. Nineteen of these species occur in Australian waters,

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477. Ocean acidification is the newest global environmental threat confronting the earth. It is the consequence of the same anthropogenic excess that is responsible for global warming-( Green House Effect) release of much more CO2 at much faster rates, minute after minute, than the earth’s capability to assimilate. Oceans are also absorbing large quantities of two more acid-forming gases being released at unprecedented rates into atmosphere-SOx and NOx. Thus far, on a global scale, their impact has been relatively minor; less than 3% of the impact of CO2, but is expected to grow in magnitude as the emissions continue to increase.

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478. Unlike most other fish, the Seahorses are ‘monogamous’ and mate for life. Male seahorses are equipped with a brood pouch on their ventral, or front-facing, side. When mating, the female deposits her eggs into his pouch, and the male fertilizes them internally. He carries the eggs in his pouch until they hatch, then releases fully formed, miniature seahorses into the water. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young. upright-swimming relatives of the pipefish can range in size from 0.6 inches (1.5 centimeters) to 14 inches (35 centimeters) long. they graze continually and can consume 3,000 or more brine shrimp per day.

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479. The body of a sea cucumber is roughly cylindrical and in some cases long and five-sided, not unlike that of a cucumber. Protruding from the mouth at the anterior end is a circlet of feathery retroactive tentacles which are actually modified tube-feet. At the posterior end is the anus/ in the Pacific Ocean and Indian waters.

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480. Sea turtles are classified in the Class Reptilia, Subclass Anapsida and Order Chelonii. There are seven recognized species of sea turtles, six of which are in the Family Cheloniidae (the hawksbill, green, flatback, loggerhead, Kemp’s ridley and olive ridley turtles), with only one (the leather back) in the family Dermochelyidae. Sea turtles start their lives in eggs buried in the sand. After a two-month incubation, the young turtles hatch and run to the sea, facing attack by a variety of predators (e.g., birds, crabs, fish) along the way. They drift at sea until they are about a foot long and then, depending on the species, may move closer to shore to feed.

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