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Amazing facts about animal eyes

Scorpions have as many as 12 eyes, and marine worms have as many as 100 eyes scattered all over their bodies! The eyes of hawks and eagles have special retinas with several small light sensitive cells that allow them to see small animals (like mice and rats) on the ground even when they are flying …

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Great Pyramid – A Signature From History.

Sailing southwards on the River Nile in Egypt is like taking a time machine back through ages, through thousands of years of history when the pharaohs ruled the desert land. The impressive ruins of pyramids, temples and tombs are more complete there than in ost places in the ancient world. The ancient Egyptians diligently maintained …

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Tarmac – Hard Black Material

  Tarmac is a hard black material used for roads, parade ground or anywhere, that a hard, even and durable surface is needed. It is a mixture of tar and macadam, which consists of hundreds of tiny even sized chips of granite pressed together. Macadam is named after a Scotsman, john Loudon mac Adam, who …

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Tsunami

   TSUNAMI Tsunami is a Japanese word meaning is harbor wave. A tsunami is a series of huge that occur after undersea disturbances such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. The waves travel in all directions from the area of disturbances. These waves can be as high as 50 feet or more. They may attain speeds …

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Ships

Ships are not made only for pleasure; their biggest use is in carrying goods from country to country . Aero planes are much expensive and there are not enough of them to feed even a small country like England .Trains cannot gross seas, and even if they could, the amount of goods they can carry …

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Digestive System

The food we eat is digested by the body with the help of the mouth, stomach and intestines. Digestion is the process of breaking down the food to simpler forms so that it can be absorbed by the body. When we eat food it is chewed by our teeth and gets mixed with the saliva …

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Power of Words

   WORDS  A careless word    may kindle a strife A cruel word          may wreck a life A bitter word         may hutch a quarrel A brutal word        may smile and kill A gracious word    may smoothen the way A joyous word       may light the day  A timely word       may lessen the stress A loving word       …

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