The Ocean – A Natural Laboratory

Ocean: A vast, continuously moving body of salt water that covers 71 percent of Earth’s surface. Oceans supply the world with half of its oxygen and play an important role in transferring heat from the Equator to the poles. Evaporation from the oceans’ surface also brings rain to many places on the planet. While oceanographers […]

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What is the Ocean?

Ocean is a large body of salt water covering more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. It has been part of human history for thousands of years and continues to be a source of energy (for instance, through wind power and ocean thermal energy conversion), transporting people and goods around the world, supplying half of […]

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Wildlife Articles

Wildlife (or wild animals) are the non-domesticated plants and animals that exist in a natural environment free of human intervention. They can be found in various ecosystems such as forests, deserts, mountains and plains, rivers, lakes, wetlands, oceans and seas, etc. These include vertebrates like fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, as well as invertebrates […]

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The Fingerprint of Climate Change

Across the globe, climate change is making it hotter and wetter. Warmer temperatures are disrupting the usual balance of nature and posing risks to humans, animals and plants. They are affecting the habitats of animals and causing changes in their behavior, including migration patterns. Climate change is caused primarily by human activities. The fossil fuels […]

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Threats to Wildlife

Wildlife is a broad term that covers undomesticated animal species. This category also includes plants, fungi and microbes in their natural habitats. Wild animals are found in deserts, forests, grasslands and even cities. The world’s wildlife is constantly being threatened by human activities. This is a major reason for the rapid decline of many species […]

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The Dangers of Climate Change

Climate Change refers to the increase of average Earth temperatures due to human activities such as burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and agricultural land clearing. These activities create greenhouse gases, which trap heat in the atmosphere and cause Earth’s temperature to rise. Climate change threatens the world’s health, food supply, water quality, and biodiversity. It’s also […]

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