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What is Weather?
What is Weather?-August 21, 2014

Weather is about the temperature, cloudiness, humidity, etc. Weather is a mix of events that happens each day in our atmosphere. Weather is not the same everywhere. It may be hot and sunny in one part of the world, but freezing and snowy in another

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What is Climate?
What is Climate?-August 21, 2014

Climate is the average weather in any place over many years. For example, India has a climate, which is different to Europe, where we see snowfall and extreme winters. However, in India, we hardly see snowfall and extreme winters in most of the

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What is Climate Change?
What is Climate Change?-August 21, 2014

Now it is important to understand what climate change is. The gradual change in our climate had been happening in last few centuries. In very simple terms, climate change means that the average weather of a country or region, which has been there

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What is Oxygen Cycle?-August 06, 2014

Oxygen is important for most of the living beings on earth. It helps the organisms in producing energy through oxidation of food material.

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What is Carbon Cycle?-August 06, 2014

Carbon is the first most important element for life. It is the basic building for organisms, plants and animal bodies. Many of the dead things we see around are also made up of carbon and carbon related compounds.

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Do you know that some plants are carnivores?-May 25, 2014

The Venus Fly Trap is such a plant which attracts insects like flies, bees and spiders with its juices and then traps them and feeds on them. Its native habitat is in the coasts of North and South Carolina, US.

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Do you know the name of the world’s largest reef system?
Do you know the name of the world’s largest reef system?-May 24, 2014

The Great Barrier Reef system in Australia is the world’s largest reef system. A reef can be described as a range of rock, sandbar, coral which is 80 meters or less below the surface of the water.

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Do you know why are trees the lifeline of human civilisation?-May 24, 2014

Trees are the lifeline of human civilisation because they consume Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere and release Oxygen.

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Do you know that cow dung produces energy
Do you know that cow dung produces energy?-May 24, 2014

Yes, cow dung if burnt and composted at certain temperature produces a lot of energy which can be used for cooking and generating electricity. This process is possible through a biogas plant.

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Do you know the actual colour of the Polar bear?-May 24, 2014

The Polar bear actually has black skin but due to its white fur it appears to be white.

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