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No, sunscreen chemicals do not bleach the Great Barrier Reef

For the sixth time in 25 years, the Great Barrier Reef is whitewashing. During bleaching events, people point the finger at several causes, including sunburn. Why sunscreen? The snookerler washes away some of the active ingredient and goes into the rocks, polluting the area. If so, could this be the cause of the reef bleaching? …

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Elephant water

Let’s See How Much Can Elephant Water Retain in Its Trunk?

Elephants are indeed the biggest land animals on the planet. An Elephant Water can retain in its trunk. There are three species found of elephants: the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, as well as the Asian elephant. They are indeed an unofficial subfamily of the proboscidean parental Elephantidae. Elephantidae seems to be the …

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Horn of Africa Nation

Do you know the details of Horn of Africa Nation?

The Horn of Africa Nation, furthermore widely recognized as the Somali Peninsula, seems to be a massive East African peninsula. It’s really the world’s fourth largest peninsula, situated on the eastern edge tip of the African continent. It runs all along Red Sea’s southern borders as well as stretches hundreds of kilometers into the Guardafui …

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Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle is a ruined castle which is situated in North Eastern coast of Scotland, about 3 km south of Stonehaven. Castle is located on a rocky headland and it is also known as the “fort on the shelving slope”. Dunnottar Castle was built in 1400-1600 and it was used until 1718. Dunnottar Castle is …

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