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02

No Time to Die

postNo Time to Die is the latest upcoming spy movie and the 25th milestone of the James Bond 007 movie series produced by Eon Productions which is going to be..
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MAR
09

Save water save life

postWater can be elucidated as one of the most valuable gifts bestowed to man by nature. Almost every living component on earth is made of water.
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MAR
01

Drop Bear

postThylarctos plummetus known as The drop bear is a large, arboreal, predatory marsupial which is related to the koala.
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FEB
16

Box Jellyfish

postAustralian or Indo - pacific Box jellyfish (Chironex Fleckeri ) is known to be another most venomous marine creature known to mankind as its sting is often fatal.
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FEB
15

The Cassowary

postThe Cassowary are ratites, very large and flightless birds, in the genus casuaruis native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands as well as the north - eastern Australia.
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FEB
10

The blue Ringed Octopus

postGenus - Hapalochlaena or The blue ringed octopus are perhaps three or four octopus species that lives in the tide pools as well as the coral reefs in the Pacific and Indian Oceans,
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FEB
08

Eastern Brown Snake

postPseudonaja reptile or we say the eastern brown snake, is a species of genus Pseudonaja. This snake is considered as the second most venomous land snake based on its lethal dose of a 50 percent of val
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FEB
06

The Great White Shark

postThe great white shark, also known as White pointer, The great white or White death, is a species of a Large lamniform shark which is found in the coastal surfaces in almost all major oceans.
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JAN
25

The Deadly funnel web spiders

postA tracinae , commonly known as the Australian Funnel Web Spider , is originated from the family of the Hexathelidae. These sydney funnel - web spiders are one of the most dangerous
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DEC
20

COVID is not contagious from water

postProfessor Malik Peiris, the world's foremost virologist says there is no evidence that the virus could have entered the groundwater as a result of burying someone who died of the coronavirus.
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