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Ecology

A flower in the barren-dry land, Dry land, The waterless land

What do You know About This Quietly Destructive Calamity? – Erakina

Summary: Even our Blue Planet isn’t quite safe from turning brown. Here’s why: Water is the fundamental necessity of life. Scientists have found it to be so essential, that they believe any celestial body with large reserves of water may very well contain some form of life. Our planet Earth is 71% covered with water. …

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Trillium Grandiflorum

Wakerobin Of The Family Melanthiaceae – Erakina – Erakina

Trillium also called wakerobin, tri flower, birthroot, birthwort, and wood lily, is a genus of about forty-three species of spring-flowering perennial herbs of the family Melanthiaceae, native to North America and Asia with the greatest diversity of species found in the southern Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States. Unexpectedly thirty-eight species are represented in …

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Ulysses Butterfly

Ulysses Butterfly: Facts You Won’t Believe!- Erakina

The Ulysses Butterfly: Papilio ulysses, the Ulysses butterfly (also commonly known as the Blue Emperor), is a large swallowtail butterfly of Australia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.  The Ulysses butterfly, named after the Greek hero from the epic Odyssey. It’s striking blue colors make it one of the most attractive of all …

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Robins

Cute Little Hoods That Can Fly_Robins – Erakina

Robins are birds with small bodies. Their overall length ranges from 12.5 – 14cms and a wingspan of about 16 inches. They can be seen in bright colors like brown, white, orange, black, and red.  Scientific Classification Domain: Eukaryote Kingdom: Animalia  Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Turdidae Genus: Turdus Species: migratorius Linnaeus The …

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How to protect endangered animals? – Erakina

Introduction to Endangerment Crisis Time and again, wildlife organizations like WWF and PETA have warned human civilization about the impending extinction of many species in the animal kingdom. They warned us on how there are thousands of animal species with reduction in their population and on the verge of extinction Constant poaching of some  animal …

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Flood

Floods in Canada

Heavy rains cause flooding in Canada and the US after a powerful storm hit the northwest Pacific region. This one dumped a month’s worth of rainfall in just two days. Some areas faced rainfall of 8 inches (20 cm) Along with the rain, storms and dust caused landslides and mudslides. Scientists have already warned that …

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Eagle

Eagle-The King of all birds

Nicknamed the “king of all birds,” eagles are large and powerful birds of prey that appear to soar majestically in the air, searching for their next meal. Although not the most agile flyer, its remarkable speed in the air certainly belies its enormous size relative to other birds. Most species are well-protected by governments, conservation …

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