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What Can You See At Wilson Promontory

11th December 2012
Wilson promontory is one of the most naturally endowed places in all of Australia. Reserved as a national park, its amazing array of natural resources have been and are still secluded from intrusion and obliteration by harmful human actions. Wilsons Promo... Read >
Author: nabeelshaukat

American Water Spaniel Dog

19th May 2010
The American Water Spaniel is a hardy dog that is muscular and active. His head is in proportion to the body but is fairly long. It has a square looking muzzle. This has a wide nose with large nostrils that are black or can be brown. The teeth are of leve... Read >
Author: scott lipe

Interesting Facts about Mosquitoes

28th February 2009
Have you ever thought of other interesting facts about mosquitoes other than the fact that they transmit malaria? Here are some facts you did not know about it. It's only the female that bites; male mosquitoes do not bite. The female mosquitoes suck bl... Read >
Author: John Sern

What Happen To The Moa Bird

22nd September 2008
The Moa bird was a huge bird. However, the biggest moa was the Giant Moa. It was taller than three metres and weighed nearly 250 kilograms. The giant moa was one of the largest of all birds ever known in the world. Nevertheless, there were smaller moa bir... Read >
Author: Jay Schindler

Stages of Coal Formation

25th July 2007
Understanding the different types of coal involves first developing a basic understanding of how coal forms within the earth. The types of coal are differentiated by specific properties which result from having undergone varying degrees of heat and pressu... Read >
Author: wespipe

Three Types of Fossil Fuels

29th June 2007
Fossil fuels are responsible for providing the energy needed worldwide for many household and industrial purposes today. Deposits of fossil fuels are found throughout the world deep inside the earth. Fossil fuels are the carbon rich remains of ancient veg... Read >
Author: wespipe
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