What Is Limnology?
Limnology is the of study of inland waters.
Tapanuli Orangutan: The Newest Species of Orangutans
The Tapanuli orangutan was identified as the third distinct species of orangutan in 2017.
What Is A Riffle?
A riffle is a shallow fluvial landform in a flowing channel.
The Most Venomous Snakes Of Egypt
Several species of vipers and cobras with the ability to deliver deadly venom live in Egypt.
What is the Goldilocks Zone?
The “Goldilocks zone” is a metaphor used to refer to the Circumstellar Habitable Zone (CHZ), which is a region in space where a planet is at a...
American Alligator Facts: Animals of North America
The American Alligator is indigenous to the southeastern United States.
Coconut Crabs Facts: Animals of the World
Coconut crabs mostly inhabit the Indian Ocean and central parts of the Pacific Ocean.
What Is A Xerophyte?
A plant species that is well-adapted to survive in an environment with little liquid water is called a xerophyte.
The Tallest Mountains In Central America
Guatemala's Volcán Tajumulco is the tallest mountain in Central America.
What Is A Serac?
A serac is a glacial landform.
Where is the Source of the Mississippi River?
Lake Itasca, in Clearwater County, Minnesota, is the source of the Mississippi River.
What Is The Karoo?
The karoo is a semi-desert natural region of South Africa.
What Is A Tarn?
A mountain lake formed in a cirque of a glacier is known as a tarn.
Days And Holidays Dedicated To Birds
Several dates or days are dedicated to birds worldwide or in different parts of the world to raise awareness about bird conservation.
Saguaro Cactus - Unique Fauna of North America
The saguaro cactus, native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, can grow to be over 40 feet tall.
What Is A Microhabitat?
The small-scale habitat requirements of a specific animal or plant is called a microhabitat.
Whale Shark Facts: Animals of the Oceans
At 41.5 feet long and weighing in at 21.5 tons, the whale shark is the largest fish in the ocean.
The Ten Species Of Small Wild Cats Found In Asia
In addition to the big cats of Asia, ten species of small wild cats also live in the continent.
What Is An Island Arc?
An island arc is a type of archipelago comprising of a chain of islands usually near the convergent boundary of two tectonic plates.