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Angler Fish Interesting Mating Facts

Angler fish is a deep sea creature known by its lantern which attracts the pray in dark waters.For them to find a suitable partner can be a impossible quest. For this reason when male finds a female it latches on her and spends the rest of his life feeding from his female partner. After certain time the male loses his organs and their skin melt into each other’s becoming one organism.  Scientists were puzzled by this discovery because consequently the male becomes a small lump on the female’s body. The lump that is always available source of sperm. The male angler fish finds a female by following her odor in the vast ocean. In sense it gives itself completely to became senseless creature that is no more than ordinary parasite.

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Kirlian Photography

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Facts about Rhode Island

Roger Williams found the Rhode Island and established the first Baptist church in America in 1638. It occupies the land area of 1045 square miles. Though it is the smallest state in America in size but it still attracts number of tourists due to its extensive shoreline and pleasant weather. Rhode Island is the smallest… Keep Reading

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Facebook Privacy Facts

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Why Men Have Nipples

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Dark Energy Facts

After supernova universe was expanding up to one point and after that strange matter continued this expansion. Scientists called this matter the Dark Energy. Dark energy has so much of dark matter that is associated with it and we still don’t know much about it. Though, man has made such large strides in astronomy and… Keep Reading

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Scopolamine Facts

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Junk Dna Facts

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Why Poop Sometimes Floats?

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Cheerleading Facts

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Drinking Sea Water

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Giant Squid Facts

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Cliche Facts

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Firefox Facts

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Facts About Mark Twain

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Bernard Shaw Facts

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Meteora Facts

Meteora, an area that attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world every year is situated in Greece. Meteora is famous for its monasteries that are built on eroded rocks. The name itself means “suspended in the air”. The monks built these monasteries on the top of the rocks. Earlier there were many monasteries… Keep Reading

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Facts About Linux

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Fire Rainbow Facts

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Why is Universe Dark?

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Facts about Ronald Reagan

The 40th U. S. president Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois. Due to his unique hairstyle he was nicknamed “Dutch” by his father. He had his early education in Dixon where he actively participated in sports, acting and story- telling. While a student of high school he took up his… Keep Reading

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