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Saturday, June 23, 2018

What causes a monsoon?

It’s been raining quite heavily recently. Malaysia has two monsoon seasons; the Southwest Monsoon which occurs from late May to September, and the Northeast...

What is the toughest animal on earth?

THIS small 1.0 mm animal can survive both the hottest and coldest environments on earth, and can even stand high levels of radiation. Do...

What is the most poisonous snake?

EVER wondered what’s the most poisonous snake in the world? Technically snakes aren’t poisonous rather their venom kills you. Some of the most dangerous bites...

What are rhinoceros’ horns made up of?

Rhinoceros or rhinos are large, herbivorous mammals that are commonly identified by their horned snouts. The word rhinoceros were derived from Greek words in...

How do microwave ovens work?

MICROWAVE ovens cook and heat food incredibly fast, in minutes or less. But how does this great invention work? Microwave ovens operate in the electromagnetic...

Why do dogs wag their tail?

Wagging the tail is an emotional language that dogs speak. If the tail sets are not wagging, it shows that the dog is relaxed....

Why do crocodiles often lie with their mouths open?

Crocodiles are cold blooded reptiles prevalent in tropical regions of Africa, the Americas, Asia and Australia. They are members of the order Crocodilia that...

What makes a person happy?

EVEN though Valentine’s Day is over, but the feeling of love and happiness will linger on. People all around the world will be very excited...

Amazing Facts about Octopus

OCTOPUSES are one of most interesting ocean creatures and as we all know, they are famous for having eight tentacles and bulbous heads. The World...

What is the risk of flying?

BY SCIENCE BRIDGE ACADEMY During holidays, many of us will take the opportunity to travel somewhere, perhaps overseas. With low cost air-lines abundant, many of us...

What causes high tide and low tide at sea?

THE earth and moon rotate around each other, each pulling the other towards itself. The moon attracts every piece of matter on earth. Since gravity...

How do boats float?

HAVE you ever wondered why ships and boats that carry tonnes of weight can float in water but you can’t walk on water? Boats...

Why are there different types of calendars?

BY SCIENCE BRIDGE ACADEMY There are many different kind of calendars being actively used around the world and are basically of three types – solar,...

How do stalagmite and stalactite form?

Stalactites and stalagmites are types of rock formation prevalent in limestone caves. A stalactite hangs from the ceiling or sides of a cave whereas...

How do bats navigate at night?

Ever heard the idiom ‘as blind as a bat’? It is commonly utilised to denote a person with poor eyesight. On the contrary, bats aren’t...

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