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Biofuel Facts

Biofuel can be defined as any type of fuel which gets the energy from the process of biological carbon fixation. This process takes place in living organisms. It is a non-

Biofuel Facts

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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is a part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. It is the world’s first international peace park which was formed to celebrate peace and friendship between the United States...

Glacier National Park

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North Sea

The North Sea is a part of the Atlantic Ocean. It is located in northern Europe exactly between Norway and 

North Sea

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Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a mysterious looking salt lake which is also known as the Salt Sea. It is one of the most salty lakes with a salt concentration...

Dead Sea

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Angel Falls

The Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the entire world with a height of 807 meters. It is also ranked among world’s four most beautiful waterfalls. It is also one of the least accessible tourist attractions in South America. It is located in the Canaima National Park in Venezuela. This...

Angel Falls

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Iguazu Falls Facts

Iguazu Falls, also known as Iguassu Falls are located on the Brazilian and Argentinean borders. The word Iguazu means ‘big water’. These falls are one of the most popular and beautiful falls in the world. These waterfalls are second to

Iguazu Falls Facts

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All About Mining

All About Mining
The Earth is full of resources, including food, water, minerals and stones. People have used rocks and minerals from the Earth for thousands of years to make weapons, tools and...

All About Mining

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Crystals

Crystals
Here’s a project for you: place a black sheet of paper on a cookie sheet. Set the paper outdoors the next time it snows. Allow a few snowflakes to fall on the paper. Bring the cookie sheet indoors and look at the snowflakes through a magnifying lens. What do you see? That flat snowflake...

Crystals

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