Friday, 30 September 2016

10 Most Bizarre and Beautiful Starfish Photos

10 Most Beautiful Sea Star Photos :

Starfishes are one of the most bizarre sea creatures. It is fascinating to look at an animal of the ocean that resembles the shape of a star (yes, I know, actually a star does not have arms and angles). Here are some of the most beautiful and odd looking starfish photos collected by me for your pleasure. Now enjoy the ride and never forget to share the page with your friends.

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Royal Starfish
Source: TheMargue on Wikipedia Commons.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Infographic Largest Whales

Infographic About Largest Whales

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Scientists Discovered a Ghostly Octopus in the Deep Ocean Floor

ghostly octopus

NOAA Scientists Found A New Species of Octopus


The scientists of NOAA has discovered a new species of octopus in the deep sea floor near Hawaii. The animal is named as "casper" by the researchers. Capser is the name of a popular friendly ghost character of children's cartoons.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Heart Stopping Underwater Waterfall of Mauritius - Wonder of the Nature

Underwater Waterfall of Mauritius

The Underwater Waterfall


Have you ever heard of the amazing underwater waterfall of Mauritius? Yes, it is the wonder of the nature. There is really one such thing there.
 

Mauritius is an island nation. It is in the southern part of the Indian Ocean. There is 1200 mi ocean water between the island and the mainland of Africa. The island was a Portuguese, Danish, French and British colony for a long period of time. The majority of the population is of Indian origin.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

No Blue Whale Is Not The Loudest Animal On Earth

sperm whale is the loudest

What is The Loudest Animal In The World ?


No, blue whale is not actually the loudest animal on earth. We all read in schools that the blue whales are the loudest, is not it? So, why we are saying in the contrary? Well, the answer needs a bit explanation.

Loudness of sound is measured by a unit called Bell. But the unit is too large for practical purposes and so we use decibel (dB) instead. A normal conversation is about 60-65 dB loud. The sound of a hand drill is about 98 db while the sound of a 12 gauge shotgun blast is 165 dB. Remember, the unit is logarithm based so difference between 30 and 32 dB is not just 2 units but it is 2x.