Pandas survive mostly on bamboo and they can be found either eating or sleeping. Giant pandas are always seen munching bamboo in the photos. A new research published in journal Science has found that pandas remain lazy to save energy. Due to their low activity, their energy requirements are quite low.
The red river at several locations has witnessed the appearance of an unwelcomed guest, it is the zebra mussel larvae and a considerable number of these have been discovered for the first time at different locations north of Wahpeton.
Named ‘Veligers’, these invasive species have been found in the river at six cities: Wahpeton, Abercrombie, Fargo, Grand Forks, Drayton and Pembina.
The survival of the fittest! The assertion holds good for all forms of life and very aptly for the newly discovered species of a worm that is covered with spikes and has been asserted to be one of the first animals on Earth to develop armor to protect itself from predators and to use a specialized mode of feeding.
All those in love with the sun and its light will get to enjoy a little more of it this Sunday, the 21st June as it is the longest day for the year, 2015 or the summer solstice.
The summer solstice is the day with the maximum hours of sunlight in the whole year. The solstice occurs when the sun halts at the Tropic of Cancer before returning southwards.