The Twin Jet Nebula

The Twin Jet Nebula – ESA/Hubble | Nature Magazine

  The Twin Jet Nebula The Twin Jet Nebula, or PN M2-9, is a striking sample of a bipolar planetary nebula. Bipolar planetary nebulae are shaped when the central object is not a single star, but a binary system, Studies have shown that the nebula’s size rises with time, and measurements of this rate of rise suggest that the stellar outburst that formed the parts occurred just 1200 years ago.   Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt ESA/Hubble | Nature Magazine

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Frilled lizard

Frilled lizard | Information about Frilled lizard

Frilled lizard | Information about Frilled lizard This lizard’s extra skin is a remarkable defence darker brown and greys this suggest that they use its their masking and also it lives in leaves branches the most strong features of these has the large circle of hair of skin which is usually folded back against of its head and neck which usually stays folded against the lizards body which comes from the large frill round its neck when it feels fear it gapes its mouth exposing a light pink or yellow lining when lizard out its frill and it displays the

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How do keys open doors

How Keys Open Locks Tip And Tricks | How Do Keys Open Doors?

How do keys open doors? Unlock the secrets of how these simple devices keep your possessions safe Throughout history, numerous lock-and-key combinations have been used to keep rooms and valuables secure. The earliest lock comprised of a series of wooden pins that could be moved only by a key with a matching profile. Called a pin-lock, it formed the basis of today’s pin-tumbler lock (often called a Yale or radial lock). Inside the barrel of a pin-tumbler lock is a series of spring-loaded, two-part pins of varying length. When a small, flat-sided key is inserted into the barrel, the serrations

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what are whiskers?

what are whiskers? | information about animal whiskers

what are whiskers? Find out how these specialized hairs help animals to sense their surroundings Whiskers are long, thick hairs that extend a mammal’s sense of touch beyond the surface of their skin. They are connected directly to the nervous system via sensory organs called proprioceptors at the base of the hair, which send information about the body’s position and movement to the brain. When an animal’s whisker comes into contact with an object or is disturbed by the flow of air or water, the movement stimulates the proprioceptive, which relays this sensory information to the brain. Whiskers can provide

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Green Basilisk Lizard | Information about green basilisk lizard

green basilisk lizard Interesting Information about lizards Lizards capture the imagination with their dragon and dinosaur-like looks, but out of a group of over 6,000 species, which are the most intriguing members? GREEN BASILISK LIZARD A cute reptile renowned for making miracles GREEN BASILISK LIZARD GREEN BASILISK LIZARD Basiliscus plumifrons Class Reptilia Territory Central America Diet Plants, fruit, insects, small vertebrates  Lifespan 10 years (in captivity) Adult weight 200g (7oz) Conservation status LEAST CONCERN This green basilisk lizard has a remarkable talent: walking (or, more accurately, running) on water, at speeds of around 1.5 meters (five feet) per second. While they are also strong swimmers and can spend

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Acai Fruit Benefits

acai berry benefits Uses and History | Acai berry Benefits

  acai berry Seed benefits Uses acai berry Seed Seed History and Information Acai berry Seed History and Information acai berry Seed is a palm tree native to Central and South America. The tree grows in swamps and reaches a height of about 90 feet (27 meters). The flowers are white and are followed by small purple berries with seeds. Acai berry belongs to a group of palm trees called cabbage palms and is also known as assai. Acai berry Uses The fruits and roots have been used for digestion problems. In Brazil, a tea made from the roots is taken

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