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Eastern whip-poor-will (Antrostomus vociferous) is continuously declining due to habitat loss and unavailability of insects for food. Little is known about whip-poor-will migration because of their nocturnal quite habit during non-breeding season. At high latitude 80% avian species are migratory wherein factors affecting migration includes predators, anthropogenic threats and pathogens. Migratory strategies allows individual to…

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Amidst the battle for supremacy, our army of immune cells relentlessly wages war against various pathogens, especially superbug bacteria. Despite the pool of ample winnings, our body still experiences defeat from time to time. We succumb to diseases as the war reels its favor towards the tenacious pathogens. Of course, we cannot allow our immune…

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Thanatosis — pretending to be dead — is one of the best strategies that certain wild animals came up with in order to survive. Since the prey is usually inferior to its predator, it must use wit to its advantage. When all else seems futile, thanatosis seems the only way to go.      …

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Humans are not the only fathers capable of giving it all for the sake of their progeny. The animal kingdom is teeming with fathers that are downright heroes.  For instance, male redbacks and dark fishing spiders would voluntarily throw themselves into the clutches of their mated female and eaten… never again to procreate or see…

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Physical, chemical or biological changes in the environment that will affect its equilibrium are indeed a need of thorough investigations. For it will create a compounded effect from the lower living organisms up to a higher one. This particular article cited the conservation strategies that sustain life on tropical Asian rivers way back two decades…

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The ability to focus one’s attention on a specific point of interest for a given time is referred to as selective attention. Imagine a scenario wherein you can pay attention to everything. That would lead to information overload. Selective attention enables an individual to react to certain stimuli from among those occurring simultaneously. This ability…

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Evolutionary evidence showcases the importance of ancient species that evolved through million years ago and still existed at present time. Environmental changes, geographic movement and plate tectonic changes can affect the evolutionary process of a certain species morphologically for survival. The paper signifies the lineage of certain endemic gastropod species in Lake Malawi. The authors…

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Selective attention refers to the ability of an individual to focus. We can choose what to pay attention to and then ignore all else unless it is something worthy of our attention. Think about this: a day before the final submission of an essay project, you would probably be pressured into doing nothing else but to…

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Summary: Why are non-human primates unable to speak like humans? A widely-accepted theory associated it with their lack of vocal anatomy to produce human-like sounds. This was debunked, though, by recent studies upon recognizing vocal muscles similar to ours. It appears that non-human primates are speech-ready and yet do not speak still the way we…

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Common bottlenose dolphins are the largest species of the beaked dolphins that inhabits in temperate and tropical oceans worldwide. These species are large that mostly found in groups and known to mixed with other species like whales and cetaceans. Common bottlenose dolphin diet mainly squid, eel, shrimp and wide variety of fishes by swallowing a…

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