Viruses and viral diseases
The virus is an infectious agent that does not have a cellular structure, and is capable of reproducing only within cells of living organisms. For this they are referred to…

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Lizards and their peculiarities
Lizards are a subcatch of scaly reptiles. Its composition includes practically all flaky reptiles, with the exception of snakes. And with snakes, by the way, many lizards are very similar.…

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Blood-sucking mosquitoes
Mosquitoes are a family of flying blood-sucking insects. For this feature they also received another name - Bloodsucking mosquitoes, although usually it is reduced. Apart from the fact that these…

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The importance of swamps in nature

The swamp is a part of the earth’s surface, which has excess moisture, high acidity and low soil fertility, which is the consequence of raising the ground water to the surface, which, however, does not form a constant layer of water. The word itself means “dirt”. This is true, because the swamps represent a mixture of soil, water, and semi-decomposable organic matter (mainly of vegetable origin) that are on the surface. Characteristic smell arises precisely because of them. Over time, these substances, incidentally, turn into a useful resource – peat. Continue reading

The lakes and their role in nature

The lake is a naturally occurring water filled with water in the boundaries of a lake bowl and has no direct connection with the sea or the ocean. Or, according to geographical definition, a lake is a naturally occurring closed entrainment filled with water in the earth’s surface.
The lakes are not part of the world ocean, being considered as something intermediate between the ponds and the seas. Continue reading

The importance of swamps in nature
The swamp is a part of the earth's surface, which has excess moisture, high acidity and low soil fertility, which is the consequence of raising the ground water to the…

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The harm and the benefit of aloe
Aloe - a family of succulent plants, numbering more than 500 species. Of course, far from all of them have medicinal properties. However, some species, common in the Russian-speaking countries,…

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