Flies and their role in nature
Flies are very common flying two-winged insects. They inhabit practically all warm areas of the planet, delivering many problems to living organisms, including people. After all, flies are the carriers…

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The structure of the mountains and their classification
Mountains are uneven parts of the land, rising steeply over the adjoining areas of 500 meters or more. They can have different shapes, drawings, size. Because of what they are…

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Caves and their peculiarities
A cave is a natural cavity in the upper layer of the earth's crust, which has at least one exit to the surface. Sometimes caves are the most complicated systems…

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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

Environmental organization Greenpeace
Greenpeace (translated as "green world") is an international environmental organization. It is one of the largest and most famous in the world, and has been protecting the environment for almost…

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The atmosphere of the building
The Earth's atmosphere has a number of layers that differ in their various properties: temperature, pressure, height, composition, etc. Troposphere The area of ​​the atmosphere extending from the surface of…

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