bermuda triangle

  The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean roughly bounded by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico where dozens of ships and airplanes have disappeared. Unexplained circumstances surround some of these accidents, including one in which the pilots of a squadron of U.S. Navy bombers became disoriented while flying over the area; the planes were never found. Other boats and planes have seemingly vanished from the area in good weather without even radioing distress messages. But although myriad fanciful theories have been proposed regarding the Bermuda Triangle, none of them prove that mysterious disappearances occur more frequently there than in other well-traveled sections of the ocean. In fact, people navigate the area every day without incident. Bermuda Triangle Theories and Counter-Theories By the time author Vincent Gaddis coined the phrase “Bermuda Triangle” in a 1964 magazine article, additional mysterious accidents had occurred in the area, including three passen

is kraken real

  These are certainly mythical tales. But  the Kraken legends may have been based on a real creature: the giant squid . Giant squid have long tentacles and can grow up to 40-50 feet in length. They usually live deep in the sea. The Kraken was said to haunt the seas of  Norway, Greenland, and Iceland . Seafarer sightings of the Kraken took place in the 1700s, but it was first recorded by King Sverre of Norway in 1180. Kraken mythology said that the Kraken was a creature so large that it could be mistaken for an island. There have been several reported sightings of mysterious sea creatures over the last hundred years, but  there is no conclusive evidence to suggest that any of these sightings were of the legendary Kraken  or another similar monster.

bloop fish real or fake

  The source of a mysterious rumble recorded in the ocean in 1997 is now known to have originated from an icequake.  "The Bloop" is the given name of a mysterious underwater sound recorded in the 90s .

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Types of mimicry

  Mimicry is a fascinating and diverse phenomenon in the natural world. It occurs when one organism evolves to resemble another organism or object, often for the purpose of gaining an advantage. There are many different types of mimicry, but some of the most common include: Batesian mimicry Opens in a new window Batesian mimicry In Batesian mimicry, a harmless species evolves to resemble a harmful species, such as a poisonous snake. This can deceive predators into avoiding the harmless mimic, giving it a survival advantage. A classic example of Batesian mimicry is the Viceroy butterfly, which mimics the Monarch butterfly to avoid being eaten by predators. Müllerian mimicry Opens in a new window Müllerian mimicry In Müllerian mimicry, two or more harmful species evolve to resemble each other. This can benefit both species by educating predators to avoid both of them. For example, many species of poisonous snakes have similar color patterns, such as bright band

7 wonders of the world

  The Seven Wonders of the World are a collection of some of the most iconic and awe-inspiring structures and natural features on Earth. There are two main lists of the Seven Wonders of the World: the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the New Seven Wonders of the World. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World The Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt) Opens in a new window Great Pyramid of Giza The Hanging Gardens of Babylon ( Iraq) The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (Turkey) The Statue of Zeus at Olympia (Greece) The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (Turkey) The Colossus of Rhodes (Greece) The Lighthouse of Alexandria (Egypt) New Seven Wonders of the World The Colosseum (Italy) Opens in a new window Colosseum The Great Wall of China (China) Opens in a new window Great Wall of China Chichen Itza (Mexico) Opens in a new window Chichen Itza Christ the Redeemer (Brazil) Opens in a new window Christ the Redeemer Machu Picchu

facts on everythings

 saturn's rings are 90% water jupiters largest moon ganymade has a salty ocean that contains more water than earth mercury takes only 3 months for a year a day is longer than a year on venus for a rocket to orbit needs to travel 17,600 miles per hour every second your body produces 25 million new cells your brain doesn't feel pain a woman have half a litre blood less than men the heart produces about 70ml blood in each heart beat the circulatory system in more the 60,000 miles  worms have 5 hearts snail can sleep up to 3 years sloths spend about 98% of their lives in a tree the giant octopus has 9 brains, 3 hearts, blue blood sea turtles never meet their parents a butterfly has more than 12,000 eyes some octopus species lay 56,000 eggs at a time the longest english word has 189,819 letters if you sneeze too hard, you could fracture a rib course of of an average life, while sleeping you eat around 10 spiders and 70 assorted insects  and more baboons are able to writing