The talent is 1% inspiration adds on 99% sweat, certainly, does not have that 1% inspiration, in the world all sweat to put or bring together also only is the sweat!
Do you know the characteristics and habits of elephants, as well as their life span?
The elephant is currently the world's largest mammal on land and belongs to the order Proboscis, there are only one family and two genera of three, namely, Elephantine, African elephant genus, and Asian elephant genus, there are two kinds of African elephant: common African elephant (also called Savannah elephant or bush elephant) and African forest elephant, Asian elephant only one kind (also called Indian elephant). Widely distributed in Africa south of the Sahara Desert and South and Southeast Asia to the southern border of China's tropical and subtropical areas.
Do you all know the function and role of the elephant's trunk?
The trunk of an elephant is not only a breathing organ and an olfactory organ but also has a tactile function. It can also be used to ingest food, drink water, carry objects and attack, and even communicate feelings and transmit information between individuals; trained elephants, can also hold the harmonica with their noses and play a tune. It is no compliment to say that the elephant's trunk is worthy of its omnipotent tool, with multiple functions.
unrequited love between human and ghost
Ethan is a cab driver and has been driving at night recently. That day it was more than midnight, he thought to earn more money to marry and have children, so he continued to wander in the silence of the road. Suddenly he saw a figure waving to him on the roadside, he stopped the car close, and looked, it was a beautiful woman! Ethan, a relatively introverted and shy person, did not dare to look, but from the afterglow probably knew that the girl was young and tall, wearing a pink chameleon, looking elegant and dignified.
A young reindeer herder meets his sweetheart
Ánte’s fingers closed around the reindeer’s horn. The strong bull responded immediately; it pulled and refused to stand still. At the same moment, Ánte caught sight of Erik across the field. Erik’s brown-bear-colored eyes focused on him.
How is inbreeding prevented when there is no concept of kinship between animals?
There is no concept of kinship between animals. Inbreeding occurs when members of the same litter are siblings and can be set up by a female with only her sons. In general, it happens very rarely and is mostly found when one female mates with multiple males, because males often mate more than once in different spots. If a female mates with more than one male, there is only a theoretical chance that some of her offspring would be the same as herself or one of her brothers; however, this should occur rarely. However, inbreeding among lions is probably more career than people think (13). Lions do not have any kind of limit on how many times they can mate to produce offspring. It has been shown that females come close to breeding again very soon after giving birth so that they can be ready to reproduce again before the first litter dies out (6).
Arctic temperatures are rising so fast? How will humans be affected by those in the future?
The Arctic region is warming at a rate more than twice as fast as average. The average global temperature is rising 1.4 degrees Celsius in the last 100 years, but the Arctic has warmed at nearly five times that rate. We need to take immediate action to prevent severe weather and rising sea levels, which could affect coastal areas and low-lying landmasses such as Bangladesh.
THE RATIONAL MORAL STATUS OF NON-HUMAN NATURAL PHENOMENON
ABSTRACT The survival of the human being, which is known as a being of consciousness depends in the healthy interaction and interrelation of variety of living and non-living organisms, empirical and supra-empirical realities in the Universe. These interactions calls for a unified coexistence of these realities. Hence, in some degree, the human person feels he has no direct moral obligations to non-rational, non-human nature, only rational beings are worth of moral considerability as Kant affirms. This will be argued as an excessively anthropocentric, and excludes the non-human natural world from the sphere of moral considerability. Conceding to the fact that non- human nature is instrumentally valuable to some extent, to some inevitable existential, ontological consideration.
Once upon a time, a king was hunting in the great forest, he struggled to chase a beast, but his followers were not able to follow him. It was getting late, and the king stopped to look around and realized that he was lost. He tried to get out of the forest, but could not find the way. At that moment, the king saw an old woman, a witch, nodding uncontrollably, walking toward him. "Good day," said the king to her, "will you show me the way out of the forest?" "Ah, yes, Your Majesty," replied the witch, "of course I can tell you, but on one condition. If you do not agree, you will never get out of the forest, and you will die of hunger in the forest."