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Discuss: Is it possible to use animals to measure the radioactivity of irradiated areas?
The University of Fukushima, Japan, has announced its decision to send monkeys and wild boars in the irradiated areas after the nuclear accident in the Japanese archipelago in March 2011. Equipped with equipment designed to meet the level of radioactivity, these animals will thus collect valuable data. The goal: to allow scientists, who fear a strong contamination of forests and rivers, to map the damage caused by the nuclear incident, without endangering the lives of human beings.
Are you for or against using animals to measure the radioactivity of irradiated areas?
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Among a certain number of social insects, the body is adapted to the functions of the individual. Ants or termites soldiers, for example, feature powerful jaw stuck on huge heads. This is not the case of bees which ensure yet many roles in their lives. An exception confirms the rule, with the first war ever described bee: Jadai bee. Continue reading
Morocco has historically conjured up images of ancient walled cities, desert-crossing camel caravans, Arab sultans, Berber tribesmen, and mud-walled kasbahs shaded by tall date palms. The good news is that the Morocco of today can still deliver this, plus much more.
Costa Rica is consistently one of the hottest vacation and adventure-travel destinations in Latin America, with more than a million visitors each year. Despite the boom in vacationers, Costa Rica remains a place rich in natural wonders and biodiversity, where you can still feel far from the maddening crowds.
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In part of Sichuan province a camera has also been taken film when a giant panda was eating meat. It is unlikely the panda pictured killed the antelope in the picture and may have fortuitously stumbled across the animal in the forest.
A significant part of the panda diet consists of fresh bamboo shoots, but the professionals are aware that their diet is less than one percent of meat and other plants make up. Moreover, some pandas prefer to eat meat than others. The panda belongs to the bears family, so basically carnivorous animals typical of the digestive system. Because of this carnivorous digestive system the panda derives little energy and protein from consumption of bamboo so must eat as much as 14kg a day to stay healthy. The evolution of the course is completely adapted to a vegetarian diet. Sometimes, however, seem to have to get out the old behavior. For example in last May, a panda caught a peacock in a Chinese zoo.
The giant panda is the world’s most threatened animals. Unfortunately, their future remains uncertain. In 2005 the Chinese government had established over 50 panda reserves, protecting more than 2.5 million acres. Its diverse habitats contain many rare, endemic and endangered flora and fauna, the best known being the giant panda. But habitat loss continues to occur outside of protected areas, while poaching remains an ever-present threat. This amazing animal is the symbol of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) since 1961.