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The clothes which shares Europe

The Dutch government has decided on January 27th 2012, after France and Belgium: generally prohibits the wearing of the burqa and the niqab in public places, public buildings, like schools, hospitals and public transport. The fine may have at most 380 euro. In Germany( Hesse) mustn’t wear burqa or niqab for public employees on their  … Continue reading

One of the most shameful acts in the human history

“Each day the traders are kidnapping our people – children of this country, sons of our nobles and vassals, even people of our own family.This corruption and depravity are so widespread that our land is entirely depopulated. We need in this kingdom only priests and schoolteachers, and no merchandise, unless it is wine and flour … Continue reading

A threatened primate appears in a new habitat

An endangered primate has extended its range. Presbytis hosei canicrus has indeed been seen in a forest that is not part of its known habitat. This is good news as long as this population is viable and that the subspecies is still present in its former habitat. Continue Reading here 

warriors sacrifice themselves for their colony

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 … Continue reading

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Why dogs paws are not cold?

Children often ask this excellent question: Do the dogs have cold feet? The answer is no. Like many wild animals living in cold climates, dogs have heat exchangers within their pads. The bloodstream back toward the body is always warm … until the outside temperature is -35 ° C. Continue reading here Blue Line – … Continue reading

Mercury atmospheric pollution back to the ground!

Thousands of tons of mercury are released into the atmosphere each year. Is this element so toxic to humans? It would be transformed into an oxidized form at the top of the atmosphere. After returning to the ground, transformed mercury can then integrate ecosystem water and accumulate along the food chain. In short, it is … Continue reading

In short: the dogs are listening with eyes, same like human children

The word is not enough. Dogs look before they act just like us. Responsiveness of dogs to human communication would be identical to that of a young child. This result justifies the love that many people carry for these pets. Continue reading

Angkor, between droughts and torrential rains

The decline of Angkor is due, at least in part, to the extreme variability of weather conditions to which the Khmer were unable to adjust their water system to be sophisticated. Written by Abdullah Al Abbadi/Blue Line news From the 11 th century, Khmer civilization flourished and moved over the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia, and … Continue reading

Mammals have taken advantage of past climate changes

 The evolution of mammals is strongly correlated with climate, at least for the species in North America who lived in the aftermath of the Cretaceous . This is reflected in a U.S. study that compares the temperature with the demographics of these animals. Written by Abdullah Al Abbadi/Blue Line News The first mammals appeared on … Continue reading

Why Mosquitoes bite you? scientists found the reason now..

Mosquitoes are attracted to certain smells of our body, which depend on … peopl’s contains of becteria. Dutch scientists have identified more specifically these reasons that attract mosquitoes. This is not a track for a new deodorant but hope to limit the Plasmodium infection , the vector of malaria . Continue reading

Evolution: the first tetrapods were not reckless

Amphibians evolved from fish during the Devonian. It is a certainty. However, the environment in which this transition has occurred remains hypothetical. A new study situated the occurrence of tetrapods in wetlands and woodlands. Limb development and mobility of the neck would have allowed them to take advantage of this environment. Written by Abdullah Al … Continue reading