Little water, sweaty, hot summer days and frigid winter nights make the desert an uninviting place for most animals and plants. But hiding just below the surface, the desert is alive with microbes—tiny, living things too small to see without magnification.
Every second of every day the brain is collecting and sending out signals from and to the parts of your body. It keeps everything working even when we are sleeping at night. Take a tour of this amazing control center.
Reading a scientific article can seem like a difficult task, but seeing how a scientific article can be broken down into parts helps to simplify your reading.
What is an ecological footprint?
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