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Evolution of Dinosaurs
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DAWN OF THE DINOSAOURS When did dinosaurs develop? The first dinosaurs developed from other reptiles about 230 million years ago. At this, the world looked very different. There were no birds or mammals, and, although there were ferns and trees,... Read More
Neerja Bhanot
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Neerja Bhanot (September 7, 1964 - September 5, 1986) born in Chandigarh, India was the daughter of Harish & Rama Bhanot and was a Flight attendant for Pan Am airlines, based in United States. She was the senior flight purser on the ill-fated Pan... Read More
Discovery of America - How Christopher Columbus Discovered America?
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One of the most significant dates during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs was 12th October 1492: the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. When was America discovered by Europeans? The first Europeans in America were probably the Vikings... Read More
Apes Human Evolution - From Apes to Humans
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What are Primates? Primates are a group of mammals that includes apes, monkeys and humans. The first primates lived on Earth about 50 million years ago, but they looked rather like squirrels. Over millions of years, different kinds of primates... Read More
Aristotle - Great Greek Philosopher
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Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. His writings cover many subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics,... Read More
Chinese Rulers - Who Ruled China in the past?
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How ruled China in the past? Fromm 221 BC until AD 1912, China was ruled by a series of emperors. These men were powerful and were called sons of heaven. During the time, china was one of the largest, richest and most advance civilizations in the... Read More
Spread of Islam - When was Islam Founded?
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When was Islam founded? Islam was founded by the prophet Muhammad in the Middle East in the AD 600s. within 400 years, the Islamic religion had spread far and wide. The Islamic rulers, called caliphs, led great armies that conquered a region... Read More
How Life Started on Earth?
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When did life on Earth begin? Life on a Earth began about 3500 million years ago. When Earth first formed, it was too hot for life to exist. The first living things were bacteria, which developed in deep-sea springs or muddy pools near volcanoes ... Read More
Mountains and Valleys - Commonly Asked Questions
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How do mountains form? Some mountains form from volcanoes. Dome Mountains occur where magma near the Earth's surface forms a rounded bulge of rock, but does not erupt to become a volcano. Fold Mountains form when two colliding plates cause the... Read More
Industrial Revolution - What was the Industrial Revolution?
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What was the Industrial Revolution? The Industrial Revolution was the time when machines were increasingly used to do work that had been done by people. The change began in Britain in the late 1700s and eventually spread throughout the world. The... Read More
Earth Polar Regions - Information About Polar Regions
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The polar regions are the areas that surround Earth's geographic North and South Poles. The area surrounding the North Pole is called the Arctic and includes almost the entire Arctic Ocean and northern areas of Europe, Asia and North America. The... Read More
Volcanoes and Earthquakes - Frequently Asked Questions
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Why do volcanoes erupt? Volcanoes erupt when some of the hot magma (liquid rock) from below the Earth's surface squeezes up through holes in the surface. Magma is so hot that it melts solid rock in its path and makes a tunnel through the crust just... Read More
Festivals and Events - Festivals Around The World
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What happens at Jewish Passover? Passover is an important religious festival that Jews celebrate with special prayers and food. It begins with the Seder – a meal and a story about the history of Passover. Passover is the times to Jews were... Read More
How are babies made? How is baby made?
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How is a baby made? A baby is made when two very tiny cells, one from a father and one from mother, join together. The male cell is called a sperm and the female cell is called egg. The cells are so tiny,  you can only see them under a... Read More