Nature

Why is Tomato a fruit?

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Why is tomato a fruit? There are two definitions for a fruit. One is in a botanists’ perspective and the other is a cook’s perspective. A fruit is something that is the natural ‘product’ of&hellip

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Why Are Dinosaurs Extinct?

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Why Are Dinosaurs Extinct? All different species of dinosaurs died approximately 65 million years ago at the end of Mesozoic era. Their extinction has been a mystery but they might have become extinct due to&hellip

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Why do Coyotes howl?

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Why do Coyotes howl? Archeological evidence shows that coyotes lived in the east. They were largely eliminated later from the region by trapping and shooting. Later, these predators from the west, and those that remained&hellip

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Why do Bears hibernate?

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Why do bears hibernate? When we hear the word ‘hibernate’ we always associate it with bears. That is because, while a lot of animals go through hibernation during the winter season such as squirrels, rodents&hellip

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Why is the Sky blue?

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Why is the sky blue? The sky appears blue on a clear sunny day. In the evening, the sky slowly turns yellow, red and orange. This happens even in the early morning. But why does&hellip

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Why do Cats have Whiskers?

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Why do cats have whiskers? Has it ever bothered you why certain animals, like cats for example, have whiskers and we do not? Besides from the fact that they are part of their biological makeup,&hellip

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Why do Hurricanes occur?

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Why do hurricanes occur? The hurricane is a large, rotating, sustained surface wind of at least 74 mph. Due to earth’s rotation, these storms spin counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, and clockwise in the Southern&hellip

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