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    10 Cats on Social Media who are Real Definition of Clinomania

    When you sleep too much probably you get Clinomania. Well, We do “clinomania” as a result of our anxiety disorders, these cats do it because they Love it !! Here are their tips for finding a perfect time to sleep in case you have a trouble sleeping or if you want to try sleeping in style… 1.When you decided that sleeping is better than do […] More

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    Facts in Lechuguilla Cave: A Hidden Treasure of New Mexico

    1. Lechuguilla Cave is part of Guadalupe Mountain Range. This Cave located in New Mexico which restricted by the authority only for scientific expedition only. Lechuguilla Cave Credit: Photo by WGBH educational foundation 2. The name Lechuguilla itself comes from a type of bushes which cover the ground 1400 feet or around 427 meters above the cave. Needle Park Maze  Credit: Photo by Dave Bunnell […] More

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    5 Book Must Read for Your Kid's Education

    1. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein  The story of this book is simple but linger in our mind. There is a boy who has an apple tree in his yard. As time passed, the tree always fulfills what his needs..even until the end the tree still can find to give something for the boy. This book teaches children on what heartfelt and unconditional love […] More

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    Butterflies: 5 Extinct Butterflies in the World

    1. Urania Sloanus Urania Sloanus is gorgeous and spectacular with it was black with iridescent red, blue, and green markings. It’s actually a moth when mostly moth active at night Urania Sloanus active in daylight. Its vibrant colors are a warning for its toxicity. Urania Sloanus is extinct because they lose their habitat. During the colonial era, Jamaica’s lowland rainforests were cleared and converted to […] More

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    5 Backstory about The City of Los Angeles

    1. The Tongva Indians Circa 500 AD, The Tongva Indians come to Los Angeles and displaced the Chumash. Their main village was Yang Na which the location today is near Los Angeles City Hall. 2. Mexicans 11 families with 44 Mexicans settle by the river in 1781. The settlement then named El Pueblo Sobre el Rio de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Los Angeles del […] More

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    6 Surfers who get attacked by sharks

    1. Bethany Hamilton She is an American professional surfer. She got bitten by a shark when she practiced for her competition. She lost her left arm but that didn’t stop her to become a winner. 2. Benjamin Linden He was a 24 years old surfer. That day he went surfing at the bay called Dolphins in North of Perth. Suddenly a great white shark came […] More

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    5 TOP World Mountains that will activate Your "Wanderlust vi

    1. Kilimanjaro mountain Kilimanjaro mountain has three cones Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira which 750,000,000 years old.  This Mountain located in Tanzania, East Africa with 5,895 meters above sea level. The name “Kilimanjaro” itself has a meaning as “The roof of Africa”. Despite the richness of animals habitats such as Colobus monkeys and a white-necked raven that you could find here, the mountain also well known […] More

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    5 Footballers who succeeded to get into Politics

    1. Thomas Bodstrom In his youth, Thomas Bodstrom joined as a football player in Allmänna Idrottsklubben (AIK ) for 3 years from 1987-1989. Then in 1990 he finished his bachelor degree in Law and choose to join the Lawyers without Borders in 1999. His political career started when he elected as a Minister of Justice from 2000 to 2006. Credit: http://www.aik.se/fotboll/historik 2. Oleg Blokhin He […] More

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    5 Great Civilization’s that Now Has Disappeared

    1. The Assyrian Assyrian empire’s territory spread from  Cyprus east Mediterranean to Iran and from what is now Armenia and Azerbaijan to the Arab peninsula, Egypt, and Eastern Libya. The first king of this empire is Tudiya, who is a founder of the city-state of Assur and a semi-nomadic King known as King who lived in the tents. It’s two major cities are Assur and Nineveh. During its time, the […] More

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    5 Most Colorful Birds in the World

    1. Nicobar Pigeon Nicobar pigeons are near threatened because they are hunted for food and their gizzards for jewelry. Some are sold as a Pet even though it’s illegal. This bird lived in Andaman and Nicobar islands, India, Malay Archipelago, the Solomons, and Palau. This bird has a close relationship with the extinct Dodo.  Credit: Photo by Instagram @joevalentiphotography  2. Quetzal They are found in a […] More

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    5 Backstory Behind Greatest Paintings!

    1. The Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso The old guitarist is a painting of a young skeleton man with an old guitar, sitting on the floor and bending his shoulder helplessly like a beggar. His eyes closed and for the first time you encounter with this image, you could see the burden in his life, his heart is screaming about the endless misery throughout his […] More

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    4 Learning Disabilities on Children that You Should Know

    Learning disability is a neurologically-based processing problem which can interfere the learning skill of children in school years. Sometimes learning disability symptoms goes unnoticed and many parents think light about it…that it just a matter of time rather than find out what’s going on with their children. It will create problems for the children in the future. So Buzzers, through this article let’s find out […] More

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