I’ve written several posts about new species of animals. It made me wonder how difficult it would be to find a new species! Where would we even begin? So I decided to investigate exactly how to discover a new species.
If you want to kill a person, you can shoot a gun or throw a rock. But if craft and cleverness are your forte, poison is another option. Deadliest Poisons in History has the makings of a Netflix series, but I’m condensing into a cool blog post instead!
Instead of looking back at 2020, (ugh) let’s gaze further back. Since this is science blog, I’m giving a nod to 10 great scientists and their discoveries. Many of these scientists had messy lives. Many of the discoveries were accidental. Most of them are dead.
That means they can’t refute the gossip I’m about to throw around about them! Let’s take a peek…
Whenever I see an article about a new species, it’s usually about some bacteria or slug. Not that they don’t deserve a spot in the ecosystem, but slugs are not exciting. Octopuses are!
What is the legend of tea & how it came to be? Tea is the most consumed beverage on our planet, after water.
Let’s take a look a the world’s most popular drink!
Do you want to travel to the most difficult places to visit on earth?
In this day and age, I figured we could hop a plane to get anywhere.
I was wrong…
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