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    Seychelles Case Study

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    Why You Should Plan Your Honeymoon in Seychelles You cannot make a better choice for a romantic honeymoon than Seychelles. It will not disappoint you. With its unspoiled beaches fringed by radiant warm waters, lush green areas, breath-taking mountains and isolated bays for a romantic picnic, Seychelles is truly a tropical paradise for an unforgettable honeymoon. I know how hectic it is to plan a wedding, but the honeymoon is the best time to recover, with those post-nuptial breezy nights, just you and your new spouse. Oh! it’s so romantic. Seychelles make the perfect setting for your honeymoon, where you and your new spouse can celebrate your love in paradise. No honeymoon destination can certainly equal the kind of reputation a top honeymoon destination like Bahamas has. Being freshly minted as a Mr. and Mrs., you need somewhere special with spectacular settings, and the best place to consider is Seychelles. Why Seychelles?…

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    Why Do People Clean Water?

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    http://www.livingwatersus.com/collections/water-4-life Water 4 Life Water is a basic human necessity and a vital natural resource for all phases of life. Unfortunately today, more than a billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Consider these: • Thirty percent of the world does not have enough water to drink or wash with. • More than two million children are dying every year from water related problems with increasing cases of cholera, dysentery and typhoid. • Seven billion people in…

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    tourists, it’s a great spot for an all-natural mud bath. You don't want to miss getting a photo of yourself floating atop the salty water, so be sure to bring a smartphone with an excellent camera, like the iPhone 6 from T-Mobile. However, this durable and inhospitable body of water is no match for global warming, and has shrunk by almost 30 percent in the last 30 years. While it may not seem like there’s a lot of life in the Dead Sea, the water is actually home to bacteria and microbial fungi…

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    water-sport activities. It’s been a treasured ‘hush-hush’ beach, but we think you deserve to know about it. 2. Watamu Beach, Kenya Watamu Beach, KenyaPhoto Source: RG_Photo-Graphs on Flickr Kenya is famed for its stunning safari parks, and blessed with spectacular beaches with picture-perfect white sandy beaches and turquoise blue sea. Admittedly, some Kenyan beaches have somewhat been spoiled by yonks of mass tourism but Watamu beach is unspoiled and well-preserved. The beach is ranked among…

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    the garbage to pollute the earth, taking into account that “Americans throw out approximately 400 million electronic devices” per year (Greenhaven Press) Therefore, in order to protect the world, it is necessary to be completely aware of the healthy recycling companies versus the unreliable ones. Some may also think that since there are reliable recycling companies, then that means technological waste isn’t a major issue that needs to be worried about, but this is not actually true. Yes, there…

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    general. In this research paper, microsatellite (406 samples) and mtDNA (573 samples) were both analyzed from as many as 9 locations. The locations included the Red Sea and the Gulf of California. Fragments of mtDNA sequences were read using Geneious 6 and aligned using the ClustalX method. The two database produced raw and a modified dataset where gaps and insertions found were replaced with a one mutation step. For microsatellites, the rarefaction method was used in the software HP-rare…

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    Although bleaching and other impacts of climate change can make a coral reef vulnerable and damaged, not all hope is lost. Most coral reef ecosystems can recover over time, some taking as little as 20 years and others taking more than 100 years. This does not mean that we should turn our heads on coral reefs and the damage we inflict on them, simply because they will “recover”. This recovery can only work if humans take great care in preserving them. This can be done by assisting the coral with…

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    Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia , Spain, Switzerland,and Macedonia. Now liberalsm likewise embraced for Bosnia-Herzegovina Andorra, Belarusia, Ireland ,Faroe Islands, Georgia,and San Marino. • In the continent of Asia, Iran, Thailand, Jepang, India ,Israel, South korea, Philippines, Taiwan, and Turki. Now liberalism also embraced for Kamboja ,Mayanmar, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore. • Following countries understand the liberalism in Oceania islands: New Zealand and Australia…

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    Shensi Earthquake

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    Shensi China Jan 23 1556 This earthquake occurred in the Shaanxi province (formerly Shensi), China, about 50 miles east-northeast of Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi. This earthquake has took 830,000 lives and ground fissures landslides and city walls were destroyed. This quake also affected Liuyang 500 miles away from shensi. 2. 1964 Alaska Earthquake. A magnitude of 9.2 earthquake shook alaska and created many damage in communities. Anchorage has many damaged because of no earthquake proof…

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    also breathe this way. That means that they belong to the group called Chondrichthyes. Whale sharks have a distinct pattern of polka dots, and lines on them. These patterns help the shark stand out from all the other sea creatures. Every whale shark has different spots in different places. There spots and lines are like fingerprints with us. No two sharks have the same patterns of spots and lines. Whale sharks live mostly in the warmer areas of the world. They live in oceanic and coastal…

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