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Why Only 2 Out of 1000 Sea Turtles Survive Long Enough to Lay Eggs

The sea turtle population is in danger! This video from Ted Ed explains the survival rate of these precious reptiles: Ted Ed – The Survival of the Sea Turtle “At approximately two decades of age, the surviving sea turtles will be old enough themselves to breed and continue the cycle in which their very existence heralds.” Scott Gass explains in the Ted-Ed video. “Of those that began as eggs on a distant beach, less than 10 percent remain — at least those were the odds prior to significant human interference.” “Over the past century, and in particular in the...

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A Podcast about the Intricate Life of a Sea Turtle

Among the many animals that roam the earth, turtles are quite unique. Sea Turtles happen to be some of the greatest examples of turtles thanks to their natural abilities as an omnivorous sea creature. No wonder it found itself at the top of the TierZoo Turtles Tier List. The Turtle Tier List – TierZoo Sea turtles are appreciated by many, but Cheloniologist Dr. Camryn Allen might take the cake as their Number 1 Fan. “Something about their faces. Their faces are all just very charismatic even though they are reptiles,” Dr. Camryn Allen mentioned in The Ologies with Alie...

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Libra Coin – A New Digital Currency Developed by FACEBOOK.

See full infographic here: Libra: Cryptocurrency By Facebook (Definitive Guide 2019) Written by Karthik. Libra, Let’s get started: Technology has improved the world around us, and it is easy to send texts, pictures and documents… But why not money?What if we made the money truly global, stable, and secure? What if everyone was invited to the global economy with access to the same financial opportunities?This thought laid a pavement for Introducing LIBRA, a new global currency designed for the digital age, backed by the belief that money should be fast for everyone from any corner of the world.It’s powered by...

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How Fiber Optic Cables Work: An Animated Guide

Written by The Bookmark. Unlike copper-based telecommunications, fiber-optic cables transmit data faster, more reliably and without the risk of electromagnetic disturbances. As of 2006, submarine fiber-optic cables accounted for 99 percent of all international data exchanged. Today, 25 percent of the internet data usage in the United States is over fiber-optic cables. Fiber-optic cables currently extend more than 113,000 miles throughout the U.S. As the cost of maintaining DSL and Cable infrastructure approaches the cost of installing new fiber-optic cables, internet providers will likely increase fiber optic coverage in the U.S. We have stripped apart how these fiber-optic cables...

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