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The shovel-shouted lizard can remain buried deep in the sand for an entire day. It also uses the sand to its advantage to hide and hunt. When the lizard spots a predator, it dives and buries itself in the sand.
Deep sea creature
Turritopsis dohrnii has inspired scientists to use this process of “rebirth” to try and renew damaged or dead human tissues of a dysfunctional organ and restore it to its normal state.
dadajiandexercise
Let's learn more about the benefits of exercises with Dadaji
How To Make Fire Extinguisher At Home
Welcome to Champak SciQ, where we teach you simple science experiments which you can do it at home.
Our Republic Day Celebrations
Neel was happy about being able to participate, he wanted to know why Republic day was celebrated on 26th January and not any other date.
us and them
Just as we use words and sentences to talk to one another, giant river otters too have a vocabulary of their own. Scientists have found that their vocabulary consists of 22 sounds or words' to talk to one another.
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Dadaji helped Riya and Rahul who are confused about the difference between rats and mouse. Let's learn more about Rats with Dadaji.
termite mounds
When the weather gets warm, we switch on the fans or the air conditioners to keep ourselves cool. In the case of termites, they rely on intelligent architecture to maintain optimal temperature.
HOW TO DRINK SALTY WATER
Let's make drinking water from salt water!
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Grandpa explains to Bunty about Columbus' journey and what he came across in the New World.
Many adults are crippled with indecision when faced with difficult choices. Others, worse yet,
Technology and kids today is a sight you often see. A toddler holding a tablet, an infant with an iPhone in her mouth, what’s new?
Stories play a vital role in the growth and development of children. The books they read and the characters they get