Hernandesi Habitat Lab Report

Camouflage, in other words the ability to blend in with the surroundings is a profoundly studied feature in many animals. From empirical evidence, animals like Chameleon and the Leaf-Tailed Gecko which have pigments that match their surroundings are much harder to spot than animals whose pigments don’t. Recent studies have shown that the bark-resting moth … Read more

The Dust-Cloud Hypothesis

The universe contains huge clouds made up of very large amounts of dustand gas.  About 6,000,000,000 (billion) years ago, one of these clouds began to condense.  Gravitation–the pull that all objects in the universe have for one another–pulled the gas and dust particles together.  As the dust cloud condensed, it began to spin.  It spun … Read more