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Indonesia Earthquake pushes the button of Tsunami Warning

By: Virginia Beach Accident Lawyer | May 22, 2012 Indonesia’s island, Sumatra has been struck off by a huge earthquake of 8.6 magnitudes along with very strong aftershocks. A tsunami warning has been triggered to the various coasts along Indian Ocean.

Bottlenose Dolphins-Quick Details of This Beautiful Sea Mammal

By: lalitbansal004 | May 14, 2012 Have you been questioning what bottlenose dolphins are? You know what dolphins are but what is the bottlenose type? Well, these dolphins are in fact small whales that breathe in air but they are regarded a mammal while still belonging to the category of toothed whales. They live in water and rise to the surface to obtain the air they require using a blowhole at the top of their heads which they us

The reversal of earth’s magnetic is not a spontaneous event

By: pooja rajput | May 9, 2012 The 2012 reversal of earth magnetic field popularly also called as the pole shift phenomenon is significant to take into consideration when studying the events that might take place on December 21st 2012 as the latest geological surveys.

There's Music In Springtime Fiddlehead Greens

By: Robert F Lee | Apr 23, 2012 It’s spring in the moist woodlands of North America when fiddlehead ferns begin to unleash their soft green tongues like a frog set to strike at an insect. These greens are one of the most tender and juicy wild harvest foods, available worldwide.

Volunteering Solutions & Volunteers in Costa Rica

By: go voluntouring | Mar 29, 2012 One of the most popular biologically intense places is Costa Rica. And leading volunteering solutions have been serving the volunteers in Costa Rica with projects like teaching English, turtle conservation, etc.

Some Facts About Ants

By: Dan Thaler | Mar 26, 2012 Ants are fascinating animals. Through the millions of years they have evolved to solve many incredible evolutionary problems, and have eventually managed to conquer most of the world's environments.

Volunteers in Costa Rica – Gaining Rewarding Experience

By: go voluntouring | Mar 22, 2012 Opting for various conservation projects, the volunteers in Costa Rica provide economic benefits to the local community of the place. In return, they gain rewarding experience along with several benefits while protecting natural resources.

Why Do Rich Becomes Richer: Give More And Recieve More

By: Sylvia | Mar 21, 2012 The magic of giving and satisfaction of helping is what most influential and famous individual in the world recommends. People write books on their personal experience about how giving makes them rich. And they keep supporting institution like charities, orphanages and some non-government organizations.

The Multiple Benefits Of The Banana Plant And Its Parts

By: Cody Watson | Mar 6, 2012 Banana is loaded with potassium content (almost 13% of the RDA) that can effectively help in lowering the blood pressure levels. This in turn can lessen the occurrence of other ailments such as stroke, atherosclerosis, and heart attack.

Core Competencies for Volunteer Programs    

By: go voluntouring | Feb 10, 2012 Development and sustenance of volunteer programs depend on various factors. There are several core competencies to make the programs successful including participant recruitment, volunteer leveraging, resource development and much more.
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