Elementor #108

The Indus river is starting to dry up and its a problem (Image credits to: Istockphoto) The Indus River is Pakistan’s most greatly flowing river and flows 3,180 km from Tibet to Karachi. Many civilizations in the past (Eg. Mohenjo-Daro)  Lied near the River. The river was used (and still is used) for irrigation so

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Heatwaves in Pakistan (2022) said to last till next week

Heatwaves in Pakistan are said only to get worse The recent events in Pakistan are telling us a lot about the climate disaster these blistering Heatwaves that have baked parts of India and Pakistan for weeks look set to intensify again with areas potentially breaching 50C in the coming days, UK’s Met Office has warned. The first peak is

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5 Simple ways to save water-world water day

Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it. 1. Check your toilet/taps for leaks.  Did you khow In one week, that is enough to fill a bathtub. 2. Put a plastic bottle in your toilet tank Put an inch or two of sand or pebbles in the bottom of a

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Amazing Animals Of The World

1. Leopard seal Awww~ look at this cutie don’t you just want to hug him? Well think twice this leopard seal They can swim up to 23mph (37kph) making them fast enough to launch themselves out of the water and onto ice or land to avoid being caught And they won’t hesitate to drown you if they

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4 Amazing trees of the world you won’t believe exist!

Here are some amazing trees you won’t believe exist! 1. Socotra Dragon Tree, Socotra, Yemen Dracaena cinnabari, the Socotra dragon tree or dragon blood tree, is a dragon tree native to the Socotra archipelago, part of Yemen, located in the Arabian Sea. It is named after the blood-like color of the red sap that the trees produce. The dragon blood tree has a unique and strange appearance,

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Green Parenting Way: Eco-Friendly, Plastic-Free Toys

Looking tare you thinking to cut down plastic? Hard when small scientists want toys to play with. Fortunately, sparking a life-long love of art and science doesn’t require you to compromise your carbon footprint; in fact, there are lots of toys out there that limit environmental impact. OKIDO aims to inspire and encourage, allowing young

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