Category: Nature Study


Getting in Touch with Touch

Salman Next time you open a door and close it behind you, try this quick test. While the door is open, put your hand on the doorknob. Close your eyes. Now, gently push the door shut. Were you able to do it? If so, good job! You might have found...


Retrospective of An Iranian Artist

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College presents the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of the Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli to be mounted by a U.S. museum. An opening celebration, featuring a talk with the artist, will be held on Tuesday, February 10, 2015. On view through June 7, 2015 the exhibition...


A Wake-Up Call?

Diya Whether you know it or not, global warming affects our lives everyday. The sudden drizzling from time to time or the incredible rate at which our Igloos melt are all consequences of this earthly phenomenon. Bangladesh – irrespective of how tiny it may look in the atlas – has...

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Whale Watch

Farhana Zaman It doesn’t matter how seasick people may feel. When a whale appears, nothing else matters, says whale researcher Steve Palumbi. “Everyone—from 5 to 95 years old—rushes to the side of the boat.” “Whales have that effect on people,” Palumbi adds. He’s a biology professor at Stanford University.

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Panda: In the line of Extinction

Have you ever seen a Panda? If you had, then you surely are a lucky one because it is almost impossible to find and see Panda in south Asia, it is only found in China. Although some countries tried to keep them in their zoo, but most of them failed....