1. The Queen Bee and her Drones A male honeybee (drone) exists for one reason- to mate with the queen. The bees have sex in mid air. A queen will be courted by a swarm of drones and the first to make his move, inserts his penis into the queen’s abdominal
Tigers of the Wild Tigers are a species threatened with extinction under Appendix I of the CITES treaty. Today, between 3000-4000 tigers roam in the wild, with over 2000 in the Indian sub-continent. This number was around 100,000 at the turn of the 20th Century. The surviving subspecies of tigers are the
Droughts impact all strata of living beings by creating drinking water shortage, causing damage to natural vegetation and various ecosystems, increased air and water pollution, and the adverse effect on the environment by increased moisture stress. Droughts also affect society making it more prone to malnutrition, poor hygiene, ill health, migration, increased stress and morbidity and an increase in social strife.