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What Is a Moth
A moth is an insect that is closely related to butterflies. It has two pairs of wings and three pairs of legs. Moths are...
Different Types of Mold?
Some different types of mold include allergenic molds, pathogenic, and toxigenic. Each is listed according to severity....
Life Cycle of a Mammal?
Mammals have a very similar life cycle to humans. They have three stages: birth, young and adult. The birth stage is when...
Economic Importance of Algae?
The economic importance of algae is that the algae produces oxygen. The algae maintains 50% of all oxygen on Earth.
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