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Mothers love their children unconditionally. This is not the case in humans alone, because in nature, animal mommies display motherly love and care for their little ones too.
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Winter is the coldest season of the year. Temperature goes down and days get shorter. 
Did you know about this type of squirrel that can almost fly?
Did you know Giant African snails eat more than 500 types of plants?
Let's learn more about the blobfish and how they live underwater!
Giant pandas begin climbing trees when they are 7 months old?
Aunt Maneka answers questions on how to love and care for animals!
Aunt Maneka answers questions on how to love and care for animals!
Aunt Maneka
Aunt Maneka loves birds and animals. She will answer questions on how to love them, feed them, care for them and on an occasional run-in with them what to do! She is an environmentalist and a Member of Parliament, but her love for animals supersedes both.
On this World Chocolate Day (July 7), let's learn how chocolate is made!
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The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God
In 2004 Google started a very interesting project- to scan the world’s books. It is quite a massive task
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Let's learn more about surface tension.
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Follow these steps and make your own sundial.
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See how the different colours in a wheel disappear and become one colour.
How will Pari and her brothers chase the mouse out of their house?
Harsh's quick thinking and learnings from his new teacher helps save the day!
Find out how Champakvan animals celebrated World Toilet Day!