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Cannibalism

Inharmonious relationship in which an individual kills another of the same species to feed. Ex .: praying mantis, arachnids, shark cubs in the womb. Mantis - The mantis is an arthropod of the insect class (family Mantoideae). This insect is green and is named after the position of its front paws, together with folded tarsi, as if praying.
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Contraceptive methods (contraceptives)

From puberty, the body of boys and girls is able to bear children. But having children is a very serious decision. Caring for a child requires conditions that adolescents often lack. Babies and children need constant care, caring and guidance from responsible adults with available time and financial conditions to raise them.
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Flat mirror images

Why does a mirror allow us to see the image of objects? The explanation is linked to the regular reflection of light, which happens on very smooth and polished surfaces, such as a mirror, silver or stainless steel tray, window glass or standing water surface. When light rays are regularly reflected in a flat mirror and hit our eyes, we cannot realize that these rays were reflected off the surface.
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Cosmic panspermia or what?

To complete the 1920 theory of Aleksander I. Oparin (1894-1980) and English scientist John Burdon S. Haldane (1892 - 1964) about the origin of early living beings, Japanese researcher Yoshihiro Furukawa proposed that meteorite impacts on Earth's early oceans may also have been the cause of the formation of complex organic molecules that later originated life.
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Lactic Fermentation

Lactobacilli (bacteria present in milk) perform lactic fermentation, where the end product is lactic acid. For this, they use as their starting point lactose, the sugar that is unfolded, by enzymatic action that occurs outside the bacterial cells, in glucose and galactose. Monosaccharides then enter cells where fermentation occurs.
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