For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

What are creeps in terms of Geology? The slowest type of mass wasting is referred to by geologists as a creep. These types of movements are so slow, that they require special equipment just to measure them.A creep takes place when the entire side of a hill or mountain move downward under the weight of gravity, very slowly, usually much less than one inch per year. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

What are creeps in terms of Geology? The slowest type of mass wasting is referred to by geologists as a creep. These types of movements are so slow, that they require special equipment just to measure them.A creep takes place when the entire side of a hill or mountain move downward under the weight of gravity, very slowly, usually much less than one inch per year. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Biotic weathering: The word ‘bio’ means life. Thus biotic weathering is any type of weathering that is caused by living organisms. Most often the culprit of biotic weathering are plant roots. These roots can extend downward, deep into rock cracks in search of water, and nutrients. In the process they act as a wedge, widening and extending the cracks. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Biotic weathering: The word ‘bio’ means life. Thus biotic weathering is any type of weathering that is caused by living organisms. Most often the culprit of biotic weathering are plant roots. These roots can extend downward, deep into rock cracks in search of water, and nutrients. In the process they act as a wedge, widening and extending the cracks. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Yawning is an involuntary action that causes us to open our mouth wide and breathe in deeply. We yawn when oxygen levels in our lungs become low. Studies show that during normal breathing we don't use anywhere near lung capacity. The air sacs or alveoli needs fresh air or else they tend to stiffen up a bit.  Therefore it is believed that the brain prompts the body to either sigh or take a yawn to get more air into the lungs. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Yawning is an involuntary action that causes us to open our mouth wide and breathe in deeply. We yawn when oxygen levels in our lungs become low. Studies show that during normal breathing we don't use anywhere near lung capacity. The air sacs or alveoli needs fresh air or else they tend to stiffen up a bit. Therefore it is believed that the brain prompts the body to either sigh or take a yawn to get more air into the lungs. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Water Bridge in Magdeburg, Germany.  For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Water Bridge in Magdeburg, Germany. For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Microlife Test Series (MTS) offers your children the simplest, easiest and confirmed method to gain maximum marks and helps them build a strong basement

Microlife Test Series (MTS) offers your children the simplest, easiest and confirmed method to gain maximum marks and helps them build a strong basement

SAN BOLDO PASS - AMAZING PASS :-  The San Boldo Pass is a small mountain pass in the Italian Veneto region between the towns Trichiana (329 m) and Tovena in the Cison di Valmarino region (272 m) over a distance of 17 km (11 mi).  For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

SAN BOLDO PASS - AMAZING PASS :- The San Boldo Pass is a small mountain pass in the Italian Veneto region between the towns Trichiana (329 m) and Tovena in the Cison di Valmarino region (272 m) over a distance of 17 km (11 mi). For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Maho beach popular for low flying planes landing in St Maarten  For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

Maho beach popular for low flying planes landing in St Maarten For further details visit www.microlifeindia.org

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