Why is Venus so hot

Mercury is closer to the Sun than Venus. However, its surface temperature is lower than that of its neighbour. How to explain this difference? It is about 465°C on the surface of Venus. This is higher than that of Mercury, where surface temperatures can reach 430 °C during the...

Why are Zebras striped

The truth about why zebras get stripes Scientists have several theories as to why zebras developed their distinctive black and white stripes according to yao hanaho11 December 2019Rudyard Kipling jokingly wrote that the crosswalk was due to the “shade of a slipping tree” on his body, but are scientists...

Why is Venus so bright

Why does Venus shine so bright? You might have seen it twinkle in the evening. Venus is shining and will continue to grow in the coming weeks. Even its gentle light illuminates us. Venus Express: Probe Discovery Launched in 2005, the Venus Express probe spent nearly 8 years in...

Why are Pandas endangered

Why are pandas in danger of extinction? L’Éditorial on October 27, 2014 “If pandas are slowly disappearing on Earth, it is because humans are getting more and more wood. Too slow: 2 babies are born in 12-14 years. Fortunately, parks like Shanghai Zoo come to their rescue. The panda...

Why are sloths slow

Why is sloth slow? Sloths are animals that live in tropical environments. Today there are two genera: trainer sloth and three-toed sloth, but in the past there were over 50 species that are extinct today. Although they may be anatomically similar to primates, they have nothing to do with...

Why are flamingos pink

Why are flamingos pink? The color of the flamingo is explained by its diet Why are flamingos pink.Perched on their tall stilts, flamingos aren’t just impressive for their stature. Its incredible pink color is eye-catching too. But where does it come from? Full of wonder, nature offers countless shows...

Why is the Equator hot

Temperature difference between Ecuador and Poland? Why is the Equator hot The curvature of the Earth plays an important role in the distribution of heat around the world. The Earth is so far away from the Sun that when the Sun’s rays reach the Earth, they can be seen...

Why is it called a Pink moon

Full Moon on the Night of April 26: Why Are We Talking About a “Super Pink Moon”? Melanie RostagnataApril 26, 2021 at 6:29 pm Full moon on April 7, 2020 from Las Vegas, USAFull moon on April 7, 2020, from Las Vegas, USA – Ethan Miller / Getty Images...

Why is the moon red tonight

Why is the space moon sometimes red (especially in summer)? It is not red, it is because of the atmosphere that we see this color. When the Moon is very low on the horizon—a phenomenon that occurs mostly in mid-summer—its rays pass through the atmosphere in greater detail, which...

Why is the Earth called Blue planet

Everyone knows the nickname of Earth “Blue Planet“. Is the earth blue… like an orange? No, of course it is a painting by the poet Paul luard. In fact, it is as blue as the oceans. A phenomenon that can be explained by various physical phenomena. With Global Warming...