• Do you still see butterflies in your area?

    For the first time this year, I saw one white butterfly in my garden.
    For the first time this year, I saw one white butterfly in my garden.
    65 answers · 4 days ago
  • So I engaged in a debate with a right wing libertarian earlier this morning and now I feel stupid.?

    Best answer: Well I agree, it's hardly extreme simply to be transgender.. but it is extreme to say this. There's never any excuse for violence.
    Best answer: Well I agree, it's hardly extreme simply to be transgender.. but it is extreme to say this. There's never any excuse for violence.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What can an ordinary person do?

    I watch a lot of nature shows, and animals everywhere are in trouble. Is there anything we can realistically do? It justn’t seem like picking up trash by the side of the road is going to save the polar bears.
    I watch a lot of nature shows, and animals everywhere are in trouble. Is there anything we can realistically do? It justn’t seem like picking up trash by the side of the road is going to save the polar bears.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is life on Earth so vicious?

    Best answer: One reason is because every species on Earth, humans included, will reproduce until their population exceeds the resources needed to sustain it (food, space, etc.) unless something else trims its numbers. That results in competition that ends in some surviving and others dying - an evolutionary war. ----- -----... show more
    Best answer: One reason is because every species on Earth, humans included, will reproduce until their population exceeds the resources needed to sustain it (food, space, etc.) unless something else trims its numbers.
    That results in competition that ends in some surviving and others dying - an evolutionary war.
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    btw, in your example, herbivores eat (kill) plants.
    Yes, I agree that Earth is hell. Humans and every other species on Earth suffer from famine, attacks from their own and other species, physical mutations, diseases, random accidents, extremes of environment, injuries, natural disasters etc. Every organism lives on the brink of death.
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • On UK tv, there is an advert by WWF to sponsor a polar bear to protect their habitat. How are they going to achieve this?

    The advert goes...'This polar bear is hunting for food, but the arctic ice is melting. Without the ice how could she feed her cubs?.....help us protect polar bear habitats so they can hunt and feed their cubs....' How will they do this?... by sending ice cubes to the North to put in the sea or thousands of... show more
    The advert goes...'This polar bear is hunting for food, but the arctic ice is melting. Without the ice how could she feed her cubs?.....help us protect polar bear habitats so they can hunt and feed their cubs....' How will they do this?... by sending ice cubes to the North to put in the sea or thousands of freezers? Maybe they will open a branch of Icelands the size of, well Iceland, coz only Mums go to Iceland? Any ideas?
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • What would happen if a whale ate chicken fingers and french fries?

    Best answer: Most whales don't have teeth. They simply strain small organisms out of the water, and since the chicken fingers and fries would definitely be larger than these tiny critters, it'd just bounce off. Orcas eat fish, but could probably be coaxed to try chicken. I don't think they'd like it very... show more
    Best answer: Most whales don't have teeth. They simply strain small organisms out of the water, and since the chicken fingers and fries would definitely be larger than these tiny critters, it'd just bounce off.

    Orcas eat fish, but could probably be coaxed to try chicken. I don't think they'd like it very much. And they wouldn't like the french fries at all - they're strictly meat eaters.
    12 answers · 3 months ago
  • Environmentally how many people can safely live on this planet and the limit of people so things are renewable?

    Best answer: In terms of food and water, a lot more than we have now.
    But we are already running low on certain resources used in modern technology, such as rare metals and rare earths, we are going to have to mine asteroids in the near future.
    Best answer: In terms of food and water, a lot more than we have now.
    But we are already running low on certain resources used in modern technology, such as rare metals and rare earths, we are going to have to mine asteroids in the near future.
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • If I build a couch cushion fort how would you convince me to let you in?

    Best answer: I will offer you, your favourite food.
    Best answer: I will offer you, your favourite food.
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • How do we protect the endangered species?

    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • The United States chopped down most of its climax forests and became rich by doing so.?

    Best answer: In Oregon it's a common sight to see huge trucks carrying logs almost two feet in diameter. I assume they're headed for a sawmill. Oregon ships a lot of lumber to China and Japan. In certain parts of the state you can see denuded hills, with brush piles of old branches. They look horrible. In some... show more
    Best answer: In Oregon it's a common sight to see huge trucks carrying logs almost two feet in diameter. I assume they're headed for a sawmill. Oregon ships a lot of lumber to China and Japan. In certain parts of the state you can see denuded hills, with brush piles of old branches. They look horrible. In some places the re-planting has taken hold, while in others wild ruminants such as deer and elk follow right behind the planters and gobble up the tender little trees.
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • Why are hedgehogs disappearing in England?

    Best answer: The Telegraph was blaming badgers for this ! I think it's more to do with declining habitat, though I doubt slug pellets are very helpful.
    Best answer: The Telegraph was blaming badgers for this ! I think it's more to do with declining habitat, though I doubt slug pellets are very helpful.
    6 answers · 5 months ago
  • If we buy oil from foreign countries, our gas is expensive. If we drill in Alaska, we dedtroy wildlife. (Question continues below)?

    Best answer: There are 100's of ways to protect drilling sites. It is not the goal of the Rig company to throw
    Oil all over the place. Great care is taken not to do that. Look at how long the Alaskan Pipe line
    has been flowing. Very few incidents.
    Best answer: There are 100's of ways to protect drilling sites. It is not the goal of the Rig company to throw
    Oil all over the place. Great care is taken not to do that. Look at how long the Alaskan Pipe line
    has been flowing. Very few incidents.
    7 answers · 5 months ago
  • Is America going to die one day?

    Best answer: No, just California.
    Best answer: No, just California.
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • How do I stop looking so serious to some of my co-workers?

    I know this question might sound stupid but recently at my work I’ve been driving a floor scrubber in the warehouse and a few people either ask why I look so serious when I’m driving or why am i so mad? And they tease me about it sometimes. It kinda bothers me because most of my coworkers say that I can tell you... show more
    I know this question might sound stupid but recently at my work I’ve been driving a floor scrubber in the warehouse and a few people either ask why I look so serious when I’m driving or why am i so mad? And they tease me about it sometimes. It kinda bothers me because most of my coworkers say that I can tell you enjoy you’re job because your always happy and I see you smile all the time and I really appreciate that. I don’t know why I look angry to some of the other employees. Should I just ignore them? What should I do?
    4 answers · 5 months ago