The apostlebird (Struthidea cinerea), also known as the grey jumper, lousy jack, happy jack, awky squawky or caw bird is a quick-moving, gray or black bird about 33 cm (13 in) long. It is a native to Australia where it roams woodlands, eating insects and seeds at, or near, ground level. Where are Apostle birds […]
Are Apollo and Helios the Same Person?
Helios is a Titan (son of hyperion & theia) while Apollo is Olympian God. Both represents Sun in mythology. Helios was the son of the Titans Hyperion and Theia, and the god of the sun. Apollo was god of light, and son of Zeus and Leto, and brother of Artemis. Who is the real sun […]
Are Aphids Poisonous to Eat?
Actually, aphids are totally edible. Depending on the plants they’ve been eating, they can range from slightly bitter to sweet. They could cause problems for your friend’s remaining produce, though. Are aphids harmful to humans? Although woolly aphids aren’t dangerous or poisonous to humans, they’re considered a notable nuisance; the irritant itself comes from what […]
Are Aphids Helpful or Harmful?
“Aphids are a primary food source for beneficial insects,” Churchin says, and those good bugs are important to controlling other insects that damage plants. Ladybugs and their alien-looking larvae eat aphids. Are aphids harmful? While the plant may look bad, aphid feeding generally will not seriously harm healthy, established trees and shrubs. However, some plants […]
Are Aphids Harmful to Roses?
Aphids damage roses by piercing the plant tissue and then sucking out vital plant juices. They typically target soft stems, tender buds and new leaves. Thanks to aphids, roses that look fine one day can very suddenly become stressed and distorted. What is the best way to get rid of aphids on roses? To make […]
Are Aphids Harmful to Humans?
Although woolly aphids aren’t dangerous or poisonous to humans, they’re considered a notable nuisance; the irritant itself comes from what woolly aphids produce – honeydew. Woolly aphids feed on plant juices using mouth parts called stylets. Can aphids spread to humans? Though aphids do carry plant viruses in their body and are known to spread […]
Are Aphids Bad for Tulips?
Aphids appear as small soft-bodied insects that colonize on the underside of leaves or along the stems on the plant. These insects pierce the tulip foliage and suck out the sap, which weakens the tulip and discolors the leaves. Should you leave aphids? Leaving aphids be is a great first step in regaining a balance […]
Are Apes Capable of Brachiating?
Although great apes do not normally brachiate (with the exception of orangutans), human anatomy suggests that brachiation may be an exaptation to bipedalism, and healthy modern humans are still capable of brachiating. Some children’s parks include monkey bars which children play on by brachiating. Are all apes capable of brachiating? All of the great apes […]
Are Apes Bipedal or Quadrupedal?
Abstract. Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) habitually walk both bipedally and quadrupedally, and have been a common point of reference for understanding the evolution of bipedal locomotion in early ape-like hominins. Are apes quadrupedal? The African apes utilize terrestrial quadrupedalism with fingers folded at the first joint (knuckle-walking), and exhibiting longer arms than legs and a back […]
Are Apes Afraid of Snakes?
Are primates scared of snakes? The fear of snake is embedded in our primate history Before the age of humans, our early primate ancestors were living in a dangerous environment full of carnivorous mammals and birds of prey. In order to survive, they had developed an escape instinct—a basic predator pattern recognition system. Do gorillas […]