Volcanic Theory of Water
The origins of water on earth have long been debated. Recent evidence suggests that water was always here, trapped beneath the crust. Volcanoes acted like a tear in the surface of our planet allowing the water to slowly escape as vapor. This condensed in our atmosphere and fell as rain, which eventually turned the planet from barren to blue.
Nearly all caterpillars are herbivores, but not this one.
The unusual behavior of a herd of goats suggests they may know when a volcano may erupt.
The Quito Rocket frog has been pushed to the edge of extinction.
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