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Meet 15 animals with amazing talents

We already know the "common" talents of animals, such as the strength of lions or the speed of cheetahs. But did you know the ability of spiders to float and skydive? Check out the list below with 15 animals we know and their unknown talents. Penguins cannot fly, but can jump up to two meters in the air.
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Your appetite may be being controlled by bacteria.

This means that you can be "full" even on an empty stomach. Just that your bacteria are already satisfied. A new study in France shows that intestinal bacteria Escherichia coli (E.coli) produce appetite-suppressing proteins 20 minutes after meals. They release proteins from satiety after they have enough nutrients for themselves.
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Functions of proteins in the plasma membrane

Plasma membrane proteins perform a variety of functions: they act preferentially on transport mechanisms, organizing true tunnels that allow substances to pass into and out of the cell, function as membrane receptors, and receive signals from substances that carry some message to the cell, favor adhesion of adjacent cells in a tissue, serve as anchor point for the cytoskeleton.
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Embryonic Annexes: Adaptation to the Terrestrial Environment

Embryonic attachments are structures that derive from the germinal leaflets of the embryo but are not part of the embryo's body. Embryonic appendages are: vitelline vesicle (vitelline sac), amnion (or amniotic sac), chorion and allantoid. Vitelline vesicle During the evolution of the animal group, the first vertebrates that emerged were fish, a group that has the only embryonic annex the vitelline vesicle.
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Gregor Johann Mendel

Gregor Johann Mendel (1822 - 1884) was an Augustinian monk, botanist and Austrian meteorologist. He was born in the Troppau region of Silesia, which then belonged to Austria, and was baptized on July 22, which is often confused with his date of birth, coming from a family of humble peasants.
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10 species discovered in 2015

An international commission of taxonomists selected the top 10 species discovered in 2015 from about 18,000 new species named during the previous year. The list was released to coincide (roughly) with the birthday of Carolus Linnaeus (May 23), considered the father of modern taxonomy.
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