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Paragraph on “How do Crocodiles build their nests?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How do Crocodiles build their nests? Crocodiles are egg-laying reptiles, and the first thing a female must do after she has mated is build a nest. Most species scoop up mud and plants in their jaws and build a mound of rotting vegetation. Then the female makes a hollow in the center and lays anything from 20 to 70 eggs in it. Afterwards, she covers them up and leaves them, but...
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Paragraph on “How do Crocodiles find their mates?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How do Crocodiles find their mates? Crocodiles find each other during the mating season by using their sense of hearing and their sense of smell. When the mating season arrives, the males start calling for females with loud, intermittent bellows. These bellows can be heard from a considerable distance.  Crocodiles also have two sets of special scent glands that are situated on the underside of the body. When the animal is...
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Paragraph on “How do Crocodiles catch their prey?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How do Crocodiles catch their prey? Crocodiles live in sluggish streams and lakes, often floating without movement for hours on end, so that an unwary creature might take them for dead. It would soon learn its mistake! When a crocodile wants to move, it can move very fast indeed. Waiting a little way out from the shore, it will bide its time until, suddenly, swimming strongly and silently with vigorous movements...
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Paragraph on “How do you tell the difference between crocodiles and alligators?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How do you tell the difference between crocodiles and alligators? Crocodiles and alligators look so alike that it is often very difficult to tell them apart when you see them in zoos. They both have tough, scaly skins, and when they are lying in water, their nostrils, eyes and ears are on the same level. The answer is to wait until they appear on dry land, and then take a good...
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Paragraph on “Which religions are followed  in the East?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

Which religions are followed  in the East? In India, the main religion is Hinduism, which developed about 4,000 years ago.  Hindus believe that they will be reborn when they die and that their soul will inhabit  another body. By leading a good life, the soul will progress to perfection. Buddhism developed from Hinduism in the sixth century before Christ and Buddhists  follow the teachings of a priest known as the  Buddha...
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Paragraph on “How is the religion of Islam like Christianity and Judaism?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How is the religion of Islam like Christianity and Judaism?   Islam is a religion founded by Muhammad or Mohammed, who was an Arab and lived from AD 570 to AD 632. It is therefore also known as Mohammedanism. Muhammad believed that he was a prophet, and that Abraham, Moses and Jesus Christ had been prophets before him. The religion he founded therefore has several similar ideas to Christianity and Judaism....
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Paragraph on “Why is the Bible a holy book for both Christians and Jews?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

Why is the Bible a holy book for both Christians and Jews? Most religions have a holy book that contains teachings which show people how to lead a good life. There may also be stories about the lives of the people  who began the religion. The old Testament of the Bible tells the history of the Jewish people and is therefore regarded as a holy book by Jews who follow Judaism,...
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Paragraph on “What is the structure of the eye and how does it work?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

What is the structure of the eye and how does it work?   The eye is shaped like a ball, but it is not perfect sphere, each eyeball has a thick white converging which has a transparent section in front called the cornea. There is a space behind the cornea which is filled with a clear fluid, and behind that is the iris- a ring of muscles which forms the coloured...
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