there are various types of animals in the world which are divided into many groups for ex :
- vertebrates and invertebrates ,
- herbivore carnivore , omnivore and scavenger
- land , aquatic and aerial etc
vertebrates and invertebrates :
vertebrates are the animals that have a backbone and the can stand for ex : bear, stork, flamingo.
invertebrates are the animals who do not have a backbone and cannot stand for ex: earth worm,jellyfish
herbivores are the animal who only eat plants.they do not eat any kind of animals for ex; cow,deer
carnivores are the animals who only eat other animals.they do not eat any kind of vegetarian item. for ex ; lion, tiger
omnivores are the animals who eat both meat and plants for ex ; hyena , fox
scavengers are the animals who eat the remaining food of other animals for ex ; vulture
land animals are the animals who live on terrestrial habitats
ex of habitats ; mountains , forest , grasslands
ex of animals ; yaks , lion , tigers
aquatic animals are the animals who live in water
fo ex; fish shark and octopus
aerial animals are the animals who fly and have wing
ex ; bird , vultures and eagles
Top 5 Advanced Car Technologies by 2020
1. Autonomous Vehicle — Let’s just get this one out of the way. Note I didn’t say fully autonomous vehicle. Why? Because it will take more than 5 years before a car can drive anywhere, at all times, without human oversight. But by 2020 we’ll have cars capable of being fully autonomous in certain circumstances, most likely rural interstates with minimal variables (and no inclement weather). Think early days of cruise control
2. Driver Override Systems — This relates to autonomous technology, but it’s different because it’s the car actively disregarding your commands and making its own decisions. We’ve already got cars that will stop if you fail to apply the brakes. But by 2020 cars will apply the brakes even if the driver has the gas pedal floored. The rapid increase in sensor technology will force a shift in priority, giving the car final say — not you
3. Biometric Vehicle Access — The switch we’ve seen in recent years from keys to keyless entry and start will be followed by a switch to key-fob-less entry and start. You’ll be able to unlock and start your car without anything more than your fingerprint (or maybe your eyeball, but fingerprint readers are more likely than retina scanners). Sound a lot like the latest form of cell phone security? It should, because it’s exactly the same concept.
4. Comprehensive Vehicle Tracking — Insurance companies, and some state governments, are already talking about fees based on how many miles a person drives. By 2020 insurance companies will offer a reduced rate for drivers that agree to full tracking of their behavior. I’m hopeful this technology remains voluntary, but do I foresee a likely future where insurance companies will require comprehensive driver tracking?
5. Active Window Displays — Head-Up Display (HUD) technology has come a long way from the dim, washed out green digits some cars projected on their windshields 20 years ago. But as good as HUD is in 2015, by 2020 we’ll see active glass capable of displaying vibrant images. Imagine a navigation system that actually highlights the next turn (as seen from your perspective, through the windshield) as you approach it.
As 2016 draws to an end, most people are bidding good riddance to the worst year in memory. But there is one good thing to come out of the last 12 months: A bumper crop of new fish species. From air-breathing giants to deep-sea monsters with glowing butts, these six newly described species are some of our favorites.
1. flasher wrasses
With their eye-popping pinks, reds and blues, Flasher wrasses look like something Lisa Frank might design on an acid trip. In 2016, scientists formally described three new species: Paracheilinus alfiani, P. paineorum and P. xanthocirritus. These lysergic fish are found along Indonesia’s coral reefs, where males ‘dance’ and show off their colors to attract females. These wrasses get their name because they actually do flash like the Las Vegas , instantly turning from more muted colors to vivid neons — all the better to impress the ladies.
2. Glow-in-the-dark mirrorbellies
Deep-sea barreleye fish are odd-looking critters with eyes shaped like tubes, not spheres — and 2016 brought us two new species, both notable for the giggle-inducing way they produce bioluminescent light. By analysizing specimens’ DNA and pigmentation patterns, scientists confirmed that Monacoa niger and Monacoa griseus were separate species, and not just variations of known species — as had been assumed for decades.
Mirrorbellies, as the researchers proposed calling these fish, produce light in the bulb, a special located inside of the anuses. Mirror-like scales reflect this light along the fish’s stomach, which helps to disguise its outline from predators looking up from below. For mirrorbellies, it seems, the sun really does shine out of their backsides.
3. Twilight zone groppo
The flashy little Brianne’s groppo has an unusual distinction — it’s the deepest-dwelling fish to have been collected by human hands. Divers from the California Academy of Sciences first captured this pink-and-yellow fish at 150 meters (490 feet) below the waves, on a ‘twilight zone’ reef in the Philippines’ Verde Island Passage. Most fish that live this deep are collected by remote-control submarines, but recent advances in technology mean that scientists can dive farther and longer than ever before.
Unfortunately for this picturesque groppo, it may already be under threat — the research team noted that its reef habitat was covered in a layer of sediment from deforestation and a rock quarry on nearby islands.
4. Air-breathing giants
It’s hard to believe that a 3-meter (10-foot), 180-kilogram (400-pound), air-breathing fish could escape anyone’s notice, but that’s exactly what may have happened in Guyana’s rivers. Using DNA analysis, scientists discovered genetically distinct populations of arapaimas living in the same river basins in this nation’s lush rainforest. Differences in DNA markers show that these fish haven’t interbred for a long time, suggesting that they’re separate species. And, at least one of these populations is new to science — early evidence that the researchers may have stumbled upon an entirely new species of these threatened giants.
5. Freshwater stingrays
Here’s two more new fish from the Amazon’s vast network of tributaries: the Itaituba ray and the pearl ray. The pearl ray has a black-and-gold leopard-style spots, while the Itaituba is black with a starry spattering of white spots. These fish live in the Tapajós River Basin in Brazil, a hotspot of biodiversity that’s home over 450 species of freshwater fish, many of which are found nowhere else on earth. Interestingly enough, both of these stingray species have been known to aquarium enthusiasts for some time, where their relative rarity means they fetch sky-high prices.
6. Presidential reef fish
Last August, President Obama dramatically expanded Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in Hawaii. This park, which is now twice the size of Texas, boasts some of the world’s highest concentrations of marine endemism — that is, species that occur there and no were else. To honor the Hawaii-born president’s decision, researchers named this yellow and coral-pink fish Tosanoides obama. In a ceremony hosted by National Geographic, President Obama reacted with his trademark restraint: “That is a nice-looking fish.”
A flying car is a type of personal air vehicle that provides door-to-door transportation by both ground and air. The term “flying car” is often used to include roadable aircraft and hovercars. Many prototypes have been built since the first years of the twentieth century, but no flying car has yet reached production status.
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This Flying Car Is Real And It Can Fly 430 Miles On A Full Tank. AeroMobil 3.0, theflying car, is the core product of the Slovakia-based company AeroMobil. It has been in development since 1989. In flight, it can reach 124 mph and fly for 430 miles on a full tank of gas.Dec 13, 2014
A flying car is a type of personal air vehicle that provides door-to-door transportation by both ground and air. The term “flying car” is often used to include roadable aircraft and hovercars.
LATEST TECHNOLOGY ON ROBOT
1. Latest technology on robot help in many thing .
As the red curtain rises, subtle blue light bathes 43 presidents. After a few words from America’s most illustrious founding father, all heads turn (some more smoothly than others) to our current commander-in-chief as the spotlight shines on his familiar visage. “The American dream is as old as our founding,” begins robot Obama, “but as timeless as our hopes.” After the president finishes his short, uplifting speech, the “Battle Hymn of the Republic” swells and an animated American flag waves in the background. The red curtain falls.
it is a style or making a picture on landscape or sketching or portrait or object drawing
The term drawing is applied to works that vary greatly in technique. It has been understood in different ways at different times and is difficult to define. During the Renaissance the term ‘disegno’ implieddrawing both as a technique to be distinguished from colouring and also as the creative idea made visible in the …
a portrait is drawing a persons face with pencil
here we have to draw about nature
here we can make the drawing properly or just basics like
here we should draw an object,as you can see above.but here you have to keep an object in the front .
|Owner||BMW (directly since 2000)|
|Introduced||1969 (used since 1959 in model names)|
Mini (stylised as MINI)is a British automotive marque, owned by BMW since 2000, and used by them for a range small cars. The word Mini has been used in car model names since 1959, and in 1969 it became a marque in its own right when the name “Mini” replaced the separate “Austin Mini” and “Morris Mini” car model names.BMW acquired the marque in 1994 when it bought Rover Group (formerly British Leyland), which owned Mini, among other brands.
The original Mini was a line of iconic British small cars manufactured by the British Motor Corporation, and its successors. Their models included the Morris Mini-Minorand the Austin Seven, the Countryman, Moke, 1275GT and Clubman. Performance versions of these models used the name Cooper, due to a partnership with racing legend John Cooper. The original two-door Mini continued in production until 2000. Development of a successor began in 1995 and the new generation car was launched in 2001. The current Mini range includes the Hardtop/Hatch/Convertible (three-door hatchback), Clubman (estate), Countryman (five-door crossover), Coupe/Roadster and Paceman (three-door crossover based on the Countryman).
The Mini was originally a product of the British Motor Corporation, which in 1966 became part of British Motor Holdings. British Motor Holdings merged with Leyland Motors in 1968 to form British Leyland. In the 1980s, British Leyland was broken-up and in 1988 Rover Group, including Mini, was acquired by British Aerospace. In 1994, Rover Group was acquired by BMW. In 2000, Rover Group was broken up by BMW, with BMW retaining the Mini brand.
The Mini Hatch/Hardtop, Clubman, Convertible, Coupe and Roadster are assembled at BMW’s Plant Oxford in Cowley, England, and the Countryman and Paceman are assembled by Magna Steyr in Austria. A total of 301,526 Mini vehicles were sold worldwide in 2012.Mini vehicles have been active in rallying and the Mini Cooper S won the Monte Carlo Rally on three occasions, in 1964, 1965 and 1967. Mini has participated in the World Rally Championship since 2011 through the Prodrive WRC Team.
In April 2013, Peter Schwarzenbauer became new Mini marque’s managing director, succeeding Jochen Goller.
Robots have become a inspiration for all . They do things that human can’t do so lets see a robot with same qualities
R2 is at the ISS International Space Station and has reported to duty to help the astronauts.
In the current iteration of Robonaut, Robonaut 2 or R2, NASA and General Motors are working together to accelerate development of the next generation of robots and related technologies for use in the automotive and aerospace industries. The team is focusing on improving the speed, dexterity, and workspace of Robonaut. Robonaut is about improving the efficiency of missions. The dexterity of R2 allows it to use the same tools that astronauts currently use and removes the need for specialized tools just for robots.
One advantage is that Robonaut 2 can take over simple, repetitive, or especially dangerous tasks on places such as the International Space Station. Because R2 is approaching human dexterity, tasks such as changing out an air filter can be performed without modifications to the existing design.
The international Space Center has gotten its first robot in humanoid form from NASA + GM. Robonaut 2 = R2 lives now on the Space Shuttle Discovery on a one-way ride. Robonaut is a $2.7 million mechanical and electrical master piece. NASA hopes that R2, later maybe R3 can assist the astronaut with their daily work.
R2 has brought one set of tools for the precursor mission, such as setup and geologic investigation. Not only does this improve efficiency in the types of tools, but also removes the need for specialized robotic connectors. Future missions could then supply a new set of tools and use the existing tools already on location.