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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XLVI

image credit (1) Sun bear is also known as “Dog Bear” due to its glossy fur, short snout, and small size. (2) African wild dogs are known for being particularly nice to the young, old and injured of their pack. They bring back food for the old and injured, nourish them and take care of their wounds by licking them. (3) Killing Cats was a punishable offence (in the most cases punish to death) in the ancient Egypt. (4) African elephants only have four teeth to chew their food with.
Sun bear
image credit (5) Reindeer eat moss because it contains a chemical that stops their body from freezing. (6) Goats are quite agile creatures and in some cases they can jump over 5 feet. (7) A new species of salamander is found in China that is very long. Sometimes they are long as an adult man’s height. They also smell like pepper.
salamander 
image credit (8) Tuna fish can swim 40 miles in a single day. (9) Warmer weather causes more turtles to be born female than male. (10) Alligators never move backward…

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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XLV

image credit (1) The largest bat colony in the world in Bracken Cave, Texas. There exists approximately 20 million bats. (2) Tigers not only have stripes on their fur, they also have them on their skin. No two tigers ever have the same stripes. (3) Seahorse dads carry fertilized eggs in their pouch and can give birth to hundreds of babies at a time. (4) George Washington’s teeth were made of elephant ivory, and walrus tusks.
Tigers have also stripes on their fur
image credit (5) It’s really unbelievable that moths have no stomach. They digest their food in entrails. (6) A python can swallow a rabbit whole and may eat as many as 150 mice in a six-month period. (7) Butterflies can taste with their feet.
A python swallows a rabit
image credit (8) Around 50 percent of orangutans have fractured bones, due to falling out of trees on a regular basis. (9) It’s hard to believe that cats dream in the sleep like humans. (10) Trained Dogs can detect cancer in its early stages.
Orangutan
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A free open source data encryption program for steemit users [repost]

A free open source data encryption program for steemit users Hello, everyone this is my first software sharing for Steemit Community. I developed a software (programmed in Visual Basic 8) for encrypting any text data. It’ll play a vital role on Steemit Community, because, on Steemit Platform we need a very long passphrase to be saved. It’s impossible to memorize this passphrase. And, it’s also very dangerous to write down this passphrase in the notepad. There are too many free password keepers & encryption programs, but, maximum are not open-source. My main objective is to provide such type open-source program. I use AES Rijndael Block Cipher Encryption Algorithm to encrypt text data.Step by Step Development :Open a new project in Visual Basic 8. Select “Standard EXE”. 

 Create two text boxes & two command buttons on the form. Text1 textbox, Text2 textbox, Command1 commandbutton & Command2 commandbutton.
 Change the caption of the command buttons from “Command1” to “Encrypt…
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