In the early twentieth century, rhino populations in Africa and Asia had an approximate worldwide population of 500,000. By 2011, the Western black rhino had been declared extinct by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and only 29,000 rhinos exist in the wild in total.
Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa and covers an area of 7,523 sq. mi. The park is part of the Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, an area designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as an International Man and Biosphere Reserve.
Most students, whether in elementary school, middle school, high school or college, all know to some extent how to b.s.
Did you know that there is a study on just about anything and everything? If there isn’t a study being done on something, then it either has little to no importance, or someone else will study it in the near future.
If I asked you, “How does someone find out your race biologically?” what would you answer? Blood type? Bone structure? How is it possible to know someone’s race without looking at their skin?
Apparently, the answer is that there is no biological way to know. Underneath our skin there is no difference.
NYU’s Bobst Library, officially the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, is one of the main hubs of student life at NYU. According to NYU: “Bobst Library houses more than four million volumes, 235,000 serial titles, and over 40,000 linear feet of archives … The Library receives 10,000 visits per day and circulates 304,000 items annually. Bobst Library offers approximately 2,500 seats for student study.” And during finals week, each and every one of those seats are taken.