Are termites dangerous to humans in any way?
How is a leopard dangerous for the human population?
Asked in Robotics
What is the performance of tasks by robots is based on?
Asked in Science, Zoologists
Define insect and pest categories of insect and pest?
Asked in Aphrodite (Venus)
Was Aphrodite dangerous?
Aphrodite was not dangerous in any way on her own. Although, she was indirectly dangerous because if she was angered, she would have another god or goddess make her revenge for her. Yes, as any Greek goddess could be dangerous. Yes, as any Greek goddess could be dangerous. Yes, as any Greek goddess could be dangerous.
Asked in Polar Bears
If polar bears were extincthow will it effect humans?
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Great Lakes
Are there dangerous fish in the great lakes?
No, there are no dangerous creatures (to humans) in any of the great lakes (only dangerous to other fish.) You can swim to your heart's content with the peace of mind that you won't get stung, bitten, chomped, swallowed or in any way mauled or mutilated by any aquatic critter. The only real threats in the great lakes are hypothermia and rip tides- both of which can be avoided with a little common sense.
Asked in Light Bulbs and Artificial Lighting
Are light bulbs that contain Mercury dangerous in any way?
Is there any way to become something closer to what humans call a vampire?
Asked in Building and Carpentry, Wood Crafts, Trees
Do termites really eat wood?
Yes, termites eat wood. Termites have some kind of bacteria living in their gut, that produces enzymes that break down cellulose (the fiber that gives structure to wood), into carbohydrates, for the termites and the bacteria to use. So yes, termites eat wood, but in another way, they're actually eating carbohydrates.