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Cheese Morphine

Cheese Has a Morphine-Like Compound Named Casomorphin. It is an Opioid Peptide Derived from the Digestion of the Milk Protein Casein.

According to a 2015 study published in the US and the National Library of Medicine, certain food have addictive properties. It also revealed that these foods might have characteristics similar to illicit drugs. But did you know that cheese has a morphine-like compound? Casomorphin, a morphine-like compound found in cheese, makes them highly addictive. This …

Cheese Has a Morphine-Like Compound Named Casomorphin. It is an Opioid Peptide Derived from the Digestion of the Milk Protein Casein. Read More »

Manatees

Manatees Use Their Farts to Swim. They Hold in Their Farts to Help Them Get Closer to the Surface of the Ocean and then Expel it to Help Them Travel Back Down to the Bottom.

Manatees are large, gentle sea mammals that live in shallow coastal waters. The manatee resembles a large seal but is not related to seals. Furthermore, these incredible sea creatures can grow up to 10 feet long and weigh up to a thousand pounds. They are also known as sea cows and have fascinating biology and …

Manatees Use Their Farts to Swim. They Hold in Their Farts to Help Them Get Closer to the Surface of the Ocean and then Expel it to Help Them Travel Back Down to the Bottom. Read More »

Rip The Stray Dog

Rip was a Stray Dog Adopted by an Air Raid Patrolman in World War II. Although He was Not Trained for Rescue Work, He was Able to Help Rescue Over 100 Victims. He was Awarded the Dickin Medal for His Work.

The Dickin Medal is the highest honor that an animal can receive while serving in a military conflict. It is known as the Victoria Cross of the animals. It was established in 1943 by the PDSA’s founder, Maria Dickin CBE, to recognize outstanding acts of bravery or devotion to duty displayed by animals serving with …

Rip was a Stray Dog Adopted by an Air Raid Patrolman in World War II. Although He was Not Trained for Rescue Work, He was Able to Help Rescue Over 100 Victims. He was Awarded the Dickin Medal for His Work. Read More »