DURHAM— Bird songs and the sounds of rushing water from the Eno River are what walkers usually hear on the Eno Trail, not far from historic downtown Hillsborough. But for five weeks in the spring, the scrape of shovels and cries of discovery blended into Mother Nature’s natural chorus. Students and professors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Archaeology Department were excavating what is known as The Wall site.
Whether you’re working in the yard or lying on the beach in the heat of summer, you are going to get thirsty. And while it’s tempting to reach for a cold beverage, it’s a good idea to drink just plain water first.
Dive into some water facts to find out why: The average adult human body is 50-65% water. The percentage is about 60% in men, 55% in women, 65% in children and about 75% in infants.
How fish deal with all the noise in their environment
April 25, 2019
The ocean is noisy too
We are constantly exposed to noise, whether it’s walking by a construction site or the sound of a siren or a neighbor using a lawn mower. It’s getting harder and harder to find a quiet spot. That’s even true for fish. It turns out there are a lot of things that make noise underwater, including boat traffic, waves and even marine life.