Human Beings (Homo sapiens)


Human beings are social animals that usually live together in all stages of development. Their social behaviour is however different from most other animals. They like to interact with each other, and they need other people for their daily survival, but still, they can be independent. A human being can live alone, but just like other mammals, they need to be cared for during their childhood stage.

The compulsory dependence of a human being is because of some facts, which includes: our way of life, mating structure, emotional feelings, children-parent relationship, and some other factors.

Our way of life: animals that live in the wild, and most domestic animals can be solitary, except when mating because, unlike human beings, they do not make use of money, they do not need to work to make a living, they do not need to impress others, and express themselves to others, they do not require approval to do many things, they do not live in civilised environments, they do not need friends, they do not go into relationships, and so on.

Our mating structure: most of the domestic and wild animals do not take a mating partner for life, unlike human beings which usually take a mating partner for life. Animals do not get involved in sexual relationships.

Emotional feelings: most of the wild and domestic animals do not get involved in conversation, quarrelling, argument, grouped wars or conflicts. Animals do not have to love others, hate others, be jealous of others, be envious of others, and so on. But if they should live like human beings which get involved in this acts, no matter how solitary an animal could be, they would be dependent on each other, just like human beings.

Due to the highly advanced nervous system human beings possess, they undergo many emotional feelings, which would lead to compulsory interaction. Some of these feelings like love, hate, jealousy, envy, want for wealth, popularity, power, domination, and so on, require other people to be fulfilled.

In conclusion, what I am trying to say is that, though we are social beings, our social nature is because of the fact that we are the apex animal in the world, which is why our way of life is highly developed and civilised, our mating structure calls for life partnership (except when divorce or death takes place), our emotional feelings is highly dependent on people around us, and our children-parent relationship, is one in which a child acknowledges his/her parent or guardian for life. If not because of this fact, we might have been as solitary as many other animals.


Human beings have a very large range of weights. A human being’s weight could depend on some factors like the type of food taken, quality of food taken, quantity of food taken, environmental background, financial status of parents or guardians or the person in question, and some other factors. A human being passes through several stages of development which includes infant stage, childhood stage, teenage stage, adult stage, in which his/her weight should vary according to the stage the person is in. The weights of human beings also have a different range depending on the country or region in question. This might be because of different standards of living, weather and climate, and some other factors. They are websites which have given weight ranges for people, or given a general formula for calculating the weight range of every stage in the human development cycle; you can visit these websites by inputting “human beings weight” in the search tab of any browser. But on average, adult human beings weigh 62 kg (136.69 pounds). I guess that everyone who will read this article, or is reading this article is a human being that should know at least the range of weights he/she will fall into.


This factor also varies a lot in human beings. Unlike most other animals which every healthy member would have a general speed range, human beings do not have a general speed range. But on average, a 16 year old and above healthy person should reach a speed of 24.5 kilometres per hour (15.22 miles per hour) while performing a sprint run. One of the fastest, if not the fastest record was 44.72 kilometres per hour (27.79 miles per hour), which was reached by Usain Bolt.


The average lifespan of human beings worldwide is about 75 years. But a human being could live both way above and way below that. It is thought that the average life expectancy of a human being just like other animals would increase as they pass infant and childhood stages, because the mortality rate is highest at infant and childhood stages. The average lifespan is given on the basis that the human being would overcome all challenges that could kill him/her in his/her other stages of development. The lifespan of a person could be reduced by infant mortality, epidemics, diseases, accidents, wars or other kinds of conflicts, and so on.


Human beings are found in every continent except Antarctica (Antarctica is the only continent in the world with no real human residents). They live in habitats like rainforests, wetlands, savannas just like other animals. The only difference between a human being’s habitat and wild animals’ or some domestic animals’ habitat is the kind of housing. Most human beings live in a highly built artificial house, while most animals live in naturally built shelters.


Human beings are apex predators in their habitat. We are omnivores that are on top of our food chain. We do possess predators like tigers, lions, jaguars, the beast of gévaudan, and so on, but we do not live in the same environments as these animals. One fact to note is that no matter how huge and strong an animal is, they will still have a little amount of fear for a human being.


Human beings are omnivores (which means we feed on both plants and animals). We feed on plants like fruits (oranges, pawpaw, apples, mangoes, cashews, carrots, bananas, pineapples, and so on), vegetables (spinach, amaranthus, okro, bitter leaves, water leaves, and so on), beverages (cocoa, coffee, tea, and so on), cereals (wheat, millet, guinea corn, oats, and so on), pulses (soyabeans, groundnuts, Lima beans, pigeon pea, and so on), root and tuber crops (yam, potatoes, cocoyam, cassava, and so on), spices (pepper, ginger, curry leaves, and so on), oil plants (groundnut, oil palm, coconut, soyabeans, and so on. We feed on animals like crustaceans (crabs, and so on), gastropods (snails, and so on), Pisces (tilapia fish, and so on), Aves (pigeons, domestic fowls, and so on), mammals (goats, sheep, cattle, antelopes, rabbits, and so on).

Kingdom: Animalia.

Phylum: Chordata.

Class: Mammalia.

Order: Primates.

Family: Hominidae.

Genus: Homo.

Species: H. sapiens.

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Fastest And Slowest Animals In The Cat Family

Fastest animals in the cat family

1.) Cheetahs

They are the fastest cats and also the fastest land animals in the world. They can attain speeds of 80 to 128 kilometres per hour (49.71 to 79.54 miles per hour). A cheetah can accelerate from 0 miles to 60 miles per hour in just 3 seconds. The cheetah shows several adaptation for prolonged chases at some of the fastest speeds. Its light weight of about 21 to 65 kg (46.30 to 143.30 pounds) is one of the reasons for its great speed. Its light, streamlined body makes it well suited to short, explosive bursts of speed, rapid acceleration, and an ability to execute extreme changes in direction while moving at even its fastest speeds.


2.) Lions

They live in social groups called prides. They can attain a speed of 81 kilometres per hour (50.33 miles per hour). This speed limit places them on the list of the fastest land animals in the world. They are second fastest cat and sixth fastest land animal in the world.

They are one of the largest cats in the world attaining weights of 150 to 180 kg (330.69 to 396.83 pounds).


3.) Cougars

They can attain speeds of about 80 kilometres per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They are also known as puma concolor (which is its scientific name), catamounts, panthers and mountain lions. They could jump to heights of 15 feet (4.57 metres).

They are one of the animals popularly referred to by its scientific name, Puma concolor.


4.) Jaguars

They can attain speeds of about 80 kilometres per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They possess the greatest bite force amongst cats.


5.) Caracals

They can attain speeds of almost 80 kilometers per hour (49.71 miles per hour). They are portable cats that are very fast for their size.


6.) Servals

They can attain speeds of 70 to 80 kilometers per hour (43.5 to 49.71 miles per hour). They are light cats, which are very good hunters.


7.) Clouded leopards

They can attain a speed of 65 kilometers per hour (40.39 miles per hour). They are secretive cats that are also aboreal animals.

Clouded leopards

8.) Snow leopards

They can attain speeds of 56.4 to 65 kilometers per hour (35.05 to 40.39 miles per hour). They are also known as the ghosts of the mountains because of their hunting and living styles.

Snow leopards

9.) Ocelots

They can attain a speed of about 62 kilometers per hour (38.53 miles per hour). These cats are solitary cats just like many other cats that are also territorial.


10.) Tigers

They can attain speeds of 49 to 65 kilometers per hour (30.45 to 40.39 kilometers per hour). They are the largest extant non hybrid cats in the world.


11.) Leopards

They can attain speeds of 56 to 60 kilometers per hour (34.8 to 37.28 miles per hour). These cats are the most distributed cats in the world.


12.) Bobcats

They can attain speeds of 40 to 48 kilometers per hour (24.86 to 29.83 miles per hour). They are also known as red lynx.


13.) Sand cats

They can attain speeds of 30 to 40 kilometers per hour (18.64 to 24.86 miles per hour). They are also known as sand dune cats.

Sand cats

Slowest animals in the cat family

1.) Canada lynxes

They can attain a speed of 1.46 kilometers per hour 0.91 miles per hour). They are silent, sneaky animals.

Canada lynxes

2.) Black footed cats

They can attain speeds of 2 to 3 kilometers per hour (1.24 to 1.86 miles per hour). They are also known as small spotted cats. Though small, they are very deadly predators which are fierce in hunting.

Black footed cats

If there is any cat missing out, you can list it in the comments section for addition, writing about all the possible cats that should appear on the list will be extremely hard.


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How To Improve Website Structure

Website structure or website architecture is how your website link its web pages and contents generally together. Websites with a good website structure will link all the possible words and sentences they mention in a post to an article they have published.

Website structure help improve user experience and website performance.

Improving your website’s structure might sound like a bit hard, but it majorly takes just practicing internal linking.

Website structure, website performance, and user experience are linked, but we will cover them in different articles to not complicate anything, and to cover a wider area.

Steps to follow:

1.) Practice internal linking:

This is the method of linking to your other article. If you write a post and mention any other article you have written about, you should link to it. This will help improve user experience as the visitor can visit the post if he wants.


– It will improve user experience.

– It will reduce bounce rate.

– It will improve web page interaction.

– It will improve SEO.

– It will increase traffic.


– It can diverge a visitor’s interest for a particular article.

– Too much linking can slow down site.

– It will increase the work you have to do on an article.

2.) Turn on related posts:

This is also internal linking, but just differenciate it by the fact that this one is automatic and you don’t decide which set of posts will appear in a particular post, while the other is manual and though you don’t technically decide (as only articles that are related could be mentioned), but you actually decide. You can easily do this through your site’s settings. It will improve user experience as the user may also be looking for that article. It will also help search engines and users know what your site is all about.


– It will reduce bounce rate.

– It will improve user experience.

– It will increase traffic.

– It will improve SEO.

– Unlike the the first one, the user will finish the post first, which will reduce the probabilities of user not concentrating on one post.


– Since visitors will have to finish the actual post before seeing, the visitor might not reach the end, which will lead to some sub disadvantages, which are:

– It might not actually increase traffic.

– It might not actually reduce bounce rate.

3.) Categorise articles:

You have to branch articles into categories for a visitor to know which particular category an article is in.


– It will improve SEO.

– It will improve user experience.

– It will help visitors know the range of topics or sub-topics you cover.


– It will diversify your website.

– It can make search engines confused about what exactly your website is all about.

Practices you shouldn’t engage in:

1.) Linking to an article more than once in the same post.

2.) Using the wrong anchor words.

3.) Pasting raw links.

4.) Linking to articles that shouldn’t be mentioned.


We hope this article has covered all the information it should. We also hope we have simplified it as best as possible.

Whichever one you pick have advantages and disadvantages, but overlook the disadvantages and practice anyway; why we mentioned them was for you to find a way to reduce them. Also practice all of them.

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How To Monetize Your Website


We are here to talk about ways to monetize your website. The methods we will list below can drive and is driving a large amount of money for websites. You can focus on one, while adding others sometimes; or use a combination of some of them; or use only one. The best ways of generating revenue, are the first two.

Now, we will list the methods of generating revenue through your website, we hope that we have simplified the post enough for everyones’ understanding.

1.) By Placing Ads:

You can apply for ad networks like Google AdSense, WordAds, Media.net, and so on. You should go through their requirements like number of page views; page visitors; age of website; age of owner(s); domain authority requirements; Alexa rank or some other similar ranking technologies like SemRush rank, Google Analytics, and so on; and so on; payment methods (PayPal, Direct deposit, Google Pay, Amazon Pay, Stripe, Payoneer, Wire transfer, and so on; and also some requirements of the particular payment method or set of payment methods); payment system (pay per click, pay per view, pay per action, and so on); ad type (Pop up ads, banner ads, and so on); ads target (adult ads or ageless ads), and some other things.

2.) Through Affiliate marketing:

You can sign up for affiliate accounts like Amazon affiliate program, eBay affiliate program, Jumia KOL, and so on. You should check their requirements before applying, like payment methods, page views and visitors, privacy policy, and so on.

You can also share the link to your social media accounts or pages or groups.

You can add the link by: visiting the affiliate subdomain for the e commerce store; generate the code for the product or campaign; then post the link to your post. My advice, don’t post raw links (as the way you copied them like https://www.ecommercestore.com/affiliate product), rather write something about the product or just the name of the product and link to the product.

3.) By Selling Ebooks:

You can sell ebooks either through your site directly or indirectly.

Directly: you can post your ebook in your website, that means your website is the host website. The major advantage is that you own everything generated from the ebook. The major disadvantage is that you might not generate enough income, or generally, you wouldn’t have enough visitors to generate enough revenue.

You can interact with other ebook sellers and/or creators to learn more about selling ebooks directly through your website.

Indirectly: you can post your ebook to other ebook sites like Payhip, Amazon Kindle, Blurb, Clickbank, Booktango, and so on, and link to your website. In this case, your website is not the host site. The major advantage is that you will likely generate higher commission than selling directly from your site, since these websites have large readership. The major disadvantage is that you don’t own everything made from the ebook, unless in some cases you pay a certain amount of money.

To add the link to your website, you will have to visit your dashboard in the site; visit the products section; tap the triple dot on the product; tap share; then copy the embed code or just the the ebook link.

If you copy the embed code, then when you visit the post you want to add it to: tap the post settings; visit HTML mode; then embed the code wherever you want it to be shown.

If you copy the raw link, then visit the post you want to add it to; go to the exact part of the post you want to add it to; write the name of the ebook; then link to the ebook.

You can also share the ebook through your social media accounts, but in this case, you will have to copy the raw link.

Remember to visit the pricing section and some other important sections of the site to learn more about running the business.

4.) Through Selling Your Products:

You can make your website an e commerce store while it is still a regular blog. You will sell your products directly through your website.

You should go through some information about this one on the internet before diving in. Some important knowledge to acquire are licenses needed, subscription requirements, best host sites, best storage options for your products, best payment methods, best shipping methods. When I say best as a businessman, I don’t just mean popular and good, but the ones that will generate the largest possible output with the lowest possible input, though you shouldn’t also take this statement to seriously or you might pick the worst.

5.) Creating Subscribers Only Contents:

You can create very awesome contents that people will really want to read and make it available for those that subscribe alone (you can write posts like posts about top science research going on; popular extinct animals like dragons, dinosaurs, and so on; top secret lifestyle of celebrities; secret legal money making tips; super important pieces of advice; very rare extant animals; exceptional animals (echidna and duck-billed platypus for being the only two mammals that can lay eggs; kangaroos, opposiums, and so on for being the very few ovoviviparous animals; urochordates and cephalocordates for being unrecognized chordates; and so on); archaeological findings; secret and/or important history of tribes, countries, people, animal evolution, religions, deities, gods, angels, demons, spiritual beings, behaviours, languages, words, extinct beasts of prey, and so on; posts about werewolves and vampires, and so on).

It’s easy to do this one; you can turn on subscriber only contents through your post settings. Also, you will need some knowledge and requirements like subscription amount, subscription period; your web host subscription plan must be eligible, and so on.

6.) Asking For Donation And Tips:

You can encourage people to donate to your website.

7.) Subscription:

You can make your website paid, though I wouldn’t advice this as a beginner, you rather go for the subscribers only content.


I hope this article will solve your purpose of reading it. You can also add in the comments section how easy we made it to engage in these processes.

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