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Subhana’llah: Fireflies (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Fireflies emit light mostly to attract mates, although they also communicate for other reasons as well, such as to defend territory and warn predators away. In some firefly species, only one sex lights up. In most, however, both sexes glow; often the male will fly, while females will wait in trees, shrubs and grasses to spot an attractive male. If she finds one, she’ll signal it with a flash of her own.

– Fireflies eat other fireflies.
– Fireflies have short lifespans (1 year).
– Fireflies are found on almost every continent.
– Fireflies are medically and scientifically useful.

RELATED: GLOWING FIREFLIES (Video)

Made In Africa Foundation: Yasiin Bey interview (Video)

info-pictogram1 Conscious, informed, thoughtful, universal magnetic, b-boy scientific: interview with Yasiin Bey (afka Mos Def aka Black Dante) on the Made In Africa Foundation. Filmed at the Our Future, Made in Africa gala event in collaboration with the IC Publications Africa Bankers Awards, in Marrakech, Morocco.

WATCH: OUR FUTURE, MADE IN AFRICA (DOCUMENTARY)

Documentary: Our Future, Made in Africa (Video)

“It’s a well known statistic that USD $400 million of funding for feasibility studies and master plans across sub-Saharan Africa would develop over USD $100 billion of infrastructure projects, which in turn would create a value of USD $1 trillion across africa. Increasing GDP on the continent by 2% and lifting 200 million people out of poverty.” – Ozwald Boateng, OBE

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