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                       The little tiny blue dot, our Earth stands as a unique ecosystem comprising of various types of wildlife. One of them being- the animals, these animals can both be horrendous as hell and also kind as heaven. There are some extinct species that our being brought back from extinction like the Passenger Pigeon, and the Dodo. These are a matter of fact that, they have gone extinct by means of human approach. All these animals going extinct such as the Dodo it is a great example of what forensic scientists are working on. The Dodo found by the Dutch soldiers around the year 1600 on an island in the Indian ocean went extinct in less than 80 years by human approach.                Forensic scientists have till now brought Pyrenean ibex back to life from extinction. The Pyrenean ibex  common name bouquetin, was one of the four subspecies of the Iberian ibex or Iberian wild goat, a species endemic to the  Pyrenees .the Pyrenean ibex so far has been the only animal that ha

Mental Health in the Digital Age: Coping Strategies for the 21st Century

 In the fast-paced world of the 21st century, our lives are increasingly intertwined with technology. While this digital age has brought about numerous advancements and conveniences, it has also brought its own set of challenges, particularly when it comes to mental health. With constant connectivity, social media pressures, and information overload, it's no wonder that many people struggle to maintain their mental well-being. However, amidst these challenges, there are coping strategies that individuals can employ to navigate the digital landscape and prioritize their mental health. ● Understanding the Impact of Digital Technology on Mental Health Before delving into coping strategies, it's important to acknowledge the ways in which digital technology can impact mental health. Excessive screen time, particularly on social media platforms, has been linked to feelings of loneliness, anxiety, and depression. The constant barrage of curated images and status updates can lead to un