The Hidden Difference Between 15 Things We Think the Same
More often than not we don’t realize about the differences in certain things even though the difference could be huge. There are words that sound alike but are very different in meaning; animals that we think are the same, countries that we call the same name and a lot more. Here finally are 15 things to educate you about the vast differences between them.
1Butter and margarine
There is a lot of confusion between the two and many do not know what’s the difference between butter and margarine. To make matters clear here the difference is spelled out, butter is a milk product but margarine is made of vegetable oil. Unlike butter, margarine cannot be made at home. Margarine lacks cholesterol and saturated fat which is abundant in butter because it has a high level of polyunsaturated and monosaturated fats.
2Jam and Jelly
, As usual, many people can’t tell the difference between Jam and jelly. The difference is simple, jam is made of actually fruit and jellies are made of fruit juices. Because of this reason jellies spreads smoothly while jams have lumps in them. Jelly is more popular among kids while adults prefer jams.
3Weather and climate
Weather is more a temporary condition of the atmosphere at a localised place whereas climate is an overall measure of the average weather at a place over a longer period of time. Weather is daily atmospheric conditions which are liable to changes such as humidity, wind, rain, thunderclouds etc in 24 hrs. Climate, on the other hand, spans over the period of 25 years in the least over a specific area or region. The study of weather is called meteorology while the study of climate is called climatology.
4Rabbits and Hare
Yes, there’s a difference between these two furry animals as well although not many can make them out. Rabbits give birth to their babies’ insides the burrows while hare always give birth above the land surface. A hare is bigger is size and has less fur on the body as compared to rabbits moreover; hares are runners by nature while rabbits prefer to hide when in danger. This explains the open pit style nests of hares while deep burrows for rabbit nests.