Unordered List Whitespace Structure

Hi ! new here :wink:
I’ve been working on the first HTML project on the stack developer course and I have a question:
I’ve followed the instructions of the course and started creating the website but I noticed that when adding the unordered list it suddenly adds space between it, the paragraph above it and the first item list below it.
I would love some explanation as to why this is happening :grin:
Thanks in advance, Shalev
The course’s link:

My code:

<!DOCTYPE html>

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Hey Shalev !

By default web browser apply CSS to HTML elements, so in this case this is applied to your unordered list:

Since you’re not on the CSS part yet maybe you don’t exactly understand the code in the screenshot but at least you know why it looks like that :slightly_smiling_face: (but you will later on !)

Source of the screenshot

Ohhh I understand, thanks for responding !