Category: wild life

Volcanic Activity and Declining Ocean Oxygen caused Mass Extinction

Volcanic Activity and Declining Ocean Oxygen caused Mass Extinction

Marine Organisms could go extinct in the coming years if industrial emissions of Carbon Dioxide are not controlled on an emergency basis. Climate change is inflicting disastrous effects on Earth in several ways. One of the most dangerous among them is the rapid increment in the levels of Carbon Dioxide in our atmosphere. As a…

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The number of Mountain Gorilla surpasses 1000 despite challenges

The number of Mountain Gorilla surpasses 1000 despite challenges

The conservation of Mountain Gorilla seems to be on track thanks to the efforts of the International Gorilla Conservation Program and the local authorities. A recent survey has revealed that the population of, critically endangered, mountain gorillas is on the rise despite all the challenges including habitat loss, hunting, national instability, diseases, etc. Their number…

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The Last Male Northern White Rhino has died

The Last Male Northern White Rhino has died

Death of 45 years old Rhino could prove to be the last nail in the coffin for the Extinction of the Northern White Rhinos. Extinction of species has earned the status of a ‘Crisis’ following the trend of mass extinctions around the world. Conservationists seemed more worried than sad as they announced the death of…

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This Bug Is Born Pregnant

This Bug Is Born Pregnant

Aphids are born pregnant It is known that many insects and wild animals have babies very soon. Sexual maturity is the age at which any being can reproduce, but Aphids seem to have something special. First of all, what are they? Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects that feed by inserting their slender mouthparts into phloem…

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is here

Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is here

One hundred images were selected from more than 50,000 contest entries from 92 countries around the world The Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is produced and developed by Natural History Museum, London and every year one hundred images are selected from more than 50,000. Is good to know that two of the photos were taken by kids…

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25+ photos of the year

25+ photos of the year

National Geographic releases a top in which you can find the best photo taken this year. The following images are included in “Nature” category.  We better let the images speak.       source: National Geographic. Credits on photos.

Fossilized Baby Bird from time of Dinosaurs found in Amber

Fossilized Baby Bird from time of Dinosaurs found in Amber

It is 99-million-year-old and it’s the best preserved of its kind Kristin Romey, a staff writer covering archaeology and paleontology for National Geographic, affirms the remains of a baby bird has been discovered in a specimen of 99-milion-year-old amber. According to scientists from Gondwana Research, the hatchling belonged to a major group of birds known as…

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The most impressive fossil in the world was accidentally discovered by Alberta miners.

The most impressive fossil in the world was accidentally discovered by Alberta miners.

This breakthrough is one to one billion Although the images appeared a few days ago in the National Geographic magazine, we are opening this topic just now because we wanted to make sure that this discovery is real and not an invention. While a mining team was digging near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, they’ve discovered…

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Video Solves Mystery of How Narwhals Use Their Tusks

Video Solves Mystery of How Narwhals Use Their Tusks

Drone footage taken in the far northeastern regions of Canada finally sheds light on how narwhals use the massive tusks protruding from their heads. MYSTERY BEHIND NARWHAL’S ICONIC TUSKS REVEALED: Video shows how narwhals use their iconic tusks to hunt fish. Filmed near Nunavut, Canada, a narwhal can be seen tapping a fish with its tusk.…

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