Category: Nature

8 Amazing Places that Humans have Destroyed

8 Amazing Places that Humans have Destroyed

The global urbanization and industrialization have destroyed unlimited amazing places around the globe. The advancement of technology has enabled humanity to change the surface of the Earth according to our needs. We did manage to extract numerous benefits from this progress but it cost us some of the most beautiful assets of the world. Although…

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Top 7 National Parks of the World

Top 7 National Parks of the World

If you love nature and want to visit some of the best natural places in the world, national parks are the most suitable destinations for you. National parks are one of the most stunning and iconic locations to visit in the world. They are often rich with rare plants and wildlife and offer unrivaled scientific,…

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Baby T-Rex could be the Cutest Floor Monster

Baby T-Rex could be the Cutest Floor Monster

Young T-Rex was much fluffier and cute than the general perception of the creature. You have probably heard about the Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), a fearsome predator with immensely strong jaws (able to crush 7800 pounds) and rather tiny arms. Most of the data we have on this dinosaur is based on pure speculation because unfortunately…

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Bacteria can Eat and Breathe Electricity

Bacteria can Eat and Breathe Electricity

Researchers found some electricity-producing bacteria at the Yellowstone National Park. A researching team from Washington State University conducted a test at the famous alkaline hot springs of the Yellowstone National Park. At the time of testing, the temperature of the hot spring was actually quite HOT (around 90o C). The latest report suggested that some…

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Ultra-rare Black Leopard was seen for the First Time in Africa in 100 Years

Ultra-rare Black Leopard was seen for the First Time in Africa in 100 Years

Will Burrard-Lucas captured some amazing images of a rare black leopard in the Liosaba Conservancy of Kenya. Black Leopards, also called panthers are not much different from ordinary leopards. They have a gene mutation that gives them their characteristic sleek black color. One of these black leopards, which is also known as the Black Panther…

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Bees can Do Basic Mathematics

Bees can Do Basic Mathematics

Scientists reveal that bees can add or subtract provided they are given proper training.   Do you find even basic mathematics hard? The humble bees around us would politely disagree. According to a study published in ‘Science Advances’, the scientists from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) reported that bees can add or subtract…

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Hunga Tonga is Teeming with Life although it didn’t even Exist 4 Years Ago

Hunga Tonga is Teeming with Life although it didn’t even Exist 4 Years Ago

An underwater volcano in the South Pacific Ocean spawned an island called Hunga Tonga. This rare volcanic pop-up emerged right in between the two confirmed islands of the Kingdom of Tonga. There has been no official announcement about its name but the locals like to call it Hunga Tonga, on the basis of its location.…

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Bees are on the Brink of Extinction

Bees are on the Brink of Extinction

Human actions are pushing many species of bees towards extinction. Closely related to wasps, bees are integral for reproduction of plants. Bees carry out an important task called ‘Pollination’. It is the process by which pollen is transferred from the male part of the plant to the female part. When a bee lands on a…

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NASA is Actively Assisting Authorities to Contain California Wildfires

NASA is Actively Assisting Authorities to Contain California Wildfires

The natural disaster is still causing some irreparable damage in California. California continued to get ravaged by wildfires this month and these were the deadliest wildfires in the history of the state. NASA recently rose up to assist against these wildfires by using the Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis (ARIA) team at the Jet Propulsion…

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The Increase in the Number of Ocean Storms may Change the Biodiversity of Kelp Forests

The Increase in the Number of Ocean Storms may Change the Biodiversity of Kelp Forests

Kelp Forests might lose a lot of creatures due to the excessive ocean storms. An extensive scaled, long-haul research on Kelp Forests of Southern California conveys new understanding to how the biodiversity of waterfront biological systems could be affected after some time as changing atmosphere possibly builds the recurrence of sea storms. Scientists at the…

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The Levels of Heavy Metal Pollution are Going Down at the Largest Metropolis of the Southern Hemisphere

The Levels of Heavy Metal Pollution are Going Down at the Largest Metropolis of the Southern Hemisphere

Brazilian researchers showed that the environmental pollution in Sao Paulo has gone down in the last 30 years by analyzing the rings and barks of the Tipuana tree. Environmental Pollution is one of the massive challenges that we face in this modern era. Following the disastrous impacts, it can have, global efforts are needed to…

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Amazonian Wetlands Easily Surpass the Estimates of Tree Species Richness

Amazonian Wetlands Easily Surpass the Estimates of Tree Species Richness

The wetlands of Amazon Basin provides the most diverse wetland forest of the world with 3615 tree species. Trees form an essential commodity of our ecosystem not only because they provide us with Oxygen but also due to their ability to eliminate excessive amounts of Carbon Dioxide from our environment. The importance of trees has…

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150th Anniversary of Helium gives us an Amazing Opportunity to have a look at its Numerous Benefits

150th Anniversary of Helium gives us an Amazing Opportunity to have a look at its Numerous Benefits

Critical medical applications like NMR and MRI were simply impossible without the second most abundant element of the universe. Helium was discovered by Jules Janssen, a French Astronomer, on 18th August 1868. He found this noble gas during a total solar eclipse and gave it the name ‘Helium’ after the source of its discovery, the…

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The Record Breaking Fires of California are Not Slowing down Anytime Soon

The Record Breaking Fires of California are Not Slowing down Anytime Soon

The fire at the Mendocino Complex is now the largest fire in the history of California in terms of the area burned and it is expected to grow even more in the coming days. Earth is considered a highly flammable planet given its atmospheric oxygen, widespread lightening and volcanic ignitions, spells of extremely dry climate,…

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Carbon-Focused Conservation might fail to Save Several Species of Tropical Forests

Carbon-Focused Conservation might fail to Save Several Species of Tropical Forests

In order to save biodiversity in tropical forests, we will need to devise a compromising approach where carbon and species of these forests are protected together. Human activity has brought drastic changes to the climate of our planet. A lot of species have been wiped away from the surface of the Earth and things are…

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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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Scientists say that Antarctica is Shaking due to ‘Earthquakes’

Scientists say that Antarctica is Shaking due to ‘Earthquakes’

Slow yet vigorous interior massive tremors known as ‘Ice Quakes’, caused by the sudden movement of ice over rough patches of rock within glacier or by fracturing crevasses (which according to some measurements are the equivalent of magnitude-7 earthquakes), are making Antarctica tremor. Ice Quakes differentiate, however, from the conventional micro-quakes and tremors triggered by…

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The World’s oldest known Spider died at the Age of 43

The World’s oldest known Spider died at the Age of 43

A parasitic wasp led to the death of the world’s oldest known spider in Australia. The lifespan of living things is decreasing continuously and the analysis of human history will guide you perfectly in this regard. A lot of species are being wiped away from the surface of this planet. Contrary to all this, an…

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Scientists take another step towards a Recyclable Polymer

Scientists take another step towards a Recyclable Polymer

Pollution problems linked with Petroleum Plastic Accumulation might come to an end following the discovery of a Recyclable Polymer. Plastic is a massive contributor to the pollution humanity faces all around the globe. The features that are destroying humans and the planet itself are the ones that encouraged people to use them initially. The fact…

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What is the difference between a BIO product and a Normal product?

What is the difference between a BIO product and a Normal product?

  Is there a difference between Normal and Bio products? Products that are developed from renewable sources are categorized as Bioproducts whereas normal products may contain chemicals and other inorganic substances. Therefore, all the products made from biological sources which comprise of agriculture (dried distillers grains, crops, and crop residues), food processing (residues, off-specification materials,…

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The Water you drink was already drunk at least 4 times

The Water you drink was already drunk at least 4 times

Scientists claim that every glass of water contains almost 100% Jurassic pee. The non-renewable resources are being consumed at a rapid rate. This is an international issue and a lot of emphases is being given these days to shift our energy needs to the renewable forms. Similarly, the problem of clean, drinking water is another…

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Why are we Seeing Northern Lights?

Why are we Seeing Northern Lights?

Is Earth the only Place where Aurora Borealis can take place? Earth has recently experienced quite a lot of interesting events. Northern lights is right up there in the list as it raised many questions straightway after its first sight. They are also known as Aurora Borealis. The first question to answer here is, what…

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“Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean”

“Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean”

100 Million plastic water bottles are trashed every single day. This company is fighting against plastic bottles pollution. “Because Everything We Do Touches The Ocean” is the call of One Less Bottle, a rapidly growing movement of pioneering and progressive individuals, communities, businesses, NGOs and policymakers, collaboratively striving to reduce the amount of single-use plastic…

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Video Footage Shows “Ground Breathing” after 7.1 Earthquake in Mexico

Video Footage Shows “Ground Breathing” after 7.1 Earthquake in Mexico

A strange phenomenon happened in Mexico after the last eartquake. The following video shows a really weird phenomenon that appeared in Mexico after a 7.1 earthquake. The street looks like it’s breathing, taking deep breaths out of a huge crack in the ground. It’s not the first time when this kind of weird waves appeared. This…

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