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For Animal Lovers only. Video of 50 amazing, cute and funny animal shots. Here are some truely amazing pictures of animals. Some are wild, in and out of their natural environment. Others are pets. There’s actually more than fifty. I stopped counting at 50. There are tigers, whales, sharks, primates,  dogs, … Continue reading

100 Most Awesome Lightning Strikes

100 Most awesome lightning strikes. Nature is totally awesome. There are many examples of its awesomeness but none like the power of thunder and lightning. Here are 100 of the most awesome lightning strikes. Lightning is a sudden electrostatic discharge during an electrical storm between electrically charged regions of a … Continue reading

Norway: Reindeer migration ‘slow TV’ event planned

Norway: Reindeer migration ‘slow TV’ event planned From the BBC Norway pioneered the concept of “slow TV”, and now its national broadcaster is eyeing a new subject for one of the marathon live events – migrating reindeer. NRK is hoping to broadcast the animals’ movements in real time for a … Continue reading

Pitcher plant in France eats bee-killing Asian hornets


Pitcher plant in France eats bee-killing Asian hornets BBC Europe Bee-killing Asian hornets spreading across Europe now face a natural enemy that lures them to destruction – a carnivorous North American plant, French experts say. The head of a botanical garden in Nantes, western France, says the pitcher plant Sarracenia … Continue reading

Revolutionary Australian beehive invention


Revolutionary Australian beehive invention. Jeremy Story Carter ABC Australia Stuart Anderson and his son Cedar’s method of collecting honey does not disturb the hive, but allows the honey to flow out through a channel system straight out of a tap, changing the way honey has been collected for millennia, forever. … Continue reading

Satellites track snail disease risk

world's largest primate being wiped out by war

By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent, San Jose Satellites track snail disease risk Scientists are tracking snails from space in a bid to combat the spread of parasitic disease in Africa. The satellite information is being used to predict where infections are likely to occur, enabling health agencies to better … Continue reading

A new type of refugee, wildlife refugees – 35,000 walruses – the largest ever recorded on land sign of warming Arctic

  A new type of refugee, wildlife refugees – 35,000 walrus – the largest ever recorded on land. Morgan Erickson-Davis, mongabay.com Additional material Mike Searle A mass of thousands of walruses were spotted hauled up on land in northwest Alaska during NOAA aerial surveys earlier this week. An estimated 35,000 walrus … Continue reading

The Arctic ice we all depend on is disappearing. Fast.

  The Arctic ice we all depend on is disappearing. Fast. In the last 30 years, we’ve lost as much as three-quarters of the floating sea ice cover at the top of the world. The volume of that sea ice measured by satellites in the summer, when it reaches its … Continue reading

Living planet index

Living planet index From WWF Global The state of the world’s biodiversity appears worse than ever. Population sizes of vertebrate species measured by the LPI have halved over the last 40 years. The Living Planet Index (LPI), which measures trends in thousands of vertebrate species populations, shows a decline of … Continue reading

Living Planet Report

The Living Planet Report From the WWF Global The Living Planet Report is the world’s leading, science-based analysis on the health of our planet and the impact of human activity. Knowing we only have one planet, WWF believes that humanity can make better choices that translate into clear benefits for … Continue reading

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