The eerie blood waterfall pours from Taylor Glacier then foams up on the surface of Antarctica. Research found that the color is due to oxidized iron.
Among 10k tigers in the U.S, 4k are in the wild, down from 100k a century ago. You now need a permit to transport a tiger across state lines.
The Damascus goat has become an investment asset in the Arabian peninsula. The female’s price is about US$10,000 and can reach US$15,000. As for the male, the price jumps in some cases to US$50,000 and more.
Humanity celebrates on every March 20th the International Day of Happiness. 2020’s celebration will be a form of resistance against coronavirus.
The mysterious aspect of the lynx gave it a prominent role in ancient Greek and American cultures. So, they consider it as the symbol of the unraveling of truths. They also attribute to it numerous superpowers.
A bright blue sphere crossed the skies of Karelia, a northern republic in Russia. The footage is from a local internet service provider called CityLink in the town of Segezha.
In 2015, two beaver families were released on the River Otter. By 2019, at least seven breeding pairs had spread throughout the river catchment.
Tremors and aftershocks are still rocking Puerto Rico, weeks after strong earthquakes. Families are leaving the island because it won’t stop shaking.
Lebanon is located on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean. Its capital, Beirut, is located on at a midpoint of Lebanon’s coast 10,691 km far from the US.
With 100% of its electricity coming from renewable sources, the German town of Wolfhagen is demonstrative of what can be achieved when municipalities adopt innovative approaches to the ownership and governance of key infrastructure.