Browse Sites By Category: Nature
nationalgeographic.com — Bursts of activity in parts of the park highlight the erratic nature of these watery phenomena. The geysers in Yellowstone National Park are as breathtakingly beautiful as they are mercurial. Old Faithful is famous in part because of its predictability, since most of these natural fonts are much …
20.02.2019 0 comments From Alex
iflscience.com — Honeybees can do additions and subtractions! Honeybees are amazing! Their ability to pollinate plants is exclusively responsible for one-third of all the crops we consume daily. Not only that but they have a complex language, they can communicate to the other bees via dance, and they can explain to…
06.02.2019 0 comments From Alex
usatoday.com — The Windy City's "high" temperature on Wednesday should be around 10 below zero, while the overnight low Wednesday night into Thursday morning is forecast to be in the 25-below range, according to the National Weather Service in Chicago. On Wednesday, Chicago will be colder than parts of Antarctica…
30.01.2019 0 comments From Alex
space.com — The moon is a lifeless world once again. The cotton plants that sprouted on the moon's far side aboard China's Chang'e 4 lander are dead, done in by the bitter cold of the lengthy lunar night, GBTimes reported today (Jan. 16). These photosynthesizing pioneers were part of Chang'e 4's biological ex…
17.01.2019 0 comments From Alex
npr.org — While he was but one very lonely Achatinella apexfulva, his death takes place a George, the last of his species of Hawaiian land snail, died on New Year's Day. He was approximately 14 years old. His death was confirmed by Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources. George was born as part …
08.01.2019 0 comments From Alex
blogs.scientificamerican.com — Forests are the most powerful and efficient carbon-capture system on the planet. The latest IPCC report  does not mince words about the state of our planet: we must act now to achieve global change at a scale that has “no documented historical precedent” in order to avoid the climate catastrophe th…
06.12.2018 0 comments From Alex
thisisinsider.com — A magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday. Social-media images and videos show destroyed roads and schools being evacuated. Images and videos on social media show destroyed roads, schools being evacuated, and items falling off shelves in stores. Authorities have instructed plan…
01.12.2018 0 comments From Alex
nbcnews.com — Close to 190 dead sea turtles were found frozen off the coast of Cape Cod Friday after low temperatures stifled their ability to make it safely to shore. The Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuary said a “once in a lifetime weather system” of “gale force winds,” cold temperatures and high tide caused the …
24.11.2018 0 comments From Alex
dailymail.co.uk — Twenty-five palm oil groups had cleared over 130,000 hectares of rainforest since the end of 2015.That is an area almost twice the size of Singapore destroyed in less than three years. Palm oil is harvested from rainforests and commonly used in a range of products A Greenpeace report found 25 su…
14.11.2018 0 comments From Alex
usatoday.com — We know that human sperm like to keep cool. And according to a new study, male fertility could decline as temperatures soar due to global warming. The latest problem to be linked to global warming: male sperm counts. It's not good news. According to a new study published Tuesday, male fertility ap…
14.11.2018 0 comments From Alex