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Worlds most beautiful locations – Angel Falls Venezuela

Worlds most beautiful locations – Angel Falls Venezuela

Angel Falls, in the Canaima National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Venezuela), is the highest waterfall in the world. Called Salto Ángel in Spanish and Kerepakupai Vená –… Read more »

Great white shark’s epic ocean trek

Great white shark’s epic ocean trek

A great white shark called Lydia is about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other…. Read more »

ENDANGERED SPECIES The World’s Biggest Manta Ray Sanctuary Created

ENDANGERED SPECIES The World’s Biggest Manta Ray Sanctuary Created

Indonesia has instituted the world’s biggest manta ray sanctuary covering millions of square kilometers as it seeks to protect the huge winged fish and draw more tourists to the sprawling… Read more »

Worst year ever for SA rhino poaching

Worst year ever for SA rhino poaching

More white rhinos were illegally killed in South Africa in 2013 than in any previous year, according to government figures. A total of 1,004 animals were poached, representing a 50%… Read more »

elephants, rhinos and lions could be wiped out!

elephants, rhinos and lions could be wiped out!

One of Kenya’s top wildlife advocates said Monday that she fears that elephants, rhinos and lions could be wiped out from Africa’s wild lands by 2030. The United Nations Environmental… Read more »

Why World Wildlife Day Matters!

Why World Wildlife Day Matters!

World Wildlife Day is an occasion to remember that in spite of protections provided by CITES much of the world’s wildlife remains in crisis. The many threats they face include… Read more »

Save The Elephant:  The world wakes up at elephants’ eleventh hour

Save The Elephant: The world wakes up at elephants’ eleventh hour

The world has a real chance this week to halt the soaring slaughter of African elephants, rhinos and other animals. Over the past five years this has built up to… Read more »

NASA is watching the weather – and climate change!

NASA is watching the weather – and climate change!

For the first time in more than a decade, five NASA Earth science missions will be launched into space in the same year, opening new and improved remote eyes to… Read more »

US Navy predicts summer ice free Arctic by 2016

US Navy predicts summer ice free Arctic by 2016

  An ongoing US Department of Energy-backed research project led by a US Navy scientist predicts that the Arctic could lose its summer sea ice cover as early as 2016 – 84 years… Read more »

Baby Dino Fossil: So Intact It’s Lifelike

Baby Dino Fossil: So Intact It’s Lifelike

  It may be bony looking, but a newly unearthed fossil of a baby dinosaur is so complete that it appears to hop out of the rock in which it… Read more »

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