Worlds most controversial fruit depends on giant bats for pollination

February 22, 2018

While we debate whether the durian is the best or bad food on countries around the world, it turns out this wonderful idiosyncrasy necessary health people of controlling fox for survival Radical Conservation While we debate whether the durian is the best or worst meat on the planet, it is about to change this wonderful idiosyncrasy necessitates health populations of running fox for survival Jeremy Hance Share on Google+ Share…

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Genius Company Installs Beehives In Your Living Room, And Heres How It Works

February 18, 2018

As “youre supposed to” know already, the bee population is in a consistent fall and has been for some time, with modern industrial cultivate methods and loss of habitat being identified causes. This is bad news for all of us, as bees do its most important undertaking of pollinating so many of the flowers that we rely on for food. In require to counter this, we have to come up…

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Poison pass: the man who became immune to snake venom

February 13, 2018

Rock singer Steve Ludwin has been injecting himself with snake venom for 30 years. In a strange twisting, his comical habit could now save thousands of lives. His former partner Britt Collins tells his outlandish story Snakes The Observer Rock singer Steve Ludwin has been injecting himself with serpent poison for 30 times. In a strange spin, his ludicrou habit could now save thousands of lives. His former partner Britt…

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How do you build a healthy city? Copenhagen reveals its secrets

February 12, 2018

The Danish capital grades high on the inventory of the worlds healthiest and happiest metropolis. With obesity and feeling on the increases worldwide, here are its readings for how to combat them culturally Environment The Danish capital grades high on the roster of the world’s healthiest and happiest metropolitans. With obesity and recession on the rise worldwide, here are its lessons for how to combat them culturally Sarah Boseley Share…

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First images of creatures from Antarctic depths revealed

February 12, 2018

Photographs of uncommon genus from unexplored area of Antarctic seabed highlight need to protect life in one of the most remote homes on the planet The likeness below are the firstly of souls found in a previously unexplored region of the Antarctic seabed offering a fascinating view of life in one of the more remote and pristine regions on countries around the world. Greenpeace. Now they are being transported back…

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‘Like thunder in the ground’: Texans fear link between quakes and fracking waste

January 7, 2018

Wastewater injection, a byproduct of fracking, is the likely culprit behind a rise of earthquakes in northern Texas and tenants want accountability An earthquake, Cathy Wallace says, feels like” a rumble – it’s like thunder in the ground coming towards your home like a teach and they are able to hear it and feel it coming “. Wallace is not based in California, or in any of the US’s well-known…

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My best winter photograph

December 29, 2017

A polar limousine, frost skyscrapers in China, a New York snowstorm, Sitting Bulls descendant at a pipeline protest, and a flying figure-skater top photographers pick their coolest shot ‘There are the most puppies than people’ Naoki Ishikawa Greenland. It was some time between 11 am and 2pm, during the few hours they had of daylight. Winter out there is essentially one long night. There were more bird-dogs than beings in…

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The year is 2037. This is what happens when the hurricane hits Miami

December 20, 2017

The climate is warming and the spray is rising. In his new book, Jeff Goodell argues that sea-level rise will reshape our world in ways we can only begin to imagine After the hurricane affected Miami in 2037, a foot of sand included the acclaimed bow-tie floor in the hallway of the Fontainebleau Hotel in The president, of course, said that Miami would be back, that Americans did not throw…

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Trump accused of breaking promises and ruining Scottish dunes

November 10, 2017

Ecologists expect Aberdeenshire sand dunes to forgot maintenance protection because of directors golf course The spectacular dunes habitat in Aberdeenshire relied upon by Donald Trump for his PS1bn golf resort is likely to lose its legal protection because his golf course has broken the website, conservationists say. Expert environmentalists, including information who backed the US president’s original a blueprint for the course of 10 years ago, repute the sand dunes…

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