Nature is struggling with extinction of animal and plant species through all continents. The blame is mainly human factors causing the loss of natural habitats of fauna and flora. Biologists have reported unprecedented frog counts since the late 1970s....
Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has roots about 5000 years old and is still popular and on the rise in western countries. It uses all possible natural materials of plant and animal origin. Endangered animal species also apply to the...
Around 6 million tourists visit ancient temples annually. An elephant ride is a common practice and a popular tourist attraction to take tourists to the destination. Most working elephants are old and need to retire. The great excitement caused...
Researchers report that nearly 500 species of sharks are currently known. Most sharks find their prey through smell. A new pocket shark species, discovered in the Gulf of Mexico, goes in a different way on it - attracts prey...
During a two-day celebration in honor of the goddess of power Gadhimai, Hindus ritually kill thousands of animals. The slaughterhouse takes place in the city of Bariayarpur, in southern Nepal, where thousands of believers gathered. Despite endeavors to end the...
Giraffes are beautiful and unique animals belonging to the most important members of the animal kingdom in Africa. Unfortunately, the giraffe population is continuously decreasing and stopping this decline is unsuccessful. The giraffe population has decreased by up to...
Thousands of endangered species around the world are on the brink of extinction. And human beings are bio-diversity’s greatest enemy: we’re responsible for the endangered status of 99% of at-risk species, according to The Center for Biological Diversity. A handful...
While ruthless fires destroyed everything in their path, forests, bushes, houses, living creatures, some were fortunate enough to hide in the underground burrows created by Australian marsupials, wombats. Fires are not able to damage these underground ecosystems. Captured on Camera One...
Oceans infested with plastics are increasingly seen as an ecological disaster. During a two-year study in Indonesia, scientists found that giant manta and sharks consume dozens of pieces of plastic in an hour. Toxins have an impact on their...
Man and nature itself are responsible for the occurrence of invasive species in new habitats. The man began to spread them mainly thanks to the pet trade. Hurricanes are so powerful that they carry animals hundreds of miles from...
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