According to the IUSN Red List, more than 28,000 species are at risk of extinction. This is 27% of all species evaluated so far. Here is a list of several species that still survive in captivity but do not...
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...
Large protest action "Big rebellion for life" was held on 12th October. Extinction Rebellion took place at the Wenceslas square which was changed into a friendly space opened to meeting, art and creativity. An important part of Extinction Rebellion's...
Images from all over the world capture the Earth's landfill. Seas and oceans full of floating plastic waste, stranded and injured animals in fishing nets, or cetacean that has landfill instead of stomach. The superiority of man over all...
Modern medicine, combined with a change in lifestyle, habits and diet, has increased life expectancy by more than half. See a brief history of the evolution of medicine over the past 2400 years through the infographics below. ...
Progress often requires sacrifices. There are many brilliant inventors in history who have died because of progress. Let's look at the seven inventors who were killed by their own inventions. Credit: EyeCandy
Peter Atwood is a cartography fan and great artist and from Nova Scotia, Canada. He created a precious series of illuminated maps that will make you realize the number of nuclear tests around the world. Click on the pictures...
Have you ever heard of the “hostile architecture”? 8% of youth participating first experienced homelessness on their own before age of 13. 43% had wondered where they would sleep that night. Homelessness is a global problem, but instead of...
Every year, researchers discover hundreds of new insect species, dozens of amphibians, and occasionally new mammals. Let's look at least a small list of some interesting, unusual species that we certainly can't see every day. Myanmar Snubed-Nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus Strykeri) This...
Given the massive worldwide decline in pollinating insects, any idea that could support an increase in its population, especially bees, is welcome. The Dutch city of Utrecht came up with an original solution. The Netherlands is home to 358...
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