In today’s busy world where we spend less than 10 percentage of our time outdoors, we often forget how splendid nature truly is.There are so many wonderful places on Earth that deserve to be seen at least once by everybody. To celebrate the..
This Is One Of The Most Incredible Weather Videos I Have Ever Seen! From the opening sequence to the last frame, it’s magnificent! “Stormscapes 3,” the newest ultra-HD time-lapse weather video from Nicolaus Wegner, shows both the..
Sub-Saharan Africa was classified into four herbivory regimes, or ‘herbivomes’ based on analyses of the abundance and community composition of different herbivore functional types. These ecoregions support previously held views on the distinctiveness of forest,..
Numerous studies have demonstrated the benefits of contact with nature for human well-being. However, despite strong trends toward greater urbanization and declining green space, little is known about the social consequences of such contact. In..
Here is a forest along the Jau river, in Jau NP, one of the largest (2,272,000 hectares) protected areas in the Amazon, Amazonas, Brazil.Credit: Hans ter Steege More than half of all tree species in..
Scientists have long known that birds are feeling the heat due to climate change. However, a new study of a dozen affected species in the Western Cape suggests their decline is more complex than previously..
Beckie Bone Dunning was visiting the Jamaican port town of Ocho Rios when she captured the amazing sight on camera. “I looked up and saw this,” she wrote on The Weather Channel’s Facebook page, “never seen it before in..
Here’s what happens when you make a soap bubble in freezing cold. Photographer Chris Ratzlaff captured it in the above video and a series of photos you can see on Facebook. To create the bubbles he..
Specialized insects such as the acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) seem to be the most sensitive to climate change in Europe, the study shows.Credit: Klaus Bek Nielsen A volunteer registration of insects for 18 consecutive years..
Research has found evidence that spending time in nature provides protections against a startling range of diseases, including depression, diabetes, obesity, ADHD, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and many more. How this exposure to green space leads..