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  • Singapore mourns Inuka, the world's only 'tropical polar bear'
  • Singapore mourns Inuka, the world's only

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    The only polar bear ever born in the tropics has died in Singapore of age-related ailments.
    "We have jointly made the difficult but nece

  • Unwind in Nature's Lap at 6 Most Peaceful Places in the World
  • Unwind in Nature's Lap at 6 Most Peaceful Places

    • 8 months   ago
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    Let's face it, as we start to grow up; we become more tired of the world and the nuisance around us. Sometimes the noise and distraction gets too much in our head that it becomes difficult to focus on what's necessary and right. Often, in

  • LPS Corals: Major Things To Know For Beginners
  • LPS Corals: Major Things To Know For Beginners

    • 8 months   ago
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    Being a beginner, to set an aquarium, you should first decide what type of setup you want? Do you want to fish only aquarium or fish with live rock, reef, lagoon, corals? If you are not sure what type of saltwater aquarium you want, you should g

  • On World Sparrow Day, Everyone Has The Same Question - Where Have All The Birds Gone?
  • On World Sparrow Day, Everyone Has The Same

    • 8 months   ago
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    Once they were all over the cities. shops, houses, tree tops and wherever one looked, there were sparrows. But over the past few years they have gone, to the point that it has become impossible to see the chirpy birds in urban areas.

  • 5 Beautiful Ice And Snow Formations That Look Like Art
  • 5 Beautiful Ice And Snow Formations That Look

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    1. Frozen Bubbles
    Ice can be damaging or deadly, but it can also inadvertently create some of the most beautiful and fascinating winter sights. The formation of ice is subject to a million different vari

  • The Most Beautiful But Deadly Crystals On The Planet
  • The Most Beautiful But Deadly Crystals On The

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    The immense variety of rocks and minerals found on our planet is stifling. Intricate geological processes have been in play ever since the Earth’s formation over four billion years ago, forging the plethora of natural elements that the

  • The Five Places That Stole My Heart in 2017
  • The Five Places That Stole My Heart in 2017

    • 10 months   ago
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    My travel tally for 2017 went something like this: No less than 16 trips, 12 countries, 24 destinations, 57 hotels, and roughly 90,000 miles.
    Many people can beat those numbers (maybe you’re one of them), but as someone

  • Drag Race: Formula E Car vs Cheetah
  • Drag Race: Formula E Car vs Cheetah

    • 12 months   ago
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    What happens when a Formula E car and one of nature's fastest animals go head-to-head? Watch our car race against a cheetah in a coming-together of one of the animals most at threat of climate change, and a machine designed to help in that

  • Vet Opens Up Her Shirt Pocket, Then Tiny Bush Baby’s Furry Hand Pops Out
  • Vet Opens Up Her Shirt Pocket, Then Tiny Bush

    • 2 years   ago
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    Take your hand and dig deep into your pocket. What do you find? I’ll have you know that I plucked out some candy that I snuck into the movie theater, but that’s nowhere near as exciting as the contents of this vet’s shirt

  • ANACONDA: Biggest Killer Snake | Nature | Blog | Qatar Day
  • ANACONDA: Biggest Killer Snake

    • 2 years   ago
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    Few snakes are feared more and understood less than the Anaconda. The film shows the journey into remote and uncharted parts of the Amazon rainforest to .