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India’s Amazing Living Root Bridges

Did you know that for generations, India has been using a system of living root bridges created by weaving tree roots together? These living root bridges...

Kuranda: a Village in the Australian Rainforest

Situated in the Australian rainforest, I was lucky enough to live in Kuranda for over 2 years. Personally, I feel the above title understates...

Why Trees Probably Have All the Answers

When you ask yourself what trees are, what your relationship with them is, and how we impact each other, it is amazing to realize...

Man Captures Rare Jellyfish Sprite Lightning

When thinking of lightning, most people would come up with images of white, thin strips of light snaking through the sky. However, this is...

Clouds That Resemble Ocean Waves

Cloud formations can sometimes share a resemblance to some objects in the world. Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds are one such type of cloud — they look...

Three Things to Know About the Asian Paradise Flycatcher

Asian Paradise Flycatcher is a species of birds that is native to India, Asia, and Central Asia. Scientists have identified around 14 subspecies of...

‘My Octopus Teacher’ Reminds Us About the Beauty of Nature

My Octopus Teacher is a documentary made by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed. It showcases the friendship between filmmaker Craig Foster and an octopus...

Art Lover: Forest Sculpture Collecting Rainwater

Award-winning artist John Grade creates artwork inspired by the transience of nature to produce 3D site-specific sculptures. Grade is motivated by changes taking place...

Fascinating Nature: Into the World of Chinese Moon Moths

The Chinese moon moth, scientifically known as Actias dubernardi, is a species largely seen in southern China. These insects were first described in 1897...

Visiting Taiwan? This Hiking Trail Is a Must See!

There is a hiking trail in Taiwan with such beautiful vistas that tourists say it’s an adventure you simply must take in your life....

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