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nezaradene-en Archive

17 aug 2019

Bird Diving for Fish Caught on Whale Shark

Cormorants always feed by diving for fish, but no one had ever seen the bird go for a fish stuck to a whale shark. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 aug 2019

Astronomers probably just saw a black hole swallow a dead star

Ripples in the fabric of spacetime reveal what may be a first-of-its-kind cosmic collision. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 aug 2019

Timeline Photos

"I've seen many shots taken from this spot before," writes Your Shot photographer Jiawei Lai of this view in Mt. Rainier National Park. "But seeing it myself is a totally different experience on a chilly morning."
16 aug 2019

Greenland is not for sale

“We’re open for business, not for sale.” Officials react to news that the U.S president wants to purchase the world’s largest island. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 aug 2019

Why Japan stopped some of its controversial whale hunts

Earlier this year, Japan announced that it had abandoned its sei whale hunts on the high seas to comply with the global wildlife trade treaty, CITES. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 aug 2019

How one Amazon community is trying to move on from illegal wildlife tourism

Puerto Alegría, Peru, was notorious for illegal wild animal encounters. Today, the community has hope that a shift towards ethical tourism will still draw visitors. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 aug 2019

Timeline Photos

By the middle of this century, scientists say rising temperatures could strip away the Arctic’s fortress-like ice each summer. In addition to potentially speeding up climate change, the impact will reach people and animals, unlock resources, and
15 aug 2019

Napoleon lost the Battle of Waterloo—here’s what went wrong

Napoleon Bonaparte—born on this day in 1769—stormed across Europe in the early 1800s swallowing up territory. Here's how his last stand went wrong. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 aug 2019

‘Snow droughts’ are coming for the American West

One bad snow year can wreak havoc on water systems across the western U.S. More than two is territory scientists are just beginning to understand. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 aug 2019

The Nasca Lines Are One of Peru’s Mysteries

The Nasca lines—subject of mystery for over 80 years—crisscross Peru's desert in geometric designs and distinct shapes. How were they formed? (Feed generated with FetchRSS)