On June 30, the minute that separates 11:59 p.m. to midnight in Coordinated Universal Time or UTC, will be unusually 61 seconds longer instead of the usual 60 seconds. Reason: the rotation of the Earth is irregular. Our planet has … Continue reading The last minute of this month will be longer!
Dated to 16 million years, while the oldest known bat in New Zealand dates back to 17,500 years, this fossil has surprised paleontologists. The discovery increases knowledge about one of the only native mammals land of the archipelago which its semi-terrestrial feeding … Continue reading The giant bat that lurked in New Zealand. New Discovery
Touch the walls of the ancient caravan city of Petra. Rollover exceptional desert landscape of Wadi Rum. Get high on the ancient remains of the Roman theater and the Amman Citadel …, Jordan lives in great show. The proof in … Continue reading VIDEO: In Jordan, stunning images of the a Thousand years Heritage
The great wines of Etna along the Ionian Sea, the sublime ancient remains of the southern coast or the good objectives of the anti-mafia movement in Palermo … All good plans for tourists in Sicily, the large three seas Italian island. … Continue reading Sicily: The favorite of Italy’s vistors
Waste and pollution on the wild Danube Delta in Romania, on the beaches of Goa in India, and even on the heights of the Himalayas … More and more exceptional natural sites suffer from increased tourism. A particularly worrying trend … Continue reading Should we limit tourism to protect the environment?
Analysis of the jawbone of a man who lived about 40,000 years ago reveals the closest direct descendant of a Neanderthal who mated with a modern human. A modern human, who lived in what is now Romania between 37,000 and … Continue reading The great-great-grandson of a Neanderthal
Leave them in isolation or try to facilitate contact with them? This is the great dilemma about the latest indigenous communities living in the Amazon away from the rest of the world. How many and what number of individuals gathered … Continue reading Un-contacted tribes, Should we leave them isolated?
A huge basking shark of 3.5 tonnes and 20-foot (6.3-meter) long was captured off the coast of Portland in southern Australia. The huge fish was given to the museum of the city to conduct research on its presence in these … Continue reading A huge basking shark caught in Australia!
A new species of octopus very cute, which is straight out of a cartoon , will soon be listed by the researchers. The little pink animal is 18 centimeters in diameter , about the size of a human fist. It … Continue reading A mini octopus that seems a sort of Finding Nemo!
A British research in Mozambique suggests that sweet potato consumption limits the risk and duration of diarrhea in young children. Beta-carotene present in the tuber explain these effects. Diarrhea diseases are the second cause of death in children under five … Continue reading Sweet Potato would prevent the child’s Diarrhea