Geography

  • Geography

Africa’s Great Green Wall is Taking Root as the Next Wonder of the World

African nations are planting a continent-crossing Great Green Wall made entirely of vegetation and providing…

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The Indian Man Who Planted a Forest to Save an Island

Part conservation effort, part labor of love, Jadav Payeng has single-handedly reforested a small inland…

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10 Disturbing Facts You Never Wanted To Know About Animals

Nature can be beautiful, but sometimes if you take a moment to scratch just below…

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10 Extreme Places Where Life Can Be Found

It's astounding what life will do to adapt and survive, no matter the environmental extremes…

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This Is The World’s Deepest Hole

The Russians dug a nine-inch diameter hole 7.5 miles under the ground just to see…

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No One Can Stop This American Town From Burning

An accidental fire in an underground coal mine has been burning since 1962, forcing residents…

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The U.S. and Mexico Billion-Dollar Border Wall

Regardless of your political beliefs or your thoughts on the current U.S. administration's plans for…

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China’s Economic Masterplan That Could Lead to a New World Order

China has its eyes on a very big economic prize and it's dangling the proverbial…

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Man Lost in Amazon Survives—Thanks to Monkeys

Lost tourist says monkeys dropped fruit, led him to shelter during nine days in the…

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Life on Earth Without the Sun: What Would Happen?

Imagine yourself waking up one morning at the crack of 10 a.m., pulling back the…

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Drones Sacrificed to Capture Lava Lake at Ambrym Volcano

Drones capture high-definition images of the spectacular yet dangerous Marum Crater of Ambrym in Vanuatu.

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10 of the World’s Most Remote Inhabited Islands

These are the islands in our dreams. The dots on our globe that we know…

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How Artificial Reefs Are Saving Miami’s Ecosystems

While Miami certainly faces its challenges, there are a few things they are doing mostly…

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The Great Flooding of the Black Sea

This story starts with a tale of global warming. In times of antiquity—specifically during the…

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Why Canada Keeps Leaving Bottles of Whiskey on a Remote Island

There’s a tiny little island waaaay up north, between Canada and Greenland that’s creating a…

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  • Nature

1816: The Year Without Summer

In 1815, Indonesia’s Mount Tambora blew its top and threw shade at the people of…

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  • Nature

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Antarctica

Antarctica has mystified adventurers, wreaked havoc on sailers, been the subject of many territorial disputes…

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  • Places

Port Royal: The Sunken Pirate City in Jamaica

The greatest pirate story ever told won’t be launching later this year with the next…

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  • Places

The Birth of Africa’s Brand New Ocean Can Be Witnessed Right Now

Politics and country borders change all the time, but the actual physical layout of the…

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  • Nature

The Christmas Island Miracle: The Migration of the Bright Red Crab

Travellers to Christmas Island, near Australia, might confront massive roadblocks and traffic congestion during their…

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15 Alien Places on Planet Earth

It’s not written in stone (be it the glow-in-the-dark variety or otherwise) that an earthly…

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  • Nature

Manhattanhenge Is New York City’s Very Own Solstice

Manhattanhenge. Even if you don’t know what it’s the namesake of, it’s still an impressive…

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Ticking Time Bomb: The Most Dangerous City in the World

The million or so residents of Goma, a city located in the eastern part of…