Bright And Beautiful: The Types Of Macaws Living In The World Today
Macaws are long-tailed and colorful parrots of the New World. Most of the species of macaws are threatened due to climate...
The Sixteen Species Of Old World Vultures Living Today
Sixteen species of Old World Vultures live in the continents of Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Amazing Natural Phenomena: The Great Salmon Run
The salmon run refers to the mass migration of salmon from the oceans to the upper reaches of rivers for spawning purposes.
What Is That Mysterious Hum?
In areas around the world, a mysterious hum phenomenon has been reported, although the source of the mysterious noise is not always known.
World's Largest Industrial Areas
An industrial area is planned for the purpose of industrial development which often consists of heavy industry, and is typically located on a city's...
The Seven Species Of New World Vultures
The New World Vultures, also known as the condor family, are scavengers who live in the warm, temperate areas of the Americas.
Who Is An Environmental Migrant?
With global warming and climate change intensifying, the number of climate change refugees is expected to increase in the coming years.
Amazing Natural Phenomena: The Great Migration Of Serengeti
The Serengeti of Africa is witness to the largest mammalian migration in the world, an enthralling natural phenomenon.
What Is An Umbrella Species?
When an umbrella species is protected in the wild, many other species of the same habitat come under the umbrella of protection, too.
National Parks In Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania is the smallest state in Australia and has 584 pieces of both privately and publicly owned reserve land.
How Many Types Of Penguins Live In The World Today?
Penguins are flightless, aquatic birds that live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Eruption of Mount St. Helens
The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington State, USA, was the most destructive volcanic eruption ever recorded in the United States.
What Is A Keystone Species?
Keystone species, though relatively fewer in number, play a vital role in maintaining the integrity of an ecosystem.
What Is A Flagship Species?
A flagship species is a species whose profile is raised to leverage more support for biodiversity conservation.
Worst Floods Recorded Since 1900
The flood of the Yangtze and Huai Rivers in China was responsible for millions of casualties, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters of all...
How Did Kudzu Make It to the United States?
Kudzu is an invasive, slightly herbicide-resistant species within the United States, particularly within the Southern regions.
Deadliest Tsunamis since 1900
A tsunami is a significant series of waves in a water body caused by the displacement of a large volume of water in an ocean.
Ecoregions With The Highest Percentage Of Endemic Plants
Here is a list of ecoregions rich in plants that are exclusively found in these ecoregions such as the Hawaiian tropical region.
What is a Wildlife Crossing and Why Is It Important?
Wildlife crossings are built to prevent habitat fragmentation, which can severely diminish animal populations in certain areas.