The Oldest High-Altitude Settlement in the World Scientists have recently discovered the highest altitude human shelter yet found. Researchers have found two rock shelters and traces of human habitation more than 14,300 feet above sea level that date back over 12,000 years – evidence of the highest-altitude Stone Age settlement in the world. To read […]
The lands of the Kayapo are in a lawless part of southeastern Brazil known as the Xingu region. Their lands are undergoing a transformation into a huge island of rainforest within a sea of deforestation. To fight of further threats to their land and culture, some native tribes have staged protests, pressured the government, and […]
Bloomberg News reported on October 21 that Sao Paolo the most populous city in Brazil is suffering from a water shortage. The reservoir has been reported to be operating at only 3-5% capacity. Citizens are experiencing dry taps for 24 hours or more. This is a clear example of how global warming is having an […]
Starfish are losing arms, developing white lesions and disintegrating into piles of goo. Last summer, divers and scientists began reporting the fatal “melting” events up and down North America’s coasts—from British Columbia to southern California in the Pacific, and from New Jersey to Maine in the Atlantic. Though nobody knows what’s causing these die-offs, the plague does […]
By adding a second level in part of the apartment, Architects made a modest efficiency apartment feel like a complete home Read more Here Photo Source
Rather than seen as trash, plastic bottles are now being viewed as a cheap and sustainable way to light homes. Read more Here Photo Source
This final segment of the film discusses effective methods and effort required for controlling wild pig populations.
This segment addresses wild pig damage and the threat they pose to natural resources, agriculture, and public health. In addition, this segment discusses the negative economic impacts of wild pigs.
This is a 3-part series from the Mississippi State University Extension Service about the Feral Swine Pandemic in the U.S. This segment looks at the historical introductions of pigs to North America and discusses their biological and behavioral traits. In addition, the segment discusses the factors behind the current distribution of wild pigs in the […]
The villages of Banff and Macduff on the northeast coast of Scotland were given a great show of the Aurora on 27th February 2014.