(Jade Small) Every year, a hard-working crew makes sure the garden looks perfect, including this year!
(Elias Marat) As India’s 1.3 billion residents face strict lockdown measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the South Asian country has witnessed a return of nature to many locations—including a massive influx of flamingos into the nation’s largest city.
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“Gifted a small piece to another co-worker and she said her son was able to concentrate better with his school work.” “One co-worker told me that she thought she had ‘something’ (ghostly perhaps) in her attic. After bringing a couple of pieces into the house it stopped.” “At my old apartment complex I had a younger guy (20s) tell me that one of the pieces he found that I left lying around the area relieved his intense anger.”
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(Elias Marat) “It’s just amazing. It’s one of those things, once you see it, your mind is blown.”
(Jade Small) When flowers bloom in Japan, they do so seriously, beautifully and in abundance.
(Strange Sounds) 200 ducks in Denmark, hundreds of herons in Turkey, thousands of swallows and swifts in Greece, 1000 starlings in Rome… Birds literally fall dead from the sky, and nobody knows why.
(Jade Small) The only person surprised that the photos went viral and made the news was the photographer herself.
(Jade Small) Colorado landscape photographer Eric Gross seeks out the unique and often unseen wonders in nature.
(Jade Small) Every year around April to May and depending on the Spring temperatures, bluebells come into bloom in ancient forests, forming a magical carpet of purple beneath the trees.
(Carley Cessalla) It’s been nearly nine years since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, and the natural world has wasted no time in reclaiming its space.
(Isabelle Z.) Talk of a “catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems” is not hyperbole; that’s the exact terminology used in the first global scientific review of the world’s insect populations.
(Elias Marat) Helicopters are dropping thousands of pounds of food for animals starving to death amid Australia’s fires.
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(Adam Goldberg) For well over ten years now, a charitable effort that can be universally recognized as wholesome has been making headlines. As far back as 2008, the efforts of the Instituto Terra’s reforestation project to preserve and replenish the Atlantic rain forest of Brazil have been inspirational to all people who want to preserve the natural world.
(John Liberty) Creator of the online video game Fortnite, Tim Sweeney, has been captivating audiences for decades by developing intricate and interactive digital worlds for players. However, it is his work away from the screen that is currently grabbing attention from gamers and non-gamers alike.
(Edsel Cook) If you want your children to have smarter brains, sharper memories, and longer attention spans, raise them in a home with lots of greenery and plenty of physical activity. That’s because two Spanish studies discovered that nature and exercise exert strong influences upon brain development and mental health, reported a Waking Times article.