Nature

Tens Of Thousands Of Migrating Turtles Captured by Breathtaking Drone Footage

Ever seen 64,000 migrating turtles in one shot? Well, here’s your chance. The world’s largest green turtle rookery – an estimated 64,000 endangered green turtles – have been captured migrating off the coast of Raine Island, a 32-hectare vegetated coral cay situated on the outer edges of the Great Barrier Reef off north-eastern Australia. The breathtaking drone foota

A Thermometer Just Broke At -62°C (-80°F) In The World’s Coldest Village, And The Photos Are Breathtaking

Welcome to Oymyakon, a village where students are expected to attend class till temperatures reach minus -52°C (-62°F). The remote Siberian village is considered to be the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world, and it has just plummeted into a -62°C (-80°F) winter, making our daily complaints about the weather sound rather silly. We already introduced you this place when a p

50 Times People Found Something Amazing While Foraging And Just Had To Share In This Dedicated Online Group

Strolling under a canopy of leaves, inhaling the smell of trees and earth, and watching how forests and meadows flourish with life all teach you one undeniable truth — Mother Nature is a gift that keeps on giving. Basking in the great outdoors acts as a balm in anxious times, as spending just 20 minutes connecting with the greenery can help lower stress levels. But apart from its therapeutic

40 Photos With Humans For Scale To Show Just How Big Stuff Really Is, As Shared On This Twitter Page

If you’re tired of measuring everything in geese feet and kidney stones—that’s what the imperial system measures things with, right?—then there’s a new alternative to this, and that is humans. Yep, humans have become a new measuring scale for things, no matter big or small. You just need to make sure one such human is in frame of whatever colossal or minuscule thing that you are t

This Circular Island in Argentina Not Only Floats, But Also Rotates Constantly

And we don’t really know why. Image credit: Parque Nacional Ciervo de los Pantanos South America’s second longest river, the Paraná, which has a length of 4,880 kilometers, flows through three countries: Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. 4,880 kilometers is no short distance – it gives plenty of opportunities for discovering amazing things. In the case of the Paraná, one of

We All Know Rainbows But Have You Ever Seen a Moonbow – A Night Rainbow Lit By the Moon?

Also called lunar rainbows, moonbows differs from your average rainbow in that they are created by the shimmers of moon rays rather than the sun. A 10pm blood red night rainbow over Scotland! Image credit: Stefan Lee Goodwin A moonbow (also known as a moon rainbow or lunar rainbow) is a rainbow produced by moonlight instead of direct sunlight. Apart from the light source, its fo

Eternal Thunder: This Place in Venezuela Has the Highest Concentration of Lightning Strikes in the World

The saying “lightning never strikes the same place twice” obviously does not cover Venezuela’s Lake Maracaibo and the so-called Catatumbo strikes, which occur only in this part of the world. At 13,210 square kilometers (5,100 square miles) Lake Maracaibo was once South America’s largest lake and is also thought to be one of the oldest lakes on Earth. However, it was featured in the

The Reflection of this 19th Century Bridge Makes it Into a Perfect Stone Circle, Regardless Where You View it From

Also called the Devil’s Bridge, Rakotzbrücke in Germany looks like something from a fairy tale. The bridge and its reflection make up a perfect stone circle, regardless where you view it from. Image source: Rough Guides The name “Devil’s Bridge” is due to the fact that in 1860, when it was built, such structures were regarded so dangerous or miraculous that they must ha

Iceberg Alley: Where You Can Watch Enormous Icebergs Drift in Front of Your Window

Stretching from Arctic to the southeast coast of the island of Newfoundland, Iceberg Alley is the perfect spot for iceberg viewing – even from your kitchen window, while cooking the local staple ‘Jiggs dinner’. A 150 ft. Iceberg passing through Iceberg Alley near Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada. Photo: Doreen Dalley If you live in Canada’s Iceberg Alley, you will never be short of iceb

Colombia’s Largest Tree Is So Big in Diameter, It Has Grown Pillars to Support Its Branches

No, that’s not a little mountain, but a big tree. Image credit: Eréndira Rodríguez What’s the biggest tree in the world? General Sherman is certainly at the top of contenders, but then look at this. In the depths of Colombia’s Caribbean region, there is a tree some mistakenly call ‘The Tree of Guacarí’, which was another enormous tree in the same area, rath