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No, This Isn’t An Alien Invasion – Discover The Strange Phenomenon Of Lenticular Clouds

Have you ever looked up at the sky, saw clouds that look like alien spaceships, and wonder if we're being invaded by...

Saving The Turtles: Europe’s Largest Illegal Farm Closed

Turtles are one of the oldest reptilian groups with millions of evolutionary years under its shell. The order of the turtle splits into...

Beautiful and Dangerous: Flammable Ice Bubbles Explained

Ever wonder how the breathtaking white bubbles in some of the world's most iconic frozen lakes came about?  These...

The Pink Lake: Where Lake Hillier Gets It’s Strange Color From

We all know Australia is one of the most ecologically diverse and strange places on our planet. The isolated continent has given...

These Sharks Can Walk on Land

The oceans of the world have been home to the planet's shark population for millions of years. For the most part, shark...

Did You Know Chickens Are The Closest Living Relatives To The T-Rex?!

Scientists have been able to identify the closest living relative to the mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex that once caused fear while roaming the...

Rocks That Move On Their Own? The Mystery Of The Sailing Stones Of Death Valley

Racetrack Playa is one of the most mysterious features of Death Valley National Park. The sailing stones move across the desert landscaping...

Why We Should Stop the Demand for Exotic Pets

The demand for exotic pets drives invasive species, environmental destruction, and the emergence of new pathogens. We should end it now for a safer,...

12 Things You Don’t Know About Water Scarcity

For centuries, humans have disrupted Earth's water cycle. Rapid urbanization has increased the world's water demand and consumption, leading to water scarcity. It's time...

What is a Pink Moon and Where Did It Get Its Name

Is the Pink Moon actually pink? Our nearest cosmic neighbour, the Moon, has lit the night sky for billions of years. Civilizations throughout history...

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D-Day: we've all learned about it from our history books and some of our older relatives have even experienced it. It was...

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