On the September 5th, 2013, a team of marine geologists lead by professor William Sager discovered the largest volcano on Earth – Tamu Massif which is now inactive. Its name is an abbreviation of Texas A&M Universtiy, where Sager was previously working. It is located about 2 km (6.500 ft) deep in the Pacific
Sometimes trees grow in unusual shapes, sometimes these shapes are surprisingly similar to us, humans. Folklore from different cultures often mention talking trees such as ents from Tolkien’s works that interact with humans. It is very possible that stories of anthropomorphic trees were inspired by real trees that are similar to humans by appearance.
Sea snakes inhabit the warm tropical waters of the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean. these animals that have evolved from terrestrial ancestors, and during their adaptation to aquatic lifestyle, almost all species have lost their ability to move on land. However, unlike fish they don’t have gills and have to surface to breathe.
There is a spectacular cave that is located just below Rocky Mountains. It is safe to say that this cave is not a small one, as it is 140 meter deep. Breathtaking icy chasm provides a unique experience indeed. When you are navigating across the glacial floor, it looks as if you are flying. It
What can we say about river canyons? They surely present us the undeniable proof that nothing can beat rivers when it comes to brute strength. It might take ages, but the rivers will always come on top. Today we will pay our tribute to some of those mind blowing wonders of nature. Tara River Canyon
Did you honestly believe that carnivorous plants are things of the fiction that are made in Hollywood? In reality, they are much more interesting than any horror movie can ever be. Every living thing has to adapt to its surroundings. These plants are not an exception either. In places where soil is deficient in nutrients,
When the terms “sex” “mating” or “copulation” are mentioned, those various images and thoughts that flash through our minds are often pleasant and exciting. Unfortunately, for one animal the word ‘pleasant’ is definitely not the case, and in fact the poor female experiences the most traumatic insemination known. The ill-fated victim is the common bedbug
Racetrack Playa is a dried out lake bed located 3,608 ft above sea level in Death Valley National Park, California. The playa is known as after the “racetracks” left by stones that strangely skid across its surface. credit: Rebecca Jackrel The Racetrack is mainly covered with hexagonal saucers of dried mud, left after a
Who doesnt like rivers? Well maybe someone doesnt , but we sure do We have compiled for you short list of 5 most beautiful rivers around the world .If yo have suggestion you can write as in comments or contact us here greenbuzzz.net/contact-us/ 1.Cano Cristales River – River Of Rainbow, Northern Colombia Cano Cristales River
While it is difficult to class rivers and lakes across the world when it comes to THE worst, there are several that stand out in the crowd. Pollutants including industrial waste, sewage runoff, overpopulation and farming discharges all make for a serious toxic brew. When you consider the fact that many of these important rivers
Today, the term “eco village” is tossed around a lot. And whether good or bad, the meaning is far-reaching. image credits Dyssekilde describes eco village as 74 sustainably developed remarkably unique homes and apartment buildings that vary from hobbit style straw bale to high design. This location also includes seven wind turbines, a honestly
World Resources Institute has created an excellent short video that explains what are coral reefs , and precisely why they’re so important, and the dangers we’re posing to their health. Image Source: USFWS Pacific It’s a amazing introduction towards the variety of issues facing coral reefs and also the range of solutions we have
The Earth is exciting as it is and our beautiful planet still has a few surprises in store for us. Truly amazing things can be found outside our concrete walls. Did you ever wish to know a thing or two about the tallest tree in the world? Where can it be found and exactly how