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The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014

2014 Exhibition opens at the Royal Geographical Society, London 23 June – 4 July Launched in 2007 by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM), and sponsored by Atkins, one of the worlds leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, the exhibition is an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography

5 Most Dangerous Sharks in The World

5. Grey Reef Shark This specie was discovered by a Dutch ichthyologist Pieter Bleeker who first described the grey reef shark in 1856 as Carcharias (Prionodon) amblyrhynchos, in the scientific journal Natuurkundig Tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch-Indi?. Due to some misinterpretations of the grey reef sharks characteristics, Bleeker first named it Carcharias, but later on it was

10 Rarest Species You May Never Have Heard Of

Our Planet is full of wonders and rare species that make us wonder how wonderful and  mixed is nature .So we made list for 10 Rarest Species You May Never Have Heard Of. Enjoy and share if you like this article   1.Valais Blacknose Sheep                                                                                                         img source wiki The Valais Blacknose sheep are some

10 Amazing Mysteries of our Solar System

We’ve  found nearly 1,800 planets around other stars. It would be simple to think that we have got a pretty good handle on what’s around. Subsequently you figure out that there is a weird giant hexagon on Saturn, and you comprehend that we do not understand half of what’s going on with our closest neighbors.

7 Ancient and Forgotten Civilizations

We have learned in our history classes about ancient civilizations but there are some that we have forgotten and not often mentioned  . So we made article to make tribute to them. 7.Zapotec Civilization Photo credit: Rod Waddington While most people are familiar with the Maya of Mesoamerica and the Aztecs, the people called the

8 Amazing Man-Made Underwater Discoveries

It’s unbelievable what we have discovered buried in the depths of the ocean. Every shipwreck is exciting, but occasionally divers stumble across things with no business being near water in the very first place. From 19th century locomotives to historical cities that formerly resided just through legend, the ocean is an extensive treasure chest full

7 Archaeological Discoveries Because of Global Warming

The withdrawing ice is exposing long-hidden things–many with priceless historical value–that have now been well preserved by the ice for decades, or perhaps thousands of years. But after these things so are subjected to the elements and are released from their icy graves, they quickly disintegrate and vanish. Archaeologists and scientists around the globe are

The Heartwarming Story of an Imperfect Dog

Therapy Dog Dropout is Changing The World By Michelle Jansick She has a missing tooth and an occasional limp.  She doesn’t get along with every dog she meets, and sometimes she falls UP the stairs.  Chipper—a 5-year-old rescued mutt with golden fur and soft brown eyes—is far from perfect, but that hasn’t stopped her from

10 Ways You Can Help Wildlife

 Many wildlife areas are being destroyed, bringing many animal and plant species closer to extinction. The situation might seem discouraging, if we look at the ways how humans are harming wildlife. And, although, we might feel that we are a part of the problem, it doesn’t take much effort to be a part of the