There are thousands of secret structures, underground tunnels, temples and hidden paths in one of most visited and interesting place in Peru – The Sacred Valley. They still remain untouched and somehow resist of the vast amount of tourist crossing it every day. The Valley is also called Urubamba Valley because of the great river ofUrubamba. It is situated over the mountains North from Cuzco in the heart of the Inca’s Empire, and it connects Continue reading “Peruvian Mysteries #1 The Head of The Inca”
What researchers at UC Davis discovered when capturing bees with high-speed video to examine their flight patterns and behaviors. Further research details the existence of the protein Reslin located at the joints of wing segments, which allow bee
The exhibition show works of local photographers and artists who have captured incredible images from Barcelona Beaches.
The collection focuses on Barcelona, revealing the hidden corners Continue reading “Surf-Art Exhibition Barcelona 2016 6th of April”
A fleet of six ships has been illegally fishing using driftnets in the Indian Ocean. Sea Shepherd is chasing after them because no one else is. Continue reading Sea Shepherd hunts illegal fishing boats
Tenerife is the largest and most populous island of the seven Canary Islands.Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the island and the seat of the island council. The city is capital of the autonomous community of Canary Islands (shared with Las Palmas), sharing governmental institutions such as Presidency and ministries. Between the 1833 territorial division of Spain Continue reading “Weekend in Tenerife”
It’s bad enough to be on the sea during a storm, with the ship rocking in the high winds and rolling with the tempest-tossed waves. But it could always be worse. Rogue waves are twice as large as the surrounding waves, which in stormy seas can be absolutely massive. Seafarers have reported waves like this over 110 feet tall, large enough to swamp a ship.
Rogue waves are unpredictable, coming seemingly out of nowhere. Until now, the only warnings that a Continue reading “Rogue waves Prediction?”
Now in its second year, the Survival photography competition once again showcases the extraordinary beauty and diversity of tribal peoples from around the world. Open to amateur and professional photographers alike, the competition celebrates the power of photography as a means of raising awareness about tribal peoples, their lives and their lands. Continue reading ““We, the People” 2016 Calendar from Survival International”
Survival International today announced the winner of the Racist of the Year Award 2015 as Fernando Furtado, a deputy in the Brazilian state of Maranhao. Furtado, of the Communist Party of Brazil, was given the award for comments he Continue reading “Racist of the Year Award winner announced by Survival International”
World leaders are congratulating themselves on a set of promises they will never be able to keep without taking on the immense power of the fossil fuel industry
Natalia Molchanova was diving without fins to a planned depth of 35 metres (115ft) near La Savina port on Formentera, a small island that Continue reading “Hero of the month 3-Natalia Molchanova stayed in sea forever”
210 liters of gasoline
and all the local food and drinks we consumed.
Pamplona, Iruni, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Santander, Gijon, Santiago de Campostela, A Coruna, Vigo, Salamanka and Valladolid Continue reading “Weekend in North Spain”
“Sustainability” means a lot of different things—for seafood there is no unifying definition. Sustainable seafood means that the population of the species is healthy, well managed and farmed or caught in an environmentally friendly way.
And they can promise that: