The increasing salinity of the Salton Sea has killed off millions of fish, their bones wash up on shore and make beaches. There is no sand in these pictures, just bones.
This surreal short video made by Gentleman Scholar for Whales and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is so striking, you have to see it.
Plants may be more intelligent than you and I!
The record-breaking chill across the U.S. and Canada freezes Niagara Fall.
From June to November 1969 the American Falls were dewatered. This action cut back the normal flow of 60,000 gallons a second to almost nothing. Most of the diverted water was either sent over the Horseshoe Falls or diverted to the Robert Moses generating plant’s upriver intakes. The action enabled Canadian and US power companies and the US Army Corps of Engineers to do on-the-spot inspections and aerial photographs of the river bed’s rock formation. This was all part of a plan to reduce erosion to the Falls and it offered a view of the falls that no one will likely see again.
These majestic caves aren’t part of some fairy-tale world or horror movie – they can be found in some of the world’s most remote places in Asia, North America and Europe.