Environment

Oil spill from Crimson Polaris reaches Japan coast

An oil spill from a wood shatter carrier Crimson Polaris, that rip in two after it ran shipwrecked at the…

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The forest fires in the west cooled, but the damage kept increasing

Indian Falls (USA), July 28 Two giant wildfires raging in the west of America have cooled somewhat as the weather…

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Sand storm in Utah, USA, 20 vehicles collided, seven people died

20 vehicles collided with each other due to a sand storm in Utah, America. At least seven people have died…

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Retirement home for cows in Germany, he does not need to breastfeed or work; Try to eat and drink comfortably

Like the story of a European country moving away from meat-dairy products A retirement home for cows has been set…

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A fire broke out in the Gulf of Mexico as a gas pipeline leaked in the Mediterranean

Firefighters were also needed to put out the fire in the Mediterranean After a five-hour struggle, the fire was brought…

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Record heat falls in Antarctica, the coldest region in the world

Heat in Antarctica breaks record so far, Antarctica is one of the coldest regions in the world The United Nations…

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The trend of keeping dangerous animals has increased in America, Britain, making videos with them and making money, even endangering lives

In the midst of the epidemic the youth found a new way of earning, gaining recognition as pet-tubers Usually people…

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Ecological impact: River dams in the northeastern U.S. evaluated

Boston (global-adventures.us): River dams can serve many functions, including power generation and flood control, and they have many ecological impacts…

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Google Earth: Ocean topography receives major update

Menlo Park (global-adventures.us): The ocean terrain displayed on Google Earth, a virtual globe originally created by Keyhole, Inc., received some…

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Atlantic Ocean: 12 volcanoes discovered

South Sandwich Islands (global-adventures.us): Volcanoes that rise up to 1.86 miles (3 kilometers) from the seafloor in the ocean around…

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