With a coat that changes color, based on the passage of the seasons, the Arctic fox, polar or isatis, is the only mammal native to Iceland that reached the circumpolar regions of the Arctic after moving over the frozen sea, at the end of the last glaciation.
The Mediterranean Sea is a peripheral space for France, considered the deepest of the earth, with an average depth of 1.460 m. and a maximum of 5.267 m. Its name comes from the Latin Mare medi terraneum (sea in the middle of land) and is divided in two main basins: eastern and western, connected by the Strait of Sicily.
At the end of 2018, the world smiled collectively at the news that the Mountain Gorilla population (Gorila beringei beringei) had increased above 1000 specimens. In 1978, there were only 285 individuals left.
The Puszta Great Plains is the ideal place to find authentic traditional Hungarian culture. Located in the east of Hungary—a country largely influenced by the changing flow of its rivers—it’s home to some white-tailed eagle specimens.
The legendary Danube River is more than just a body of water. It is the second largest river in Europe, spanning 2,850 km across ten countries.
The Caribbean is home to countless vestiges of the European conquest over the Americas, and however controversial the subject might be, we can’t deny that over the centuries, these historical sites have become places worth traveling all the way to their destination just to take a look at them.
Without a doubt, this mammal is one of the most adorable creatures found in eastern oceans. Their kind nature and gentleness garner instant sympathy from any human that is lucky to witness their beauty, and these creatures need human sympathy desperately.
There is an undeniable beauty to the islands of Okinawa, and a big part of this beauty has to do with its natural and marine diversity.
The saline lakes of the world are drying. For scientists and experts this is an alarming fact, and they are constantly working to come up with solutions to combat climate change and human intervention, which rapidly devastate the environment.
The Alborz and Zagros mountain ranges are home to the mighty Persian leopard, the largest and rarest of its kind. Smaller populations can be found in Afghanistan,Turkmenistan, Georgia, Turkey, and the Russian North Caucasus.