By Jack Guy, CNN (CNN) Highly venomous olive sea snakes may “attack” scuba divers as part of misplaced courtship behaviors, according to a new study.Divers regularly report sea snake interactions involving chasing and biting, the reasons for which were previously unclear.Now a study published in journal the Scientific Reports suggests that male sea snakes may think divers are potential rivals or […]
As invasive pythons choke the life out of South Florida, it’s down to a loose-knit group of thrill-seeking bounty hunters to get rid of them BY ALLIE CONTI The following is an excerpt from a new story in the Danger Issue, the summer digital edition of Field & Stream. Anne Gorden-Vega notices a yellowish glint in the […]
by CAMERON SUMMERSON It’s that time of year again: time for a new A-series Pixel phone. All the A-series phones have been great up to this point, and Google made some truly meaningful upgrades in the 5a. It’s easily the best $450 phone you can buy right. Here’s What We Like Excellent value Killer battery life […]
‘It’s happening’: Ice worms emerge in Pacific Northwest glaciers By Monica Danielle, AccuWeather senior producer “It’s happening,” scientist Scott Hotaling told a reporter for OPB as he gestured across Paradise Glacier high up on Mount Rainier in Washington. He was referencing hundreds of thousands of tiny, black worms emerging from a vast expanse of white snow. Ice worms were […]
by Jennifer Hahn Tubular holiday home cantilevers over hill in Russian art park Moscow’s chief architect Sergey Kuznetsov has completed a pipe-shaped cabin, constructed like the hull of a ship and balanced on the edge of a slope in Russia’s Nikola-Lenivets Art Park. The holiday home was conceived for the annual Archstoyanie festival, known as Russia’s Burning Man, and will remain in […]
In this episode I am riding from Vanrhynsdorp, to a small town called Kleinsee, along the west coast of South Africa. To reach Kleinsee, I cut straight through the Namaqua National Park, and well… it blew my mind!!
Seeing double: 15 sets of twins to start school in one council area Douglas Barrie, PA Scotland Schools in an area of Scotland are preparing once again to welcome an unusually large number of twins to primary one classes next week. Inverclyde has 15 sets of siblings beginning school next Wednesday – the second highest […]
by Itchy Boots Slowly Savannah and I are clocking away thousands of kilometers in South Africa. After 7 weeks, we have reached our 5.000km milestone. During my Asian and South American adventures, I would ride about 5000km each month, but a Honda CRF250L is not made to churn out 700 kilometers a day. That is […]