In Sochi National Park you can see the whole-leaved willow Hakuro Nishiki.
The geologist's dream is the Gros Morne National Park in Canada. This is one of the few places where you can step onto the Earth's mantle without digging an inch.
The main news on January 19 is devoted to paleontology and zoology. In Argentina, the largest dinosaur was found — this is the largest animal that walked on Earth. Ecuadorian frogs speak the language of dance. A protein has been created that cures paralysis, so far only in mice.
When an obese person really needs to lose weight, doctors sometimes perform a bypass gastric anastomosis operation, but this is a rather difficult and often unsafe procedure. However, the new implant, according to scientists, gives similar results with much less effort and risk.
A small town in Romania called Costesti is home to unusual geological formations — bulbous bulbous boulders called trovants. These stones have long intrigued locals with their organic shape and strange cement oozing from cracks, inspiring myths about the ability of stones to grow and move like living creatures.
The winners of the honorary Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award in 2020 have been named.
The astrophotographer showed the world what the night sky looks like because of SpaceX satellites, and expressed concerns about the development of astronomy and the further sustainability of ecosystems on Earth.
Getting a profession and working on a schedule, oddly enough, is the lot of not only humans, but also some animals. We talk about what classes cats have mastered at different times.
And this, it seems, is not the limit. Condors flap their wings only one percent of the flight time.
Facial blindness, a phenomenon that has puzzled scientists for many years, has finally received a deeper explanation.