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Hot air balloons returned to the New Mexico skyline last week at the 49th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
This ‘surreal’ water feature in Dubai bathes guests in colourful water
The installation is combining the creativity of humankind with the power of nature.
Rare pink dolphins saved by high-tech fishermen in the Amazon
Scientists in the Amazon are enlisting local fishermen to help track the pink river dolphins that were once their prey.
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A traditional sweet stall in Seoul has seen a boom in sales of the ‘dalgona’ - the traditional Korean snack featured in the Netflix smash hit Squid Game.
Kelp forests: The resurgence of nature’s climate change mitigator
Scientists in California are using drones to document the resurgence of nature’s climate change mitigator - the kelp forest.
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Meet the 22-year-old who rowed across the Atlantic ocean alone
Jasmine Harrison rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, making her the youngest woman to ever complete a solo row across any ocean.
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Seven date palm trees have been grown from 2000-year-old seeds that were found in the Judean desert near Jerusalem.
Tourists return to the azure waters of Afghanistan's 'Grand Canyon'
Seven weeks after the Taliban seized power, tourism is returning to the so-called Grand Canyon of Afghanistan.
How these Nobel Prize winning scientists foresaw climate change
The Nobel Prize for physics has been split between 3 scientists working on the link between weather patterns and climate change.
Feeling stressed? Try a yoga session at the bottom of the sea
A hotel in Saint Lucia is offering underwater yoga classes to combat stress and promote healthy breathing for divers.
Watch as runners race down the world’s most notorious ski slope
The Descent is a 350 metre race down the world’s toughest ski slope in the beautiful Austrian Alps.
Forget Tinder! This is how humpback whales find love
A rare marine phenomenon - the humpback whale ‘heat run’ - has been captured on film by scientists in Australia.
Eua Island: The Tongan island tackling climate change
This project teaching Tongan islanders how to build their own canoes could help them adapt to the challenges of climate change.
The first ever Hollywood film museum opens in LA
A new film museum in Los Angeles is celebrating the history of the silver screen.
Birth of a rare Arabian leopard cub raises hopes of saving the species
Here’s where you can find the best baguette in Paris
An undocumented immigrant has claimed the title of best baguette in Paris.
The Roman city lost to the Libyan Civil War
A forgotten historical gem in Libya is the best kept Roman ruin outside of Italy.
After 40 years, these French trains are coming back to life
Which country makes the best wine in the world?
The Zuccardi Valle de Uco winery in Argentina has been selected as the best in the world for the third consecutive year.
Watch hot air balloons fly tourists to new heights in Tuscany
Bangkok’s taxi graveyard brought back to life with mini-gardens
A Thai taxi cooperative is turning its abandoned cabs into gardens in order to feed out-of-work drivers.
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Wildfires threaten some of the world's oldest living trees
The largest tree in the world, General Sherman in Sequoia National Park, California, was wrapped in an aluminium blanket to protect it from the flames.
La Palma eruption: Are volcanoes good or bad for climate change?
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