In the early 2000s, famed Brasilian photographer Sebastião Salgado and his wife Lélia decided to rebuild their deserted piece of land of 600 hectares in Aimorés, Brazil. They planted more than 2 million tree saplings in 18 years.
And the result is amazing!They created a new forest, and now, the site has 293 plant species, 172 bird species and 33 animal species, some of which were on the verge of extinction.
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When we are getting bombed by millions of pictures detailing the beauty of every corner of the world, it becomes tricky to pick one out of it. When every tourist site appeals to us due to the swarms of people crowding them, we all want to find out the list of places that are truly worth the wait. Those who have traveled around the world can best guide you to find your favorite spot based on your interests.
Travel and tourism should connect your soul to the natural beauty around the world. No matter how many choices are available out there, the peace that a nature studded place brings to your heart is irreplaceable. If you are a true Nature Lover, you will find your next favorite spots here.
If you have already seen the Seven Wonders of the World, you must be seeking your next best tourist spot. We have consulted different tourism enthusiasts and came up with 8 most popular tourist attractions that you MUST visit to add to your travel diary.
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Rainforests are the oldest living ecosystems and without a shadow of a doubt, the most vital habitats on Earth. They cover only 6% of the Earth’s surface but yet they contain more than half of the world’s plant and animal species. According to the current estimates, around 40% to 75% of all biotic species are indigenous Notes 1 to the rainforests.
What’s more, there are probably millions of species of plants, insects, and microorganisms still undiscovered in tropical rainforests. They are responsible for 28% of the world’s oxygen turnover. More than 20% of the world’s oxygen is produced in the Amazon Rainforest only, that’s why it has been described as the “lungs of our planet”.
Unfortunately, rainforests are rapidly disappearing due to deforestation. The loss is huge, and probably hundreds or even thousands of undiscovered species going extinct every single day. We are losing them forever.
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The Earth is always changing. “The only thing that is constant is change“, as Heraclitus (c. 535 – c. 475 BC) the pre-Socratic Greek philosopher once said. Unfortunately, things do not always happen the way we would have wanted. Here are 10 recently lost natural wonders that have been disappeared in recent centuries or even decades.
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