Nature

March 31, 2017

Interview: Cancer Survivor Travels to Idyllic Iceland to Explore the Human Condition

In his captivating series, Understanding Human – Iceland, Philadelphia-based fine art photographer Kory Zuccarelli explores the essence of what it means to be human. Using atmospheric Iceland's lush landscape as his backdrop, Zuccarelli tells visual stories inspired by his own personal experiences and the obstacles he has faced. Each enchanting photograph features a model—sometimes, Zuccarelli himself—elegantly posing in wild nature.

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March 23, 2017

20+ Stunning Nature Tunnels That Are Like Walking Through a Fairy Tale

Nature has an incredible way of making us feel like we’re living in a fairy tale. Whether it’s cloaking the landscape in a blanket of fog or wowing us with a rainbow of colors, one thing is clear: the Earth is a magical place. And what better way to make believe that you’re living in a story book than with picturesque nature tunnels?

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March 16, 2017

Cheerios is Giving Away 100 Million Wildflower Seeds to Help Save the Bees

Did you know that bees are the only insects that produce food eaten by humans? In fact, bees pollinate crops that are responsible for 1 out of every 3 bites of food we eat. These are just some of the reasons we should be alarmed that the world's bee population is rapidly declining. Pesticide use, shrinking habitat, air pollution, and global warming are just some of the factors affecting bees. So what can you do?

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March 13, 2017

Tiny Succulents Grow as Adorable Rabbit-Shaped Plants in Japan

Succulents are a popular plant to keep in your home. They’re easy to care for and can be multiplied by propagating from parent stock. Although they've got these good-natured characteristics, rarely does this type of plant look objectively “cute.” The Monilaria obconica species, however, defies this convention and resembles a cute bunny rabbit once it begins to sprout. As the stalks grow, their bulbous green beads splinter into two separate leaves.

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