Nature


May 19, 2022

Scientists in China Discover Lush Forest Growing in a 630-Foot Sinkhole

Imagine finding an opening in the landscape and rappelling down more than 600 feet to see a thriving forest with shrubs up to your shoulders. It sounds like something out of a fantasy movie, but that's exactly what recently happened to a group of Chinese speleologists. During a thrilling expedition in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the group explored a large sinkhole with multiple entrances.

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May 4, 2022

Meteorologist Takes Incredible Drone Footage of Devastating Kansas Tornado

In 2022, there have already been 472 confirmed tornados. Residents of Kansas are used to dealing with these vicious storms, but a recent twister in a Wichita suburb was one to remember. Storm chaser and extreme meteorologist Dr. Reed Timmer was on hand to give an unparalleled view of the tornado, which stayed on the ground for 21 minutes and traveled nearly 13 miles. His drone footage shows the impressive—and destructive—nature of the Andover tornado.

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April 5, 2022

Amazing Contest Highlights the World’s Best Storm Photography of the Year

Acclaimed storm photographer Mike Olbinski is passionate about his craft. And so he wanted to create a place for other storm photographers to show off their work and be rewarded at the same time. Thus, Storm Photos of the Year—affectionately known as The Stormys—was born. Now in its second year, the contest has just announced winners across three categories.

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