Trees in forests have an underground communication and interaction system driven by fungal networks. “Mother trees” pass on information for best growth patterns and can divert nutrients to trees in need, and they are more likely to pass them on to trees of their own species.
In this photograph, what appears to be an aerial view of volcanic eruptions is actually Finnish Lapland trees covered in snow
Photo: Niccolo Bonfadini/telegraph.co.uk
The Creeping Devil is a rare species of cactus that is not only capable of cloning itself to survive, but also of detaching from its major shoot to move through the desert over time.
Photo : Pamela J. Eisenberg / Flickr
Nature taking over an abandoned ship in Australia.
From July to September 2001, heavy downpours of red-coloured rain fell sporadically on the state of Kerala, India.
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This flying Saucer-shaped cloud is known as Lenticular cloud. Because of their shape, these clouds have been mistakenly identified as UFOs in the past.
There is a natural rock formation off the coast of Iceland that looks like a giant elephant.
Being inside all the time can give you a dead, flat feeling. However, being out in nature can make you feel more alive.
A species of worm in the north-east Atlantic has been observed farming. They plant grass seeds in their burrows and feed on the sprouts when they start growing.
Photo : Jim van Belzen/newscientist
Superabundance is the belief, that no matter how many natural resources humanity uses, the planet will continuously replenish the supply. This, actually is the myth.