Narwhals: The Unicorn of the sea

    Narwhals are strange and beautiful creatures found in Arctic coastal waters and rivers. Narwhals with long tusks protruding from their…

    World’s Oldest Living Animal

    As time passes by, man’s lifespan reduces. From the days when the likes of Methuselah would live as many as…

    World’s Most Dangerous Drug

    All drugs, especially illegal and drugs used without a prescription, can be dangerous, but some are more dangerous than others.…

    Wild Elephant Behavior

    Elephants are magnificent creatures known for their power, beauty, and intellect. They are the an-ionic symbol of wildlife. An elephant’s brain…

    Why does the leaning tower of Pisa lean?

    The leaning tower of PISA has been standing tall for years. Yet, you start to feel like it’s going to…

    Young Woolly Rhino Perfectly Preserved

    The Weston Park Museum, UK has taken tourism to another level. A young woolly rhino has been perfectly preserved in…

    Koala’s Mating Call

    Koalas are nocturnal, meaning they sleep for the majority of the day. They are usually quiet and shy creatures. You’ll…

    6 Brain Damaging Habits you may want to Quit

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      World’s Best Street Food

      What is the world’s best street food? Eating street food is a terrific way to not only eat well on a backpacker’s budget but also allows you to interact with…
      20 September 2021

      World’s Worst Airline Disasters

      Airline transport is the safest mode of transport but has the least chances of survival in case of an accident. The world has experienced less airline disasters as airliners improve…
      19 September 2021

      Australia’s Deadliest Creatures

      Read all about Australia's most deadly creatures and where you can (or don't want to) find them.
      12 September 2021

      Amazing Ancient Roman Technology

      The Roman Aqueducts The Romans inherited the aqueduct idea from Egyptians and perfected it. Aqueducts are stones that utilize the force of gravity to carry away water. The idea was…
      11 September 2021

      Incredible Engineering Marvels

      The Palm Dubai, UAE The Palm is a group of islands located in Dubai. The three islands include Jumeirah, Jebel Ali, and Deira. Established in 2001, the islands are still…
      4 September 2021

      The Vampires of Venice

      In 2005, while uncovering mass plague graves, an unusual discovery was made on the Venetian island of Lazzaretto Nuovo. Matteo Borrini of the University of Florence in Italy found the skull…
      1 September 2021

      History of Prague through the Centuries

      Archaeological research and the oldest written sources show that the history of Prague city goes back to the foundation of Prague Castle in 880 AD. The mother of cities, Prague…
      28 August 2021

      Restoring the Ancient Angkor Wat

      Angkor Wat symbolises Cambodia’s cultural identity with some of the world’s most impressive artistic and archaeological sites. The temple city of Angkor in South-East Asia became a UNESCO World Heritage site in…
      28 August 2021

      Interesting Facts about Brazil

      Brazil is the largest country in South America, most of the Brazilian territory is located southern hemisphere, and a small part of its territory is located in the northern hemisphere.
      27 August 2021

      Green Megastructures

      Green Megastructures are becoming more of a necessity in the 21st century. Climate change, deforestation, and overpopulation are the most significant issues the world is facing. Climate change gave birth…
      20 August 2021

      Venice (The Beautiful Sinking City)

      Venice is easy to fall in love with. It’s one of the world’s most beautiful cities. There’s no denying why tourists from all over the world flock here in droves,…
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      India’s Taj Mahal

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        Narwhals: The Unicorn of the sea

        Narwhals are strange and beautiful creatures found in Arctic coastal waters and rivers. Narwhals with long tusks protruding from their heads are known as the unicorns of the sea. What…

        World’s Oldest Living Animal

        As time passes by, man’s lifespan reduces. From the days when the likes of Methuselah would live as many as a thousand years, to today when you can barely get…

        Wild Elephant Behavior

        Elephants are magnificent creatures known for their power, beauty, and intellect. They are the an-ionic symbol of wildlife. An elephant’s brain is three times the size of a human’s, with five…

        Young Woolly Rhino Perfectly Preserved

        The Weston Park Museum, UK has taken tourism to another level. A young woolly rhino has been perfectly preserved in the historical center in a manner like no other. According…

        Koala’s Mating Call

        Koalas are nocturnal, meaning they sleep for the majority of the day. They are usually quiet and shy creatures. You’ll be able to see these magnificent creatures in action during…

        The Japanese Macaque

        The Japanese Macaque is a medium-sized monkey found in a wide range of environments across Japan. The Japanese Macaque is also known as the Snow Monkey because it is commonly…

        The Smallest Reptile on Earth

        The world has many wonders of creation. Reptiles are a special group of animals that make up a significant percentage of kingdom Animalia. These reptiles have been created in different…

        What Happens When a Lion Pride is Taken Over

        The lion has various qualities that set it apart from the rest of the world’s wild predatory cats. One of the most notable distinctions is its social behavior. While some…

        Tiny Elephant Shrew Resurfaces After More Than 50 Years on Lost Species List

        For five decades, the Somali sengi had left the scene. Researchers and concerned parties concluded the species was extinct. But to their dismay, the tiny elephant shrew resurfaced after more…

        The World’s Smallest Reptile

        By publishing their study in the journal Scientific Reports on January 18, 2021, the German-Madagascan team of scientists officially welcomed the newest members of the reptile club. The multinational team…

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          India’s Taj Mahal

          The Taj Mahal is one of the most amazing buildings on Earth. Come and explore it with Geography Scout. Don’t wait. The time will never be just right! What we…

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