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…

    Powering the Titanic

    The Titanic’s construction began in 1909, and the ship sailed in 1912. She was the most technologically advanced ship in…

    Regrowing the Amazon forest is Having less Effect than expected

    Regrowing the world’s largest forest is proving to be counterproductive. The beautiful forest located in Brazil but extending to Peru…

    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.…

    Australia’s Deadliest Creatures

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

    How does the Hadron collider work?

    Most of the world’s nuclear research is conducted at CERN. The EU organization consists of 50% of the world’s particle…

    Worlds Fastest Trains

    Planes are frequently heralded as the quickest and most efficient mode of transportation when it comes to travel, and in…

    The World’s Most Beautiful Monkey

    Red-Shanked Douc The Old World monkey, Red-shanked douc, is the most colorful monkey among all primate species. Because of their…

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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…
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      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…
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      Australia’s Deadliest Creatures

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

      ANIMALS

        Australia’s Deadliest Creatures

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

        The World’s Most Beautiful Monkey

        Red-Shanked Douc The Old World monkey, Red-shanked douc, is the most colorful monkey among all primate species. Because of their distinctive and one-of-a-kind appearance, they are known as the “Queen…

        SLOTHS: Nature’s Slowest Animal.. But Are They Smart?

        Found in the rainforest canopies of Central and South America, adorable and lethargic, sloths call the tall trees their home.

        The Unbelievably Cute Endangered Ili Pika

        China’s “magic bunny”, Ili Pikas, is the cutest and most bizarre creature discovered in northwestern China. The scientific name of the beautiful Ili Pikas is Ochotona iliensis. There are many…

        The Deadly Taipan

        A venom is a form of poison that has evolved for a specific function. A bite or sting is used to inject it. Because venom is made up of a…

        How Did The Woolly Mammoth Become Extinct?

        The ancestors of the mammoth evolved in Africa and were tropically adapted browsing animals related to living elephants. They spread into the northern hemisphere around 3 million years ago. They…

        Giant Endangered Galapagos Tortoises

        The Galapagos Islands, 1,000 kilometers off the coast of South America, are most famous for being the spot where Charles Darwin got his inspiration for his theory of evolution. They…

        Culture & History

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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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          Does Climbing A Tree Improve Memory?

          Risky play is vital for children’s current and future academic and life skills, well being, satisfaction, and development. Risky play also helps youngsters develop growth attitudes and resiliency. Tree climbing…

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