wordlesstech | Nature category, with 3 sub categories: Animals, Aquatic, Natural phenomena.
Humanoid robot diver called OceanOne, explores an abandoned shipwreck…
A species of palm tree in a section of Ecuador, can travel about 20 meters a year!
A huge formation of mammatus clouds observed over Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, during the afternoon of March 17, 2016. Image credit Tom Wildoner
There are more than seven billion people currently living on Earth, but with limited resources, when will we run out of room? Watch the video…
A Japanese woman was terrified, as she opens her closet, by a mega monster insect.
This breathtaking Earth composite image from the International Space Station captures morning sun glint and low clouds over the central Pacific Ocean.
The iBubble underwater drone, follows and films the activities of scuba divers.
As Earth continues to warm and is influenced by phenomena such as El Niño, global temperature records are piling up and March set another heat global record.
The Saharan silver ant is one of the terrestrial living organisms, best adapted to tolerate high temperatures.
A new theory suggests that dinosaurs were already lost long before the meteorite hit our planet.
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