Showing posts from January, 2021

"Photographer and Wife's 20-Year Project Restores Destroyed Forest and Brings Back Wildlife"

In an incredible effort to restore a once-destroyed forest, a photographer and his wife have planted two million trees over the course of 20 years. The result? A flourishing ecosystem where even the animals have returned. Sebastião Salgado, a Brazilian photographer, and his wife Lélia Deluiz Wanick Salgado have transformed a 1,502-acre piece of land that was once barren and desolate into a thriving forest. The area, located in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, had been ravaged by deforestation, overgrazing, and prolonged droughts. The couple began their efforts in 1998 when they founded Instituto Terra, a non-profit organization that aims to promote sustainable development and ecological conservation. They worked tirelessly, hand-planting trees and restoring the natural water sources of the area. The transformation has been astounding. Today, the forest is home to more than 172 species of birds, 33 species of mammals, and 15 species of reptiles and amphibians. Water has returned to

"Rare Albino Turtle Spotted and Captured on Camera"

  An albino turtle has recently made headlines for its unique appearance. The rare creature was found on a beach in Australia and quickly captured the attention of onlookers. The albino turtle, which is a green sea turtle, has a distinctive white and yellow appearance due to a genetic mutation. It was discovered by a local resident who was out walking along the beach. The turtle's unique appearance is not only striking, but it also makes it more vulnerable to predators. According to marine biologists, albino sea turtles have a lower chance of survival in the wild as their lack of coloration makes them more noticeable to predators. Despite the risks, the albino turtle appears to be healthy and strong. It was released back into the ocean after being examined by marine biologists. The discovery of the albino turtle has sparked fascination and wonder among those who have seen it. Its striking appearance is a reminder of the beauty and diversity of the natural world. While albino sea tu

"Giant Harpy Eagle, with a Wingspan of 7 Feet, Takes the Internet by Storm with Its Majestic Appearance"

The harpy eagle, native to Central and South America, is a bird of prey known for its striking appearance and impressive size. With a wingspan of up to 7 feet and weighing up to 20 pounds, the harpy eagle is one of the largest and most powerful eagles in the world. In fact, its talons are larger than the claws of a grizzly bear, making it a fearsome predator. Despite its intimidating appearance, the harpy eagle is an important symbol in many cultures. In Panama, the bird is featured on the national coat of arms, and in Brazil, it is a symbol of strength and power. Unfortunately, like many other bird species, the harpy eagle is threatened by habitat loss and hunting. Conservation efforts are underway in many areas to protect the bird and its habitat, but more work is needed to ensure its survival. If you're lucky enough to spot a harpy eagle in the wild, you're sure to be impressed by its majestic appearance and powerful presence. These magnificent birds are truly a wonder of na