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Horrible weather threatens one of Earth’s most dismay-intriguing waterfalls

Victoria Falls is one the biggest and most awe-inspiring waterfalls on the planet. Spanning the width of the Zambezi River—more than a mile across—this legendary waterfall cascades over the lip of a large plateau of volcanic rock and plunges as much as 354 feet. It generate mists that can be spotted from more than a…

10 Need to-Maintain Experiences in Manitoba

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If we lose our snowcapped mountains, how will we shred?

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The no longer doubtless rebirth of a London legend

With its red-brick exterior and soaring clock tower, London’s St. Pancras International train station is hard to miss. The 1860s Victorian Gothic structure is widely considered an architectural masterpiece. But a hundred years after it was built, British Railways wanted to tear it all down and repurpose the land. Then, a poet with a love…

Presidents’ Day technically easiest celebrates one president

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American badger

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5 surprising ways to celebrate gardens this spring

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Is a world without trash possible?

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Black Death discovery offers rare new look at plague catastrophe

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Here’s what coronavirus does to the body

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Some 4.5 billion years ago, gravity pulled swirling gas and dust together to form a giant planet more than twice as massive as all other planets in the Solar System — Jupiter.And, unlike the other planets, Jupiter formed from the leftover material that created the Sun. Shrouded in its gaseous layers are secrets of the Solar…

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Athe end of 2019 I had the chance to participate to Unleash as a “ mentor”. Unleash is an amazing program gathering hundreds of social entrepreneurs building social startups in a week, to address the Sustainable Development Goals.At this event something became clear, the tools used to support for profit or even mixed non/for profit…

10 teams draw shut Aarohan Social Innovation Awards

The Infosys Foundation on Wednesday felicitated winners of the second edition of the ‘Aarohan Social Innovation Awards 2019’, which recognise and reward individuals, teams, and NGOs for creating innovative solutions to support the underprivileged and marginalised in India.Five teams won the ‘Gold Award’ with a prize of ₹20 lakh for each team. The ‘Silver Award’…
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