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  • The females of roe deer has the reproductive strategy of embryonic diapause (delayed implantation). In embryonic diapause, the embryo does not immediately implant in the uterus after sexual reproduction and is maintained in a state of dormancy. Females use this mechanism to time the birth of their offspring for favorable metabolic and environmental conditions.

  • A hundred people belonging to right-wing parties and associations appeared in the afternoon in Piazza del Campidoglio against the political action of mayor Virginia Raggi and his junta. They attended the event  the former Mayor of Rome Gianni Alemanno, the Forza Italia Party parliamentarian Maurizio Gasparri and Alessandra Mussolini Euro Parlamentarien.

  • Heatwave continue in the center and South of Spain. Very high temperatures up to 39ºC are seen during the afternoon hours at the Madrid Zoo.

  • Monsoon rain occurred at afternoon.

  • An eye catching view of the sunset in River Ravi during the longest day of the year. The longest day on June 21 marks the peak of summer when the sun comes closest to the northern hemisphere. Solstice is defined as either of the two times of the year at which the sun is farthest north or south of the equator.

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt canceled his speech to the far right think tank, the Manhattan Institute to avoid significant opposition from New York environmental groups and and other community leaders on June 21, 2017; at the Harvard Club in Manhattan where over a hundred people organized a protest.

  • Again this year, from 17 to 19 June, the traditional 'Infiorata' was repeated in the small town of the Roman castles, which dates back to 1778. The religious, historical and folkloric event extends over an area of about 2000 square meters, covered with thousands of flower petals used to make designs that change every year. It is held in the recurrence of the Corpus Domini, on which after the Eucharistic celebration there is a procession presided by the Bishop Marcello Semeraro, on the streets of the town and on the site of the Infiorata presided by the Bishop and the participation of local civilian and military authorities.

  • A view of the heavy monsoon rain fall in Lahore weather became pleasant when dark clouds covered the sky and cool breeze start blowing followed by heavy showers in Provincial Capital Lahore on June 19, 2017.The city received the first heavy monsoon rain coupled with a windstorm on today Heat-stricken residents of Lahore received respite from the sweltering heat as the rain of monsoon season turned the weather pleasant.

  • First Monsoon thunder shower disrupted Kolkata city life on June 19, 2017 in Kolkata. The shower cause water logging in some pockets and trees all so uprooted in two places of city.

  • Dense cloud formed just before it rained heavily. Kolkata was suffering very humid temperatures for a few weeks.

  • Protest camp against the plans to build museums at Városliget, the Budapest city park. The environmental activists want to save the oldest and biggest park of Budapest.

  • The workers of the main Italian trade union have manifested themselves in Rome to demand more Respect, more Work, more Democracy. Political and trade union representatives also attended the event, including former secretary of CGIL Guglielmo Epifani, national secretary of Italian Left Nicola Fratoianni and the National Metalworker (FIOM) secretary Maurizio Landini. The event ended with the intervention of the national secretary Susanna Camusso The workers of the main Italian trade union have manifested themselves in Rome to demand more Respect, more Work, more Democracy. Political and trade union representatives also attended the event, including former secretary of CGIL Guglielmo Epifani, national secretary of Italian Left Nicola Fratoianni…

  • High temperatures in most of Spain.

  • The growth of lava dome mount Sinabung it’s getting bigger, since the lava dome collapse last April 2017.

  • Activists gathered at the courthouse in Brussels in solidarity with nine activists from the EZLN (Ensemble Zoologique de Libération de la Nature) who were arrested during an action against the ECPA (European Crop Protection).

  • A fisherman while removing a fish and crab trap outside the fishpond that full of garbage in Obando, province of Bulacan on June 5, 2017. Several area of the sea of Obando, Bulacan was infested by garbage from the open landfill from the other town that brought by a wave that depends on the current flow and wind of the ocean.

  • Mount Sinabung continued its eruption with fully smoked on the top, seen from Perteguhen village, Karo district.

  • Spain’s weather agency AEMET said the very high temperatures, up to 42ºC, are expected for tomorrow Thursday, June 14 2017, in many center and southern towns and cities of the country.

  • Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Institution carries 150 tons of rice donated by the people of Aceh to Africa. As many as 150 tons of rice will be brought to the African Continent through the Port of Belawan, North Sumatra. It is estimated, the journey will take about 30 days. Rice donated through the Humanitarian Ship program aims to ease the burden on the people of Africa, especially Somalia in the face of famine. Previously on June 5, 2017 ACT has sent 1000 tons of rice to Somalia.

  • Historical site of the Italian forum for the movements for water and many other national and local associations, the Rialto building was evicted by the Municipal Administration of Rome Capital. Some demonstrators protested on 13.06.2017 with a procession to Piazza Campo de 'Fiori.

  • The lar gibbon (Hylobates lar), also known as the white-handed gibbon, is an endangered primate in the gibbon family, Hylobatidae. It is listed by IUCN as an endangered species. They are endangered, primarily due to degradation or loss of their forest habitats. because are hunted for their meat or captured for pets.

  • The baby Borneo Orangutan, who arrived with a weight of 1 kilogram after a 9-month gestation, have reached the first year of life with excellent health, according her Madrid' zoo keepers.

  • Thousands of people participated in Rome at the 2017 Gay Pride in an endless procession that parade for some streets in the capital. Participants, along with the LGTB associations, also attended local and national political figures

  • In conjunction with the high-level United Nations Oceans Conference (June 5-9), Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson presented a petition backed by 1, 021, 874 citizens to Peter Thomson, President of the 71st UN General Assembly, demanding that governments worldwide commit to protecting at least 30% of our oceans by 2030.

  • On the penultimate day of the week-long United Nations high-level "Ocean Conference" at UN Headquarters in New York (June 5-9), Pew Charitable Trust's Anthony Long, Milton Haughton from the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism, and Pacific Island Forum Secretariat's Secretary-General Dame Meg Taylor held a joint press conference to discuss the progress of the Ocean Conference.

  • The Italian jazz vocalist has performed at the House of Jazz in Rome in his latest album, 'Going for the Unknown', homage to Wayne Shorter's music and genius. With her on stage Alessandro Gwis at piano and electronics, Pietro Ciancaglini at double bass and Marco Valeri on drums.

  • Livestock transhumance is a millenary tradition for herders to find better weather conditions and natural pasture during winter and summer for their animals. Shepherds led a flock of 1,200 sheep through the streets of Soria, north of Spain, in defense of ancient grazing, to campaign in favour of seasonal migration and promote the conservation of the 'cañadas' (ancient paths of livestock transhumance). The number of flocks of sheep in this Spanish province have declined between a 60-80% in the last two decades due to advanced age of the shepherds and ranchers, and the high production costs.

  • A large group of nomads resident in the Campo River on the Tiberina road at the gates of Rome, showed in front of the Social Policy Department of the Rome City Council against the closure of Campo on June 30 and the unknown destination of the residents. There are about 500 people in the field, about 120 families and 80% of children attending school.

  • Alipore Zoological Garden exhibits successfully breed and hatched Reticulated Python, Burmese Python, Yellow Monitor Lizard and Water Monitor Lizard in Zoological Garden, Kolkata.

  • World Oceans Day is celebrated every year to remind the public of the importance of preserving and protecting our oceans. It was officially recognized by the United Nations in late 2008.

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  • The Common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus truncatus), the most well-known species from the family Delphinidae, Due to its intelligence, they have a bigger brain than humans, has driven considerable interaction with humans and are popular in aquarium shows.

  • The baby female Sumatran elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus), who arrived on March 21, 2017 with a weight of 80 kilograms after of 21 months of gestation, have reached the two and a half months of life with excellent health, according to the Madrid zoo keepers.

  • West Bengal along with Central and North Western plains are still under intense heat wave conditions, temperature are likely to reach 39C on June 07, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Greenpeace activist held a peace action by unfold banners and use US President Donald Trump's mask in front of US Embassy for Indonesia in Jakarta, on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. The action as an expression of their regrets after US President Donald Trump declared the US retreat from Paris Agreement on last week. According to greenpeace, as the world's second largest emitter contributor after China, the US retreat considered to be only a serious obstacle in the attempt to contain global temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius. In fact, according to Greenpeace data, China has proven its transition commitment by building a 43,000 megawatt solar powered power plant until 2016 and halting the construction of 104 coal-fired steam power…

  • Beni, a male of White rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum ), spends her first month at Madrid zoo. According her keepers, Beni has adapted perfectly to their enclosure.

  • Ernesto “Boy” Espinosa, 54 years old unpack all the expired bread inside Obando Fish Fort in Obando Bulacan on June 5, 2017. All expired bread will be supply to all fishpond as a fish meal for the amount of US$.23 cents per kilo and according to the fishpond owner feeding by using bread is much better on the environment compared to the feeds that contain chemical and much better taste of the fish and crabs.

  • People celebrate the “World Environment Day” commemorated each year on 5th of June. It is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action.

  • Due to global warming and climate change, coral bleaching is visible in Apo reef, the world's second largest coral atoll.

  • Members of Vivek hold an awareness campaign “Walk for Environment” to create awareness for environment among general people on the occasion of World Environment Day in Kolkata. World Environment Day observes annually on June 05 to encouraging worldwide awareness and action for protection of our Environment.

  • Pakistani people taking bath in the canal water to beat the heat and get some relief from the extremely hot weather during eighth day of the holy month of Ramzan ul Mubarak. Maximum temperature of 47 degrees Celsius in Lahore was recorded. Experts have forecast the prevailing harsh weather conditions to persist during the next week; sizzling heat forced the people to stay indoors, decreasing traffic on otherwise busy roads at noon and in the afternoon.

  • Like every year, in the morning of the Imperial Forum, the military parade was held to celebrate the Republic Day in the presence of President Sergio Mattarella and the highest civilian and military positions in the state and a large number of Italian mayors.

  • Hours after Donald Trump announced that he will withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate agreement, hundreds in New York City protested in the streets.

  • Activist groups and concerned citizens held a rally at Foley Square and then marched to New York City Hall in protest of Trump’s attack on the Paris climate agreement.

  • Daily life in Penas Tanggul village or known as the colorful and non-smoking village. Penas Tanggul village is one of the villages located on the banks of the Cipinang River, the difference is that this village is very well arranged with a colorful and smoke-free concept.

  • Pakistani people jumping dip in canal water to get some relief from scorching hot weather as temperature reached 42 degree in the Provincial Capital Lahore. According to Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) weather remained hot and dry in most parts of the country.

  • The band composed by: Alberto Popolla with clarinet and basso clarinet, Errico De Fabritiis with high sax and baritone, Gianfranco Tedeschi at double bass and Fabrizio Spera on drums, performed on 31/5/2017 on the stage of the 28DiVino jazz club in Rome. With them on stage Ig Henneman to violet and Ab Baars to tenor sax, clarinet and shakuhachi. In this picture Ig Henneman

  • Pre monsoon shower observe different parts of West Bengal. Southwest Monsoon has arrived on Kerala on May 30; simultaneously Monsoon has also covered parts of Northeast India.

  • Mount Sinabung showing no signs of stopping the eruption, as it continues to experience an increase in volcanic activity, with the formation of a new lava dome.

  • Pakistani gypsy children playing on the bank of Ravi river during pleasant weather while clouds hovering over the sky of Provincial Capital Lahore on May 31,2017. Rain with thunderstorm lashed different parts of the country, turning weather pleasant and breaking week-long hot spell.

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