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  • The baby Western lowland gorilla 'Yamila ', who arrived on last June 2016 with a weight of 1 kilogram after a 9-month gestation, have reached the nine months of life with excellent health, according to her Madrid' zoo keepers.

  • Spring season in Kashmir.

  • 12 residential houses gutted by fire at Chinar Bagh Srinagar. At least 12 residential houses gutted in a devastating fire at Chinar Bagh area of Srinagar India administrated Jammu and Kashmir on Monday morning which left 22 families homeless. The fire broke out in a residential house in the congested locality and engulfed the vicinity within no time.

  • Curug Parigi, Bantargebang, Bekasi, West Java

  • The 10th year anniversary of the one hour switch off was held at the Mall of Asia, SM by the Bay, with participants from different environmental groups lead by the World Wildlife Fund.

  • Activist from Earth Hour Jakarta Community, holding candels against the dark of Hotel Indonesia and Welcome Statue landmark, during the Earth Hour commemoration in Jakarta. The event lasted for one hour, from 08:30 pm until 9:30 pm.

  • Spring returns to Kashmir as thousands of almond trees begin to blossom and present a surreal blanket of white and pink in the majestic mountainous landscape. These flowers indicate the arrival of spring, a season that attracts tourists from all parts of the country and abroad.

  • Daily life in the Spanish village of Viana de Duero, province of Soria, north of Spain. It is Europe’s largest desert in terms of population with just 1.8 inhabitants per sq km, by three in Siberia.

  • Springtime in the village de Almazán, in the north of Spain.

  • An unusual storm snow hit Madrid during the afternoon hours, where temperatures have dropped between 10ºC and 15ºC in the last days.

  • The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on an extremely rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon.

  • Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of the old historical neighborhood called Plaka. It lies in northern east side of the Acropolis hill. The first houses were built in the era of Otto of Greece, when workers from the island of Anafi came to Athens in order to work as construction workers in the refurbishment of King Othon's Palace.[1] The first two inhabitants were listed as G. Damigos, carpenter, and M. Sigalas, construction worker. Soon, workers from other Cycladic islands also started to arrive there, to work as carpenters or even stone and marble workers, in a further building reconstruction period in Athens, but also in the following era after the end of the reign of King Otto.

  • People busy to collect drinking water from municipal water service. World Water Day observes annually to focuses attention on the importance of universal access to clean water and the need to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater

  • Tonight at Mother museum was presented the book Redemption (Iemme editions, 2016) of the Brazilian photographer Salvino Campos. They will discuss with the artist and the critic Mario Franco Angela Tecce, director of the Royal Site of Carditello Foundation, introduced by the Director of MADRE Andrea Viliani museum.

  • The guitar fish (Glaucostegus cemiculus) is a cartilaginous animal, named for the characteristic shape of your body very similar to the stringed instrument. It is known for an elongated body with a flattened head and trunk and small, ray-like wings. Its head is strongly depressed with pointed snout and fusiform body; usually present a dark stain on the bottom snout. Their spiracles are large and are located immediately behind the eyes.

  • A view of snow covered mountains of famous tourist destination place Pahalgam. About 90 km south of Srinagar, the summer capital of Kashmir.

  • Chuhar Nag is a beautiful valley situated above Margan top of District Anantnag in south Kashmir about 165 km from south of Srinagar, the summer capital of Kashmir at an altitude of 15000 feet. The valley comprises of attractive meadows and very big and beautiful springs surrounded by rocky- mountains. “Chohar Nag” in Kashmiri epithet means four springs.

  • Baluchistan has is province Queetta in which a city name Ziyarrat were mountains and the daily life attract the travelers and especially the snowfall over the mountains.

  • An exhibition donated by Bethlehem-Bath Links Foundation which is first of it's kind in Palestine.

  • Japan Hanami season around Kyoto's district and in Arashiyama.

  • Some pictures of Hanami season along Hiroshima and Miyajima Island on March 2016 in Japan.

  • Strong gusts of wind, up to 65 kilometres an hour, hit Madrid zoo during the afternoon hours at Madrid Zoo. National weather service AEMET has issued a weather advisory in 50 provinces for rain, snow, wind, and dangerous seas.

  • Veterinarian, together with animal keepers staff taking care of the baby Komodo Dragons (Varanus Komodoensis), who recently hatched on March 11, 2017 at the home captivity of Taman Safari Indonesia, in Bogor, West Java. A total of 21 eggs Komodo Dragons, hatched from March 2 until March 11 after incubation for 6 to 7 months. This success was the first conducted in a place with a mountain climate, which differs from the original habitat of Komodo Dragons, on Komodo Island, which tend to warm climates. It gave hope to the Dragons population growth, which is one of the animals on the IUCN Red List, which in 2016 recorded a population just 3,012 in the whole island of Komodo.

  • Indonesia search and rescue, watersports enthusiasts, and stake holder of tourism made some good movement with a workshop “ kayaking rescue technic” including to take some potencial rescuer, to event the event“International Toba Kayak Marathon 2017”, at 25th to 27th July 2017. Carrying the tagline: “Kayaking on the Top of a Super Volcano”, the event will be centered around the Balige-Marom-Situmurun area, performing internasional kayaker such a Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and philipines, and European kayakers.

  • Rain lashed Kolkata for the second consecutive day on Thursday. In span of three hours from 11.30 am to 2.30pm Kolkata recorded 39mm of rainfall.

  • Attractive views in Lahore.

  • Defiant NoDAPL water protectors faced-off with various law enforcement agencies on the day the camp was slated to be raided on February 22, 2017.

  • Palace at risk collapse in the historic center. Closed the road with difficulty in the connections due to a slump for the torrential rains of the night.

  • The sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) is a species of requiem shark, and part of the family Carcharhinidae, native to the Atlantic Ocean and the Indo-Pacific. It remains listed as a vulnerable species by the IUCN, due to overfishing.

  • Wild Weather Continues in Sydney

  • Landscape view of sunset

  • Following a high-level thematic discussion convened in observance of World Wildlife Day, an official United Nations observance established by Resolution 205 of the 68th UN General Assembly in 2013; key representatives of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, the Wildlife Conservation Society and others held a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York on current efforts to stop the illegal trade and trafficking of wildlife.

  • Various groups with church people led by environmentalist group KALIKASAN showed their support protest for the confirmation of Department of Environment Secretary Gina Lopez during their protest in front of the Senate of the Philippines office in Pasay City on March 1, 2017.

  • An attractive cloud hovering over the sky during a pleasant weather.

  • Strong gusts of wind, up to 60 kilometers an hour, hit Madrid during the afternoon hours. The AEMET weather agency says that strong gusts of wind could reached to up to 80 kilometers an hour in several provinces of the country on Thuesday, Feb 28, 2017.

  • The almond trees of the 'Quinta de los Molinos' park in Madrid have already bloomed due to the high temperatures of the last days.

  • Sit-in at the City of Arzano (Naples) of the paper mill employees "Le Cartiere del Sud" Cooperative ". The factory was closed after the decision by the Prefectural Commissioner (Commissione Prefettizia), to withdraw the health license to the firm.

  • Conditions of land separated by drowning due to abrasion, with the ruins of buildings which are still visible in Pantai Sederhana village.

  • The Indian peacocks at Madrid Zoo have started to pair off to breed during the spring and summer. Indian Peacocks (Pavo cristatus) are a species of bird in the genus Pavo of the pheasant family, Phasianidae.

  • Defiant Dakota Access Pipeline water protectors faced-off with various law enforcement agencies on the day the camp was slated to be raided. Many protesters and independent journalist, who were all threatened with multiple felony charges if they didn't leave were met with militarized police on the road abutting the camp. At least six were arrested, including a journalist who reportedly had sustained a broken hip.

  • A Saharan dust cloud is set to arrive over parts of Spain, with poor air quality prompting health warnings and Spring temperatures. AEMET weather agency says that temperatures could soar to up to 21C in parts of the country on Thursday, Feb 23, 2017, what could be the hottest day of the winter.

  • High temperatures, up to 17ºC, are seen during the afternoon hours at the Madrid Zoo. The Bornean orangutans (Pteronura brasiliensis) appeared to enjoy with the heat.

  • Water protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota, continued their cleanup effort and attempted to negotiate an extension from being evicted from the Oceti Sakowin Camp, but were told by the Army Corps of Engineers that the notice of eviction would not change.

  • Hundreds​ of water ​protectors ​continued their massive clean up effort of the Oceti Sakowin camp in Standing Rock, North Dakota, where for months thousands have converged protesting the 3.8 billion dollar Dakota Access Pipeline. Despite President Donald Trump​ ​granting the​ ​final easement​ earlier this month,​ allowing Energy Transfer Partners to drill under the Missouri River, and ​with ​a deadline to evacuate the camp.

  • Hundreds of members of Caring Activists Against Fur (CAAF), Long Island Orchestrating for Nature (LION), People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), and other animal rights activists targeted the gruesome fur trade with a mass march to Canada Goose store in Soho. They hold a protest in against the bloody fur trade.

  • Indonesia, North Sumatra, Karo district harvesting in Karoneese ethnic, a lot of people from the same village harvest potatoes together out side of the red zone Sinabung.

  • The White Storks population have increased in Madrid in the last years due to, according to bird experts, Storks are migrating less and less with the consequent saving of a dangerous and exhausting journey.

  • A view of Lazienki Park, also known as "Baths Park" or "Royal Baths" on February 15 2017. It is the largest park in Warsaw, Poland, occupying 76 hectares of the city center.

  • The 141st Westminster Kennel Club's annual Best In Show competition concluded at Madison Square Garden as terriers, working dogs and sporting dogs faced off, leaving a final seven, one from each category to compete for the coveted Best In Show ribbon. This year's winner was a German Shepherd named Rumor, who came in second last year, and was owned and handled by Kent Boyles.

  • Madrid Zoo participates in the European Endangered Species Program to protect to the Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). It is the smallest subspecies of gorilla but nevertheless still a primate of exceptional size and strength. It is listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The population of them in the wild is faced by a number of factors that threaten its extinction, due to deforestation, farming, grazing, and the expanding human settlements that cause forest loss.

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