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[GP] This Iron Fish Can Make People Strong And Healthy

[GP] This Iron Fish Can Make People Strong And Healthy
In Cambodia, a considerable proportion of the population is iron deficient. This preventable... Read more

Freedom Cove, Couple Spent 20 Years Building A Self-Sufficient, Floating Island To Live Off The Grid

Freedom Cove, Couple Spent 20 Years Building A Self-Sufficient, Floating Island To Live Off The Grid
Canada-based couple Wayne Adams and Catherine King has spent 20 years building a stunning floating... Read more

A Newly Discovered Species Of GlassFrog Looks Like Kermit The Frog

A Newly Discovered Species Of GlassFrog Looks Like Kermit The Frog
Scientists in Costa Rica have found a new species of glassfrog that looks just like the popular... Read more

Australia’s Oldest Man Knits Tiny Sweaters For Injured Penguins

Australia’s Oldest Man Knits Tiny Sweaters For Injured Penguins
109-year-old Alfred ‘Alfie’ Date,  Australia’s oldest living man spend his free... Read more

Washed Up, Artist Uses Ocean Debris And Trash To Create Site-Specific Installations

Washed Up, Artist Uses Ocean Debris And Trash To Create Site-Specific Installations
“Washed Up,” is an ongoing environmental and site specific art installation project by... Read more

Man Spent 40 Years Building A Giant Human-Powered Theme Park

Man Spent 40 Years Building A Giant Human-Powered Theme Park
Located in Italy, Ai Pioppi is a restaurant with a giant, human-powered, kinetic-art-theme park... Read more

Man Builds Custom Revatu Black Pearl Motorcycle Powered By Steam Engine

Man Builds Custom Revatu Black Pearl Motorcycle Powered By Steam Engine
Netherlands-based Revatu Customs’ Black Pearl is a motorcycle powered by fully-functional... Read more

Man Returns To Fukushima’s Radioactive Zone To Take Care Of Abandoned Animals

Man Returns To Fukushima’s Radioactive Zone To Take Care Of Abandoned Animals
A devastating earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, causing irreparable damage and more than 15,000... Read more

Elegant Water-Saving Faucet Creates Beautiful Swirling Stream Of Water

Elegant Water-Saving Faucet Creates Beautiful Swirling Stream Of Water
The new Swirl faucet is designed by London Royal College of Art student Simon Qiu. The faucet... Read more

Spectacular Treetop Canopy Walkway In Cape Town

Spectacular Treetop Canopy Walkway In Cape Town
Kirstenbosch is a world renowned botanical garden, set against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s... Read more

Innovative Urban Treehouse Protects Residents From Air And Noise Pollution By Luciano Pia

Innovative Urban Treehouse Protects Residents From Air And Noise Pollution By Luciano Pia
Designed by Luciano Pia in Turin, Italy, 25 Verde is an urban treehouse composed five-storey,... Read more

Dom’Up, Innovative Suspended Treehouse

Dom’Up, Innovative Suspended Treehouse
Dom’Up is a lightweight treehouse created by Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and... Read more

The World’s First Biodegradable Coffee Cups With Embedded Seeds That Grow Into Trees When Thrown Away

The World’s First Biodegradable Coffee Cups With Embedded Seeds That Grow Into Trees When Thrown Away
California based company Reduce. Reuse. Grow. has produced the world’s first plantable coffee... Read more

Ocean Gravity, Breathtaking Video Shows Freediver Guillaume Nery Riding An Underwater Ocean Current

Ocean Gravity, Breathtaking Video Shows Freediver Guillaume Nery Riding An Underwater Ocean Current
“Ocean Gravity” is the second collaboration between free diver Guillaume Nery and filmmaker... Read more

Bioluminescent Plankton In Hong Kong

Bioluminescent Plankton In Hong Kong
A species of bioluminescent plankton called “Noctiluca scintillans,” illuminated a... Read more
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