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Month: December 2019
Several advices to correctly play with the stand up inflatable paddle board. Dry your inflatable stand up paddle board AFTER you rinse and BEFORE you store it. Make sure your board is dry before putting it away for storage. Also make sure that wherever it’s […]
The Amazon rainforest scarcely needs an introduction. It is the world’s largest rainforest and spans nine countries in total, covering 40% of South America. The Amazon represents over half of the planet’s remaining rainforests and is home to an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species. In fact, the Amazon is home to a tenth of all known species on Earth. However, this vast wilderness is under relentless threat from large-scale farming and ranching, development, logging, mining and climate change. With the majority (60%) of the Amazon within Brazil, the country shoulders huge responsibility. Between 2000 and 2012, the rate of deforestation in Brazil slowed by 75%. However, data from 2017-2018 suggest there has been a 13.7% increase on the previous year with the biggest area of forest cleared since 2008. The fear is that this could continue if the policies of new Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, see fruition.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India have a tropical canopy comprised of mixed flora species. Even though it’s isolated from masses of land, it’s still extremely rich with a diversity of wildlife and plant life. Its crystal-clear, azure-blue waters that reflect white, puffy clouds in the sky are only a fraction of what makes these islands beautiful and majestic in character – a treat for any travel lover. Some of the more common wildlife animals of the islands are wild pig, hornbill, Andaman teal, Nicobar pigeon, white-bellied sea eagle, Andaman Cat snake, and other unique species of the India. There are so many adventurous things to do in this wonderful travel destination! Travel to paradise for an experience of a lifetime!
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Amazon Rainforest: It is the world’s largest tropical rainforest, also known as Amazonia or Amazon Jungle. It has an area of 5,500,000 km2 and covers most of the Amazon Basin of South America and runs through Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. The Amazon River also runs through the forest. About 60 percent of the forest is contained in Brazil. The forest is estimated to be covered by 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species. Some of the species found in this region include 2.5 million insects, about 2,000 mammals and birds, and tens of thousands of plants. To date, an estimated 438,000 species of plants of economic and social interest have been registered in the region with many more remaining to be discovered. The rainforest also contains several species and among the largest are predatory creatures including the jaguar, cougar, and anaconda. In the Amazon River within the forest, electric eels can produce an electric shock that can stun or kill, while the piranhas are known to bite and injure humans. Various species of poison dart frogs produce toxins through their flesh. There are also numerous parasites and disease vectors. Vampire bats dwell in the rainforest and can spread the rabies virus. Malaria, yellow fever, and Dengue fever can also be contracted in the Amazon region.
Perhaps the most stunning bird of El Yunque is the Puerto Rican parrot, but it is also one of the saddest stories. At the time of the first Spanish colony in the early 1600s, there were believed to be a million parrots on the island, but over the years, as human population increased and deforestation occurred, the numbers dropped drastically until in 1973 there were only 13 iguacas, the Taino word for the parrot. The Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Program was making great strides to renew the population and at last count, before Hurricanes Irma and Maria, there were almost 60 parrots in the wild. Find additional details at El Yunque rain forest exploration blog. It all started when I was taken for the 1st time to the upper – unspoiled forest. I had a sudden vision — the whole place because a LIVING MASS OF COLORS. It had to touch my heart – since the love affair never ended. All visitors do experience some of this … to the degree they can leave their mind behind.
Nepal trekking tips for an incredible travel destination. Here are some advices if you plan to tour Nepal. Train and prepare: The trek to Everest Base Camp is a stunning walk through the world famous trail to Mount Everest. It is not a technical climb; […]
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