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🔥Real-time eruption footage of the Reventador volcano, Ecuador on January 6, 2020.

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  1. Absolutely. It really shows how things are spiraling out of control.

  2. Global temperature is projected to warm by about 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7° degrees Fahrenheit) by 2050 and 2-4 degrees Celsius (3.6-7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100.

  3. Global temperature is projected to warm by about 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7° degrees Fahrenheit) by 2050 and 2-4 degrees Celsius (3.6-7.2 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100.

  4. I'm the second top mod so the top mod is inactive i would like him to be removed

  5. Mosquito Bay, better known as Bioluminescent Bay, is a tranquil, warm, shallow bay on the southern shore of the Puerto Rico island of Vieques. This glow-in-dark is basically a natural phenomenon called 'Bioluminescence' wherein light is emitted or created by a living organism. Each gallon of water holds some 750,000 dinoflagellates. Their combined light creates spectacular evening shows.

  6. Mosquito Bay is a warm, shallow bay on the southern shore of the Puerto Rico island of Vieques. The bay is world famous for its extreme bioluminescence and is declared as the brightest in the world. This glow is emitted or created by living organisms.. Each gallon of water holds some 750,000 dinoflagellates.

  7. “Poncho was trained to do this number for school visits, he doesn't actually know how to perform CPR," spokesperson Fernando Rodriguez told Euronews. "In fact, there's no dog in the world who's trained to do that."

  8. As it happens, males will often stand on the backs of females to signal that they are ready to mate

  9. Born in Kazakhstan, he comes from the town of Aksu and has played the guitar since the age of 8. He studied and works in rail transport (at one point he worked at the Aksu railway station), but has been engaged in music production since 2017.

  10. Whether or not it was a prank and indeed was the baby from the Titanic was never resolved. After an eventful life, Violet Constant Jessop died at the age of 84. Often referred to as “Miss Unsinkable” she may be the only person in history to survive three such significant shipwrecks.

  11. That's a visual argument for people as fertilizer, right there.

  12. There may be many reasons you see tall trees in “most” cemeteries you’ve passed or visited. First, many cemeteries are set aside for that use. There are no power lines running through the cemetery that require trees to be cut back or removed.

  13. Eucalyptus deglupta trees, otherwise known as rainbow eucalyptus trees or rainbow gum trees, are known around the world for their bright, neon-striped bark. The rainbow effect is created as the bark peels off throughout each season, revealing the fresh, bright-green bark below.

  14. In January 2013, McNamara broke his own world record by surfing an estimated 100-foot (30 m) wave. He also did this off the coast of Nazaré.

  15. During the month of August 2019, between 11 and 45 explosions were recorded every day, frequently accompanied by gas-and-steam and ash emissions, plumes rose more than 1 km above the crater on nine days. On 20 August the ash plume rose to a maximum 1.6 km above the crater. Summit incandescence was seen at night beginning on 10 August, continuing frequently throughout the rest of the reporting period. Incandescent block avalanches were reported intermittently beginning that same night through 26 January 2020, ejecting material between 300 to 900 m below the summit and moving on all sides of the volcano.

  16. Elephants are exceptionally smart creatures. They have the largest brain of any land animal, and three times as many neurons as humans. While many of these neurons exist to control the elephant's large and dexterous body, these creatures have demonstrated their impressive mental capabilities time and time again.

  17. Elephants are exceptionally smart creatures. They have the largest brain of any land animal, and three times as many neurons as humans. While many of these neurons exist to control the elephant's large and dexterous body, these creatures have demonstrated their impressive mental capabilities time and time again.

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