Southern Kyrgyzstan is home to the world's largest walnut forest. Every fall the locals there harvest millions of walnuts. But the unique biotope is under threat from deforestation and grazing livestock.
Western Uganda's Mpanga River is the lifeline for local communities and ecosystems in the region. But like many rivers around the world, it faces multiple threats. Locals are joining forces to protect it.
They're found almost everywhere on earth, are eaten in some cultures and pitted against each other for sport in others. Some can even blast enemies with explosive chemicals. Welcome to the fascinating world of beetles.
When we think of wolves, we tend to think of the animal that devoured Little Red Riding Hood and that howls at the moon. But do they really? Our natural phenomenon offers a little insight.
The largest naturally grown walnut forest in the world provides a livelihood for many people - but the forest is slowly dying. A new sustainable approach is supposed to save it.
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