A man-made cultural village with antique and vintage displays will bring back memories from the good ol’ days.
The trail, which cuts through virgin jungle, was opened in 1825.
Invasive species can dramatically reshape environments and cause extinction, even when they don't prey on their newfound neighbours, research shows.
The accelerating pace at which unique life-forms are disappearing could tip Earth into the first mass extinction since non-avian dinosaurs died out.
Follow the therapeutic Japanese concept of 'forest bathing' to re-charge and get centered at these five camping sites below.
Children who took greater responsibility toward nature were also found to have fewer difficulties with their peers.
If you want to boost your health in 2019 but resolutions seem too daunting, then read on for five easy ways to improve well-being each day and throughout the coming year.
The positive association with mental health was even stronger among those who reported active commuting through natural environments.
Scientists say nature can provide stress relief, increase social interaction, encourage physical exercise and help soothe the effects of mental illness.
It was a disaster that left wildlife lovers around the globe appalled and baffled.
Champagne's grape harvest kicked off on Monday, about two weeks earlier than usual, with the industry predicting ideal weather conditions.
Generations of Belgraders and tourists have come to watch Muja, and though he rarely moves around much, he is still agile at feeding time — when he munches on rats and quails.
The number of days marked by potentially destructive ocean heatwaves has doubled in 35 years and will multiply another five-fold at current rates of climate change
Manmade global warming and a natural surge in Earth's surface temperature will join forces to make the next five years exceptionally hot, according to a study published Tuesday.
As it is, the world is struggling to curb the manmade carbon pollution that with only one degree Celsius of warming so far, amplifies the likelihood and intensity of deadly heat waves, droughts and superstorms.
The turnaround to shooting bears with a camera, not a rifle, puts Mlakar, who runs bear observation tours, in step with wider efforts in the small Alpine nation to promote the coexistence of humans and bears.
95% of the world's lemur population is "on the brink of extinction," making them the most endangered primates on Earth, a leading conservation group said Wednesday.
French cosmetics giant L'Oreal said Wednesday it had acquired Germany's Logocos Naturkosmetik, a firm that offers vegan and organic beauty products, which it plans to offer more widely internationally.
The planet's largest colony of king penguins has declined by nearly 90% in three decades, alarmed researchers said Monday.
The controversial hunt for minke whales in Iceland has come to end after declining profits led to the local industry closing, the International Fund for Animal Welfare said on Friday.
Two endangered white lion cubs born in captivity in Mexico were unveiled at a zoo in the Peruvian capital Lima Thursday.
Thailand is in hot pursuit of a cagey crocodile that has made unwelcome appearances off the beaches of resort island Phuket only to slip through the clutches of local authorities.
Now, researchers say this well-honed fear of bees could be used to help repel the majestic beasts in places where they risk conflicts with humans.
Being in nature can give a boost to your brain power, but only if you put away your phone and laptop, suggests a new US study.
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