This is an excerpt from the record Years, created by Bartholomäus Traubeck, which features seven recordings from different Austrian trees including Oak, Maple, Walnut, and Beech. What you are hearing is an Ash tree’s year ring data. Every tree sounds vastly unique due to varying characteristics of the rings, such as strength, thickness and rate of growth. Keep in mind […]
You know when you swallow a gulp of seawater? Well the taste was not just salt, the entire ecosystem consists of crab larva, diatoms, bacteria, fish eggs, zooplankton, and even worms. This shot of a single drop of seawater magnified 25 times was taken by photographer David Littschwager.
Wounda a female chimpanzee has been reintroduced in the wild on the island of Tchindzoulou after staying at Tchimpounga sanctuary where she was rescued by the Jane Goodall Institute in the Congo. Jane Goodall did an amazing job but what this chimp did will melt your heart [3:10] Credits: Institut Jane Goodall France