COVID-19 pandemic has caused disaster worldwide. However, as wise man says, "Even in the darkest, there will eventually be light." Here is how the nature recovers when the lock-down, social distancing, factories suspending, and traffic reducing have been happening for the past few months: However, all of these are not happening from our help to care for the environment, and we know it is only temporary. But, when we see the wonderful nature, feeling the cleaner air, the clear
“Why do we Loy Kratong ?” Loy Kratong festival is the day people in the region thank and apologise to the goddess of rivers, Gaṅgā. But, we actually instead put Kratong in rivers for nothing but trash every year. Statistically, only in Bangkok, there are over 800,000 Kratongs floated. Estimation says that there are several millions garbage of Kratongs in each country observing this festival, and most of them are made from environmental-destroying materials, such as, foam, pla
Sharks have lived for 400 million years, since before the dinosaurs had born. Even when dinosaurs and most ancient creatures have been extinct, sharks still survive, until now… Nowadays, although there are almost 500 species of sharks, this number is only 1% left from all sharks that have lived. What we see from popular movies might have influenced us to frighteningly fear sharks.
Somebody thinks that it is good to get rid of all sharks, so that we do not risk attacking by sh
Did You Know…? Sea Turtles help eating jellyfish, and it has made us safe whenever we go to the sea. They can devour them like spaghetti without getting poisoned. Sea Turtles are also essential to the ecosystem, especially near a shore, so that we have beautiful coral reefs and seas for us when we go diving. Today, we will get to know more about them. 1. Sea Turtles don't have teeth, but their jaws and lips are made of Keratin, the same material that our fingernails are made