Everyone’s dream is to live in a treehouse at some time in their lives. The treehouse resort industry is booming. Fantasy, serenity, nature, luxury in the jungle, ecofriendly, wild, adventure, dream, silence, pollution-free, and something fresh after camping and hiking in this niche give it a lot of potential.
Top 10 coldest places in the world
The southernmost continent of the world is Antarctica. It is about twice the size of the Australian continent, 98 percent of which is covered by ice. There is no end to the curiosity of people around this continent of ice. However, Antarctica is not on the list of travel thirsty. The only reason for this is the unfavorable weather and environmental conditions here.It is not possible for humans to survive in the coldest places on earth. But fearless and well-restrained explorers and scientists have found a way to survive there. In most places listed below, ordinary thermometers will not work. Your skin will freeze in a few minutes and your breath droplets will turn into crystals as you exhale.
Conservation of the Mangrove – Save Nature to Save Life
These Mangroves act as a buffer zone between land and water, protecting the land from coastal erosion. Its unique ecology is responsible for the beauty of the forest. In the sake of nature, it is vitally crucial to conserve this resource.
Sky of Oslo suddenly sparkled with light. Norway Meteor: What a beautiful! What a danger!
In the south-east, the night sky was abruptly lit up by a meteor. Meteors of this size are extremely rare. On social media, several footage of the incident were shared. In all of the videos, you can see light flashes. Several eyewitnesses reported seeing flashes of light as well as tremendous bangs of thunder.
Dust-Clouds: Three hundred feet high dust clouds are in the horizon!
The sky was filled with waves of dust. All you can see is dust. In China, a dust storm swept through a city. Dunhuang, on the coast of North-Western China, you’ll find a tiny town. By 3 pm on Sunday, the city was blanketed in a thick layer of enormous dust. All across the city, there were dust clouds. More than 300-foot average height.