Somewhere Deep inside the Peruvian jungles of the mighty Amazon,Ed Stafford found purpose to his life.facing gun-toting tribes and predators,he became the first man to walk the 6,400 km length of the river.
A strong desire to discover his true self pushed Stafford towards the extreme adventure.
He became one of the bravest explorers of 21 st century And holds the Guinness world record for being the first human ever to walk the length of the Amazon river.
Iceland’s tourist board is asking people to send their screams after recording it on their phones following which the country will play the recordings on remotely- located speakers in open spaces ..”screaming allows your amygdala to release the stress stored there and move forward”,the ‘Let it out’ campaign said on its website …Iceland has installed seven such speakers..
The Lepchas – a tiny Himalayan community spread across Sikkim, the Darjeeling Hills, the south-western parts of Bhutan, and the Ilam District of Nepal have succinct stories illustrating moral values and tales about their inhabitancy of these regions since time immemorial
The beauty in the culture of the Lepcha people lies in its simplicity. Known as ‘born botanists’ and ‘pure naturalists’ they are intensely aware of the surroundings they live in.
In Sikkim, they can be found across all four districts, from the north to south, and from the east to the west. But, they are mostly confined to Dzongu- a Lepcha reserve in North Sikkim where only a Dzongu-born Lepcha is entitled to own land. A four-hour drive from Gangtok – Sikkim’s capital, a large part of Dzongu is the core part of Khangchengdzonga National Park. The park was also included in the Unesco World Heritage Site’s list in 2016 and has been declared a ‘mixed heritage’ site, the only one of its kind in India.
The beautiful picture of Black Panther has been going viral on Twitter for two days. People are remembering the character of The Jungle Book Bagheera after seeing this black panther. The black panther in the Jungle Book and Mowgli films was named Bagheera. This species of leopard is rare in India. These beautiful photographs have been captured by photographer Shaaz Jung in his camera.
Speaking to BBC News, Shaaz revealed that he saw the young black panther for the first time in 2015, after which he has been wandering in the jungles of South India for the past three years for pictures of him. They were searching and finally found a black panther in the Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary in Mandya district of Karnataka.
Although viral photos are being told of 2019, Shaaz has captured these Panthers on his camera several times. He has written on his Instagram account that National Geography had planned to make a documentary on him after seeing the pictures.
A chartered jet transported six pets from DELHI to MUMBAI to their owners during covid-19 lockdown. 25 year old DEEPIKA SINGH said she arranged a Jet to bring back her relative’s but some didn’t agree to travel with pets.she then Hired a 6 seater private jet which charged 9 lacks rupees. ( Short by pragya swastik)