Political apathy over the poisonous smog choking India's capital has led many like businessman Kamal Meattle to take matters into their own hands, with an office building he says pumps air as fresh as from the Swiss Alps.
An off-the-beaten-path corner of Paraguay has become a tourist attraction this month as visitors flock to see a rare delight floating on a hidden lagoon: giant round water lilies spanning over 1.5 meters (five feet).
The Tasmanian tiger was doomed long before humans began hunting the enigmatic marsupial, scientists say, with DNA sequencing showing it was in poor genetic health for thousands of years before its extinction.
There exist images throughout history that capture the human psyche, encapsulating the height of tragedy, be it war, famine or climate crisis. This time, a group of filmmakers have shared images of the gut-wrenching moment they stumbled across a starving polar bear clinging to life in the wild as it scavenged for food.
Tarupallab, an organisation working for the conservation and maintenance of trees has published a book on flowers, trees, creepers and shrubs of Bangladesh at the National Museum in the capital’s Shahbagh.