The International Maritime Organization is celebrating World Maritime Day on September 30 the world over.
Incessant downpours for more than a week made the Brahmaputra and other rivers burst their banks across the Kaziranga National Park, India, which homes to the world's largest single-horned rhino population.
High winds intensified the flames approaching South Lake Tahoe on 1st September 2021...
Calved from the north side of the Antarctic in 2021, Iceberg A-74 is moving its 1270 km² away from the northern section of Antarctica’s Brunt Ice Shelf coasts.
The pearl fisheries on the Dahlak Archipelago have been famous since Roman times and still produce a substantial number of pearls today.
Dasht-e-Lut in southeastern Iran is a vast salt desert which is home to some of the world’s tallest dunes (up to 300m high) and hottest temperatures (70°C).
Chang Tang Region is a part of the high altitude Tibetan Plateau with vast highlands and giant lakes, like the Dogai Coring Lake at 4818m.
The Kuiseb in Namibia is an ephemeral river bordered on one side by some of the tallest sand dunes in the world (as high as 150 meters).
The Zagros Mountains were formed as a result of the collision between the Arabian tectonic plate and the Eurasian plate
The lateritic buckshot in the Gibson Desert is rich in iron and gives a reddish color to undulating sand plains.
Mount Taranaki on New Zealand's North Island culminates at 2,518m above sea level.
With over 2 900 reefs and 900 islands stretching over 2 300 km, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's biggest single structure made by living organisms.