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Brexit Leaves Farmers With Uncertain Future
If agricultural regulations are not formed under the EU, many worry that it will be many years before Britain will create its own guidelines.
Climate Change is Altering the Marine Habitat of the United Kingdom
The waters surrounding the UK have longtime been an important habitat for fish who prefer cooler waters.
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What Happened On December 25th In...?
We may never know whether Jesus was actually born on December 25th, but we do know many great events in human history that occurred on December 25th.
Lunenburg: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
With its unique architecture and civic design, Lunenburg is the best example of planned British colonial settlement in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Belize Barrier Reef Reserve - Endangered UNESCO World Heritage Site
Overfishing, tourism, and petrochemical exploration all threaten the largest ecosystem of its type north of the equator.
Shark Bay: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Australia
Located on the west coast of Western Australia, the Shark Bay has the largest seagrass beds in the world, and houses 10% of the world's dugongs.
Joggins Fossil Cliffs - UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
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The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Mexico
The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is a significant over-wintering site of the Monarch butterfly.
Grand-Pré: A UNESCO World Heritage Site In Canada
The cultural landscape of Grand-Pré bears testimony to the development agricultural farmland in the 17th century by the Acadians.
U.S. States Where Marijuana Is Legal
Eight U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized the use and/or possession of cannabis to varying degrees.
The Taiji Dolphin Drive Hunt
The Taiji Dolphin Hunt is criticized worldwide for the cruel practices involved in killing dolphins for meat and capturing them for commercial aquariums.
Costliest Atlantic Hurricanes In History
$125.0 billion USD was spent in repair and renovation work after Hurricane Katrina, making it the costliest hurricane ever.