For the Chong people of Cambodia, Siamese crocodiles are revered, respected, and left alone. Wearing the everyday clothes of rural Cambodia – old jeans, faded collared shirt, and sandals – plus a GPS and machete, he ventures through forest rivers to investigate signs of illegal hunting. Put Poeurn is one of the wardens at the frontline of efforts to ensure that human activity does not disturb the critically endangered crocodiles, a job he took over from his father four years ago.
PHOTOS showing the Turpin family smiling at Disney Land and wearing matching outfits been revealed, giving no clue as to the horrific treatment suffered by the 13 siblings at their parents’ hands behind closed doors.
ITALY’S upcoming election represents a serious “political risk” to the stability of the European Union, according to the bloc’s economic commissioner as eurosceptic parties continue to lead the way in the polls.
MOUNT Mayon has dramatically erupted twice already and could blow again in the coming days or even weeksaccording to experts - but many locals fear another eruption could be as deadly as that of Mt Pinatubo in 1991.
A BRIGHT meteor briefly swept across the sky over parts of the US Midwest and Canada yesterday, weather and geology agencies said, and then caused a powerful explosion that rattled homes and onlookers.
SWITZERLAND has sent shockwaves through the European Union by edging closer to a referendum on ending its agreement on the free movement of people across its borders, sparking fresh uncertainty about its relations with Brussels.
THE Mayon volcano spurted glowing red lava in a stunning display of its fury, but officials warn the eruption will go on for weeks as police ordered tourists to stay away from the spectacle for their own safety.
One of South Africa's leading tourist destinations officially has less than 100 days of water supply left if a current drought is not relieved in that timeframe, according to ABC News. The iconic city of Cape Town has been fighting the drought for more than three years, with the current mayor, Patricia de Lille, warning Capetonians to conserve now in order to avoid "day zero," which is currently forecast for April 21. "The @CityofCT’s programme is based on an environmentally sensitive approach that will ensure sustainable water abstraction, ensuring generations of Capetonians will benefit from this groundwater," de Lille tweeted. "It is important that all residents must continue to save...