Supernova Emag Vol 10.4 Issue 58

Supernova Emag Vol 10.4 Issue 58

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When Nature Takes Over

When Nature Takes Over

We humans make a huge impact on the earth’s health, and the negative effects are outweighing the positives. How do we fix that?  We leave areas alone so nature can heal. Let’s take a journey, where we look at places around the world where nature has taken over. A...
Renewable energy

Renewable energy

Renewable energy is everywhere around us! For as long as there has been a universe, there has been energy. You need it to move or change things. We can create energy through solar panels, wind farms, and hydroelectric powerplants. This energy then generates...
Pangolins: Armoured but vulnerable

Pangolins: Armoured but vulnerable

You’ve not seen a rare animal until you’ve seen a pangolin. It’s secretive, solitary and mainly nocturnal. But these characteristics are not the only reasons that pangolins are a rare sight. Pangolins are, unfortunately, the most trafficked animal in the world and...
Fascinating Frogs

Fascinating Frogs

Frogs in South Africa The world’s frog population is varied and diverse. Scientists believe that there are over 4 000 different kinds of amphibians on Earth. Frogs form a part of this group. In South Africa, we have our own large variety of frogs, which ranks us...
Beautiful Bonsai

Beautiful Bonsai

Bonsai originated in the East around 1000 to 500 BC. This Eastern art became more prevalent in the Han, T’Sun and the Tang Dynasties in China. Tomb paintings depict the Crown Prince Zhang Huai having movable landscapes carried around for his personal enjoyment in 706...

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