A plant species widespread in Europe and North America. It is rather invasive in places where it was introduced, such as the US.
The most common juniper species in the northern hemisphere. This video is about its uses and its healing properties.
This owl species living in the furthest northern regions of our planet has adapted brilliantly to the harsh conditions of the taiga and the tundra.
King of the savannahs, the lion is at top of its food chain. Its only enemy is man.
This grey, robust cattle breed with characteristic long and curved horns is indigenous to Hungary.
Sedimentary rocks are formed from layers of sediment deposited at the bottom of bodies of water and compressed over millions of years.
Adobe walls, thatched roof, small windows, rammed earth floor - these were the characteristics of farmhouses 200 years ago.
Poultry are popular domesticated birds kept for their meat and eggs. They are bred for the market or for personal use.
Art Nouveau was known in the Austro-Hungarian Empire as Secession, which means withdrawal, separation.
This rather bizarre chapel in the Czech Republic furnished with artistically arranged bones leaves no visitor indifferent.
Dripstone is a rock deposited by precipitation from dripping water. The best known forms of dripstone are stalactites, stalagmites and columns.
This tree species, native to the Carpathian basin, grows slowly and is relatively undemanding. In some cases its leaves can be larger than those of the...
Soil formation is the result of the interaction of five factors: parent material, climate, topography, organisms and time.
Countries by the sea often do not get their salt from salt mines, but from evaporating seawater. Evaporation is done on a large surface area with shallow water.
Let’s take a look at how animal husbandry and meat processing is done on an industrial scale.
A common perennial plant inhabiting wetlands. You’ll find them in swampy hollows of meadows.
Solidifying volcanic ash can form rhyolitic tuff outcrops which are wonderful lunar-like landscapes.
Curious little animal living in underground burrows in the African savannahs.
An emblematic animal of the Andes kept as a beast of burden as well as for its meat and wool.
Wind turbines are built primarily at places where the wind is strong enough to rotate them to produce electricity. They are particularly popular in Denmark.