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Did you know that the reefs of Wakatobi are home to some of the oldest and most resilient creatures in the animal kingdom? Creatures that have survived more than a dozen planet-wide mass extinctions and outlasted the dinosaurs. You will find them everywhere from the shallows to the deepest dive sites, and they can live for hundreds of years. Pretty impressive for an animal that can’t even run away from danger. Read more
Puts other dishes to Shame. Read more
Travel photos should convey the feelings, mood, and culture of a trip. But too often, we come home with memory cards full of blurry, cliché, and ineffective shots. We’ve all been there! To avoid disappointment, we’ve outlined common travel photography mistakes so you don’t make them next time around. Read more
Their name they probably got because they are sometimes suddenly found or seen in a particular place. Here, they only stay a few days or weeks before they disappear mysterious like a ghost. Read more
Tiki drinks might traditionally be served with pupu platters and other Polynesian delights, but this sweet-and-spicy snack mix would be just right alongside a Mai Tai or Pina colada. Like Chex Mix on holidays, our blend contains plantain and banana chips, cashews and coconut, generously seasoned with chile-lime salt. Read more
The shortfin mako shark, one of the fastest shark species, can move upwards of 60 miles per hour through the water. The shark’s ability to dart so quickly has much to do with their strange, toothlike skin. A new discovery unraveling the mysteries of shark skin could have implications for the speed and efficiency of more than just sharks—it could also change how we build planes, drones and wind turbines. Read more
Yep, We Made the McDonald’s Shamrock Shake (a Little Bit) Healthier. Read more