Kenyan Ranger Richard Lesowapir was enjoying a peaceful day, when he received a text message from Kimani. The African bull elephant was back to his old tricks - heading to raid the neighborhood farms. Richard jumped into his jeep and rushed to try frighten Kimani back to his home at the Ol Pejeta conservancy.
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Last weekend, thousands of Bay Area residents waited patiently in lines, for as long as five hours, to be among the first to catch a glimpse of the newly renovated California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
If British inventor Mijevic Miroslav has his way, a bike ride will no longer evoke memories of grinding up steep hills. Instead it will be as easy as pushing the gas pedal in a car, except for the fact that the Cycle Sol is solar powered.
If the XR3 Hybrid Vehicle looks like the car of the future - It certainly is, starting from the way you purchase it. For you will not find this hybrid, two-passenger vehicle in any car showroom. Instead, it has to be ordered on the Internet and will be delivered to your door - in a kit - for you to assemble with the aid of some tools and an instructional DVD.
The Continent of Antarctica is beautiful but harsh. Its extreme cold weather, incessant cold winds and barren terrain, makes it a difficult place to explore. Now two brave souls, Andrew Regan and Andrew Moon are planning an expedition across the continent - led by a really cool ice vehicle.
While car races are fun to watch, they are not the 'greenest' of events. However, 'Grease to Greece' is different. Here, the winning trophy is not awarded to the car that comes first, but to one that earns the most 'Grease Marks' - for collecting fuel, which in this case means used cooking fat from restaurants.
All sculptors have a favorite medium they like to work with. Some like marble, others bronze - for Chris Gilmour, it is the humble cardboard........and glue. For that's all he uses to build amazing sculptures irrespective of whether they are life-size or small replicas
Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano has been a feast for the eyes ever since it started to actively erupt last year in November. However, in the last couple of days the lava spew has been even more spectacular and unfortunately more toxic for the residents of the area.