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40 flights into and out of Mexico City have been cancelled in the last 2 days as Popocatepetl spews ash and steam. A 11km wide no-go zone has […]

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Five active volcanoes in Indonesia are rumbling due to what the country’s volcano and disaster agency says is increased geophysical activity linked to recent earthquakes […]

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Latest data from UNISDR and Munich Re (an re-insurance company which collates data about natural disasters).

I apologise if this is a bit like a twitter feed – […]

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The earthquake is the second to hit the region in a little over wa week.  There are concerns about how this will affect one of Italy’s richest regions.

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New Purple Crab

On April 21, 2012 By

A new purple crab has been found off the coast of one of the Philippines. There where many photos taken and it looks unusual. Click here to

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Back in 2010 the plan to build a severn barrage was abandoned. A welsh buisness man has revived the idea to build teh 145,000 hectar tidal barrage. The […]

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A tsunami warning is in place for all countries around the Indian Ocean after an earthquake rated at 8.6.  Aftershocks over 8 magnitude continue to rock the area. […]

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Around 58 million years ago a monster 14 meter snake roamed around the Earth. The snake fossils were found in 2002 in chile but there was no or […]

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