• One man's effort to conserve and protect Algeria's wildlife

    From poisonous snakes and scorpions, the Algerian desert is home to dozens of reptiles. Some are classified as endangered species. But one man is collecting them to conserve in a Zoo. Aziz Hadj Aissa hopes his work will inspire others in his country to better protect wildlife.

    published: 02 Nov 2016
  • Gundi wildlife in algeria

    حيوان القندي الجزائري . Gundi . Ctenodactylidae

    published: 23 Apr 2015
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    published: 29 Dec 2016
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    published: 19 Feb 2015
  • Berri wild wolf is photographed closely by mobile in these circumstances Algeria

    Berri wild wolf is photographed closely by mobile in these circumstances Algeria video wolf africa animals full hd live

    published: 08 May 2015
  • Algeria - Protected for the Hunt

    A commissioned documentary about the almost extinct Houbara bird.

    published: 17 May 2012
  • Wildlife in Algeria With Tito

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • ALGERIA (The splendor of nature)

    Republic of Algeria, ( الجزائر al-Jazāʼir ) is a country in North Africa More info : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algeria Video : ◘ Screenshots : ( L'ALGERIE VUE DU CIEL ) BY Arthus-Bertrand & Yazid Tizi . ◘ Reformulate : TESKO PRODUCTION ( SiDouvic ) Music : ♫ Artist: CMA . ♫ Track Name: You're FreeGenre: Chillstep MusicDownload this music for FREE: http://bit.ly/1M1Grhf ► This track's license, Creative Commons Attribution, requires attribution. If you use this song in a video, cite the creator using the info below: CMA - You're Free (Freedom EP) by CMA Music is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. ◄

    published: 15 Aug 2015
  • the algerian barb horse

    Without the horse, history would have stood silent and there is no better example than the horse of algeria, The Barb. Today this horse is known as the Arabian and throughout the past 4000 years, this magnificent beast has helped to shape human existence. The first written accounts of the Barb were made by the Romans over 2000 years ago, but recent findings of rock paintings in places such as Tassili in Algeria, show these horses existed some 4000 years ago. The Romans exported this animal for help with everyday life and most historians believe that the use of the Barb in times of war helped the Romans to become the dominant force throughout the world. Throughout the history of war, there are records showing these horses participation. Many believe that because of its size, powerful and ...

    published: 26 Jun 2014
  • MAN VS WILD In ALGERIA

    published: 07 Aug 2015
  • Wildlife - Desert Sahara

    Wildlife - Desert Sahara

    published: 17 Sep 2014
  • Wild nature of Algeria.

    Media forest.

    published: 23 Sep 2017
  • شيخ يعذّب الثعالب حتى الموت في الغرب To save wildlife in Algeria ,من أجل حماية الحياة البرية في

    published: 27 Feb 2016
  • Wild Barbary Macaques in Jijel, Algeria

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • 12 Strange Things Found in the Sahara

    From the EYE of the Desert, to the most unique glass fragments from nowhere, these are 12 STRANGE Things Found in the Sahara Desert ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 7. Gerboise Bleue Test Site France became the fourth nuclear powered nation after the USA, USSR and Great Britain. They were eager to test out their destruction device and decided to launch their first test in the Algerian Saharan Desert in 1960’s, with a bomb called the Gerboise bleue, near the Berber county of Reggane. We found the coordinates of the launch testing site and as we took a closer look to try to see the crater google earth, something appears to be cut and pasted of the area where it took place You can still see some of the discoloration of the sand from the original black and white photo that y...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Wow !!! Prehistoric Rock Art paintings in Algeria, Tassili N'Ajjer

    Wow !!! Prehistoric Rock Art paintings in Algeria, Tassili N'Ajjer About Channel Klik HERE http://bit.ly/1QTM0zO Tassili n'Ajjer is a vast desert plateau in southern Algeria, stretching from the borders with Niger and Libya to the east, to as far as Amguid in the west, covering an area of 72,000 sq. km. Thousands of years of changing Saharan climate and erosion have created stunning geological features with towering sandstone pillars, deep canyons and more than 300 natural arches. Tassili n'Ajjer shot into worldwide fame in the 1930s, not for its landscape but for the precious collection of ancient rock art in the area. Since their discovery, more than 15,000 petroglyphs and paintings have been identified representing 10,000 years of human history and environmental change. One of the...

    published: 02 Apr 2016
  • الحيوانات في الجزائر - Animals in Algeria

    مرحبا بكم في قناتي، ساعدونا بمشاركة روابط الفيديو على صفحاتكم واشتركوا وفعلوا زر التنببهات ليصلكم كل جديد، من فضلكم لا تعيدوا تحميل فيديوهاتي، بل شاركوا الروابط الخاصة بها، وشكرا. https://goo.gl/n8uJXd https://www.facebook.com/Ali-Bekki-804067366418195/ Algerian gameplay Dz Gameplay Algerian Gaming

    published: 18 Aug 2015
  • The smallest fox with the biggest ears! - Super Cute Animals: Preview - BBC One

    Programme website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b053d3b0 The fennec's ears help it to survive in the heat of the desert dunes.

    published: 09 Feb 2015
  • Algeria's longest highway tunnel built by Chinese company cut through

    A 2,425-meter-long highway tunnel was successfully cut through Thursday in Algeria, marking a milestone for construction of the mega highway linking the south and north of the North Africa country. The T2 tunnel, the longest highway tunnel in Algeria, is built by CSCEC, China's state-run construction and engineering giant. The North-South highway is a dual three-lane way linking the capital Algiers and the border town of In-Guezzam. According to the contract, CSCEC will be responsible for 53 km of the mega road, including more than 40 bridges and several tunnels, which is the most challenging and complicated section of the road due to the mountainous landscape. Despite the difficulties, the company said it pays a great deal of attention to the environment, and intends to maintain th...

    published: 16 Dec 2016
  • wild life protection in Algeria , message from copenhagen Zoo- Danmark

    Algeria is big country with avarious wild life , we have to protect it

    published: 27 Jan 2016
  • Tribe Found After 20,000 YEARS OF ISOLATION

    From E.T. Phoning Home, to an Amazonian tribe that stayed in Isolation for 20,000 years, this is TRENDING TUESDAYS ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife Did you ever wonder why birds don’t have teeth? Well, an answer may have been found. Scientists now believe the evolutionary trait may have started with a teenage dinosaur whose teeth fell out. Limasaurus (lim-uh-sore-us) is said to have lived around 160 million years ago. And when it hatched from its shell, the creature had rows of small, sharp teeth. But a study shows that as the creature matured into adulthood, its teeth fell out … leaving behind only ...

    published: 03 Jan 2017
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    published: 14 Oct 2017
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    published: 29 Dec 2016
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One man's effort to conserve and protect Algeria's wildlife

One man's effort to conserve and protect Algeria's wildlife

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From poisonous snakes and scorpions, the Algerian desert is home to dozens of reptiles. Some are classified as endangered species. But one man is collecting them to conserve in a Zoo. Aziz Hadj Aissa hopes his work will inspire others in his country to better protect wildlife.
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Gundi wildlife in algeria

Gundi wildlife in algeria

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حيوان القندي الجزائري . Gundi . Ctenodactylidae
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Wildlife of Algeria

Wildlife of Algeria

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sahara desert algeria /: https://www.facebook.com/alger.16.alger/

sahara desert algeria /: https://www.facebook.com/alger.16.alger/

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Berri wild wolf is photographed closely by mobile in these circumstances Algeria

Berri wild wolf is photographed closely by mobile in these circumstances Algeria

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Berri wild wolf is photographed closely by mobile in these circumstances Algeria video wolf africa animals full hd live
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Algeria - Protected for the Hunt

Algeria - Protected for the Hunt

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A commissioned documentary about the almost extinct Houbara bird.
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Wildlife in Algeria With Tito

Wildlife in Algeria With Tito

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ALGERIA (The splendor of nature)

ALGERIA (The splendor of nature)

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Republic of Algeria, ( الجزائر al-Jazāʼir ) is a country in North Africa More info : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algeria Video : ◘ Screenshots : ( L'ALGERIE VUE DU CIEL ) BY Arthus-Bertrand & Yazid Tizi . ◘ Reformulate : TESKO PRODUCTION ( SiDouvic ) Music : ♫ Artist: CMA . ♫ Track Name: You're FreeGenre: Chillstep MusicDownload this music for FREE: http://bit.ly/1M1Grhf ► This track's license, Creative Commons Attribution, requires attribution. If you use this song in a video, cite the creator using the info below: CMA - You're Free (Freedom EP) by CMA Music is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. ◄
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the algerian barb horse

the algerian barb horse

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Without the horse, history would have stood silent and there is no better example than the horse of algeria, The Barb. Today this horse is known as the Arabian and throughout the past 4000 years, this magnificent beast has helped to shape human existence. The first written accounts of the Barb were made by the Romans over 2000 years ago, but recent findings of rock paintings in places such as Tassili in Algeria, show these horses existed some 4000 years ago. The Romans exported this animal for help with everyday life and most historians believe that the use of the Barb in times of war helped the Romans to become the dominant force throughout the world. Throughout the history of war, there are records showing these horses participation. Many believe that because of its size, powerful and stocky, and quickness the Barb horse helped to defeat the Germans in First World War and thus ending this dramatic conflict. Today the Barb horse of North Africa is still an integral part of daily life. Used for travel, help with tending to farmlands, and as a show horse, this animal is a symbol of strength, intelligence, and loyalty. The lineage of this graceful being can be found in most breeds throughout the world such as the thoroughbred and the Godolphin Arabian. As you plan your adventure to Algeria, make time to experience the horse that shaped the region. For it is an amazing example of endurance that creates a long lasting beauty and grace that should be experienced by those with a true adventurers spirit. Tags: barb horse, north africa, arabian, roman, rock paintings, tassili
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MAN VS WILD In ALGERIA

MAN VS WILD In ALGERIA

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Wildlife -  Desert Sahara

Wildlife - Desert Sahara

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Wild nature of Algeria.

Wild nature of Algeria.

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Media forest.
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شيخ يعذّب الثعالب حتى الموت في الغرب      To save wildlife in Algeria ,من أجل حماية الحياة البرية في

شيخ يعذّب الثعالب حتى الموت في الغرب To save wildlife in Algeria ,من أجل حماية الحياة البرية في

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Wild Barbary Macaques in Jijel, Algeria

Wild Barbary Macaques in Jijel, Algeria

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12 Strange Things Found in the Sahara

12 Strange Things Found in the Sahara

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From the EYE of the Desert, to the most unique glass fragments from nowhere, these are 12 STRANGE Things Found in the Sahara Desert ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 7. Gerboise Bleue Test Site France became the fourth nuclear powered nation after the USA, USSR and Great Britain. They were eager to test out their destruction device and decided to launch their first test in the Algerian Saharan Desert in 1960’s, with a bomb called the Gerboise bleue, near the Berber county of Reggane. We found the coordinates of the launch testing site and as we took a closer look to try to see the crater google earth, something appears to be cut and pasted of the area where it took place You can still see some of the discoloration of the sand from the original black and white photo that you see here.It you get somewhere close to the testing site by foot, you might come across a sighn like this, warning those who dare venture any further. The huge cloud of sand that was released from the atom bomb apparently spread radioactivity into neighboring countries and even into the south of France. Could the extreme heat from the blast, have created something similar to the Libyan desert glass? 6. Ghadames Located a few hundred miles from mediterranean sea, Ghadames is nicknamed, the pearl of the desert because of its pearl white apartment buildings.It was basically an abandoned city in the Sahara Desert for a long period of time when its source of water dried up. Located in the country of Libya. Ghadames was recently listed as a world heritage site and its origins date back to the 4th millennium BC. After miles and miles of endless desert, people must be thinking they’re seeing a mirage when they come across the revived date orchards. The Romans used it to stor e supplies and helped them secure north africa as part of their empire. Temperatures in this area have reached as high as 131 degrees fahrenheit. New housing was designed around the old city that can put up with the heat and it’s now home to about 10,000 residents. 5. Acacus Mountains This mountain range in the center of the Sahara, forms between the countries of Libya and Algeria. It’s here where you’ll find a large variation of strange dune and rock formations like the Rock arch in Tadrart. This is also where you would find the ancient rock art of the Sahara, or what’s left of it. The paintings depicted giraffes, elephants, ostriches and horses and date back to 12,000 BC. The UNESCO State of Conservation reported a large about of vandalism with sledge hammers that appeared to intentionally inflicted to damage the paintings and many of them were looted. This happened when the country was under a little bit of political chaos. 4. The Saharan Horned Viper By looking at photos, many might come to the conclusion the the Sahara is a lifeless wasteland. But this certainly isn’t the case and it’s home to a unique and somewhat creepy wildlife ecosystem. Possibly the most intimidating looking snake makes itself home in Northern Africa and it has horns coming out of its head, almost like the devil himself. These horns as actually protect their eyes while they’re slithering through the Sahara sands and are very aggressive. This nocturnal, carnivorous creatures feasts on things like rodents, birds and lizards. 3. Desert Breath What could this thing possibly be? A UFO landing site? No it’s actually an art installation in Eastern Egypt. The winds of the Sahara have somewhat eroded the spiral but that’s to be somewhat expected after 10 years. This was created by a group of Greek artists and it covers a space of about 25 acres. Roughly 8000 cubic meters of sand was dug out and there used to be a body of water 98 feet deep in the center but this quickly evaporated. The artists stated that it was meant to represent the infinity of the desert. Today it sort of represents a passage of time. 2. The City of Timbuktu Located on the southern edge of the Sahara in the country of Mali, is where you’ll find the historical city of Timbuktu. It’s used in expressions, describing a really far away place but it does actually exist! Between the 12th and 14 century, this city thrived and was extremely wealthy from trading salt and ivory. This commodity was traded by large caravans of camels and it brought an enormous amount of wealth to the Malian Empire. They constructed immense fortifications around the city with a unique architecture that’s not still commonly seen today. 1.The Eye of the Sahara Hmm ok, i was told there was some kind of eye looking formation somewhere around here on google maps… Where is it? Oh! There it is! American Eye is presenting you the Saharan Eye, which is located in the country or Mauritania! This massive geological structure is in the shape of a nearly perfect circle with a 25 mile diameter! It’s so big, that Nasa used to use it as a reference point when they entered space! There are many theories on how it formed.
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Wow !!! Prehistoric Rock Art paintings in Algeria, Tassili N'Ajjer

Wow !!! Prehistoric Rock Art paintings in Algeria, Tassili N'Ajjer

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Wow !!! Prehistoric Rock Art paintings in Algeria, Tassili N'Ajjer About Channel Klik HERE http://bit.ly/1QTM0zO Tassili n'Ajjer is a vast desert plateau in southern Algeria, stretching from the borders with Niger and Libya to the east, to as far as Amguid in the west, covering an area of 72,000 sq. km. Thousands of years of changing Saharan climate and erosion have created stunning geological features with towering sandstone pillars, deep canyons and more than 300 natural arches. Tassili n'Ajjer shot into worldwide fame in the 1930s, not for its landscape but for the precious collection of ancient rock art in the area. Since their discovery, more than 15,000 petroglyphs and paintings have been identified representing 10,000 years of human history and environmental change. One of the most striking feature of these petroglyphs is the way they evolved with the change in climate. Located in a strange lunar landscape of great geological interest, this site has one of the most important groupings of prehistoric cave art in the world. More than 15,000 drawings and engravings record the climatic changes, the animal migrations and the evolution of human life on the edge of the Sahara from 6000 BC to the first centuries of the present era. The geological formations are of outstanding scenic interest, with eroded sandstones forming ‘forests of rock’. The oldest art belongs to the so-called “Large Wild Fauna Period” (10,000-6,000 BC) characterized almost entirely by engravings of animals such as hippopotamus, crocodiles, elephants, giraffes, buffaloes and rhinos, depicting the abundant wildlife at a time when the Sahara was green and fertile. Humans appear as tiny figures dwarfed by the immensity of these animals and are often shown holding boomerangs or throwing sticks, clubs, axes or bows. Overlapping with this era is the Round Head Period (8,000-6,000 BC) where human figures with elaborate attires took dominance. These figures ranged from a few centimeters to several meters tall. The majority of Round Head paintings portray people with round featureless heads and formless bodies. Some of the pieces seem to suggest shamanism with bodies flying through space or bowing before huge male figures that tower above them. About 7,000 years ago, domesticated animals began to appear in the art. This period is known as the Pastoral Period. Rock art from this period reflects a changing attitude towards nature and property. Human figures became more prominent, and man was no longer shown as part of nature but portrayed as being above nature, yet able to derive sustenance from it. Wild animals gave way to cattle and stock. Later drawings (3500 years ago) depicts horses and horse-drawn chariots. It’s unlikely that chariots were ever driven across the rocky Sahara, so researchers believe the figures of chariots and armed men are symbolic, representing ownership of land, or control of its inhabitants. As the climate became progressively drier, horses were replaced by camels as evident from the rock art from the most recent period about 2000 years ago. Tassili N'Ajjer lies about 500 meters above the level of the desert. The plateau can only be reached by climbing on foot, with camping materials and supplies drawn by donkeys and camels. Large diurnal temperature variations and the absence of basic amenities make the trip extremely challenging, so only the young and the hardy attempt to reach it. Recent violence and insecurity in the country have further isolated Tassili N'Ajjer from the routes of most tourists.
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الحيوانات في الجزائر - Animals in Algeria

الحيوانات في الجزائر - Animals in Algeria

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مرحبا بكم في قناتي، ساعدونا بمشاركة روابط الفيديو على صفحاتكم واشتركوا وفعلوا زر التنببهات ليصلكم كل جديد، من فضلكم لا تعيدوا تحميل فيديوهاتي، بل شاركوا الروابط الخاصة بها، وشكرا. https://goo.gl/n8uJXd https://www.facebook.com/Ali-Bekki-804067366418195/ Algerian gameplay Dz Gameplay Algerian Gaming
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The smallest fox with the biggest ears! - Super Cute Animals: Preview - BBC One

The smallest fox with the biggest ears! - Super Cute Animals: Preview - BBC One

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Programme website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b053d3b0 The fennec's ears help it to survive in the heat of the desert dunes.
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Algeria's longest highway tunnel built by Chinese company cut through

Algeria's longest highway tunnel built by Chinese company cut through

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A 2,425-meter-long highway tunnel was successfully cut through Thursday in Algeria, marking a milestone for construction of the mega highway linking the south and north of the North Africa country. The T2 tunnel, the longest highway tunnel in Algeria, is built by CSCEC, China's state-run construction and engineering giant. The North-South highway is a dual three-lane way linking the capital Algiers and the border town of In-Guezzam. According to the contract, CSCEC will be responsible for 53 km of the mega road, including more than 40 bridges and several tunnels, which is the most challenging and complicated section of the road due to the mountainous landscape. Despite the difficulties, the company said it pays a great deal of attention to the environment, and intends to maintain the biodiversity and protect the wildlife in the mountains. The mega-highway is expected to be completed by 2025.
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wild life protection in Algeria , message from copenhagen Zoo- Danmark

wild life protection in Algeria , message from copenhagen Zoo- Danmark

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Algeria is big country with avarious wild life , we have to protect it
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Tribe Found After 20,000 YEARS OF ISOLATION

Tribe Found After 20,000 YEARS OF ISOLATION

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From E.T. Phoning Home, to an Amazonian tribe that stayed in Isolation for 20,000 years, this is TRENDING TUESDAYS ! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife Did you ever wonder why birds don’t have teeth? Well, an answer may have been found. Scientists now believe the evolutionary trait may have started with a teenage dinosaur whose teeth fell out. Limasaurus (lim-uh-sore-us) is said to have lived around 160 million years ago. And when it hatched from its shell, the creature had rows of small, sharp teeth. But a study shows that as the creature matured into adulthood, its teeth fell out … leaving behind only a beaklike set of jaws. The discovery was made after studying fossils of dinosaurs that had died in mud in a province of China. The study suggests the dinosaur started life as a carnivore or omnivore, using its baby teeth to chew meat … until the loss of those teeth necessitated it become a herbivore. Limusaurus (lim-uh-sore-us) belonged to the theropod family of two-legged dinosaurs and may have resembled modern-day emus (ee-m’yoos). The last birds with teeth are thought to have vanished some 66 million years ago. Is ET Phoning Home? Bursts of radio waves have been detected from 3 billion light years away. Researchers from McGill University in Montreal have captured the waves using the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia … and at Puerto Rico’s Arecibo Observatory. The six bursts of radio waves detected are known as ‘Fast Radio Bursts’ or FRBs. Because FRBs appear randomly and temporarily, they’re difficult to locate and study. Because it’s not completely known what could generate such a burst, speculation ensues that the waves could be anything from the collision of stars to artificially created messages. These most recent bursts of energy last for only a few milliseconds, and originate from the constellation Auriga (aw-RIE-guh). Previously, 11 such bursts were detected from the same location. Some experts suggest that rules out a one-time event … and indicates that this is a deliberate attempt to communicate with Earth. But Stephen Hawking says we shouldn't answer that call … because alien civilizations would likely try to conquer us and colonize the planet. Should we answer the call? For only the second time in 37 years, snow fell on the Sahara Desert! Amazing pictures taken by satellite show the desert expanse draped over with what appears to be a white veil. The snow blanketed an area in North Africa, near the border of Algeria and Morocco. A striking image depicting the snowfall in the Algerian town of Ain Sefra (ain’seff-rah) were posted to Facebook by an amateur photographer. In it, you can see the red sand dunes dusted with snow … almost making it appear like a molten Photoshop effect. Snow was last seen in the area in 1979, during a storm which lasted for around half an hour. This time, it lasted for about a day before melting away. Did you know that during winter, temperatures in the Sahara can drop below freezing … 32 degrees F, or 0 Celsius. A previously uncontacted tribe of indigenous people were spotted in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest … and it’s thought they’ve lived in isolation for the past 20,000 years! Photographer Ricardo Stuckert spotted them and snapped pictures of the tribe while riding in a helicopter over the Amazon jungle. Photos show the tribespeople appearing to be panic-stricken upon seeing the helicopter … and fled to from their thatched dwellings to hide in the jungle foliage. Still baffled by the intrusion, tribesmen fired primitive arrows at the copter. The tribe is still unidentified, but is thought to be nomadic. This remote area of the Amazon rainforest is on the Brazilian border of Peru, Colombia and Bolivia … and is thought to contain around 100 indigenous tribes who live isolated from the modern world. Experts think this particular tribe may number up to 300 people. While it’s unknown what language they speak, experts say the tribespeople did send a message when they shot arrows at the helicopter: That being, “Leave us alone”!
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Copy of the wild animals in algeria

Copy of the wild animals in algeria

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khaled takes a photo of wild animals in the east and south algeria
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| Woods in Algeria 🌳 | .. Enjoy 🌳🌱🍃

| Woods in Algeria 🌳 | .. Enjoy 🌳🌱🍃

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Algeria 🌸 I adore nature and wildlife 🍀
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National Geographic Animals | The Rise Of BLACK WOLF - Discovery Wild Wildlife

National Geographic Animals | The Rise Of BLACK WOLF - Discovery Wild Wildlife

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National Geographic Animals | The Rise Of BLACK WOLF - Discovery Wild Wildlife National Geographic (formerly National Geographic Channel and also commercially abbreviated and trademarked as Nat Geo) is an American digital cable and satellite television network that is owned by National Geographic Partners, majority-owned by 21st Century Fox with the remainder owned by the National Geographic Society. The flagship channel airs non-fiction television programs produced by National Geographic and other production companies. Like History and Discovery Channel, the channel features documentaries with factual content involving nature, science, culture, and history, plus some reality and pseudo-scientific entertainment programming. Its primary sister network worldwide, including the United States, is Nat Geo Wild, which focuses on animal-related programming, including the popular Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan. Nat Geo Wild https://goo.gl/8h8lGg Nat Geo Wild (stylized as Nat Geo WILD or abbreviated as NGW) is a cable/satellite TV channel focused primarily on wildlife and natural history programming. Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent (the first being Asia). At about 30.3 million km2 (11.7 million square miles) including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20.4% of its total land area.[2] With 1.2 billion[1] people as of 2016, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. The continent is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, both the Suez Canal and the Red Sea along the Sinai Peninsula to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The continent includes Madagascar and various archipelagos. It contains 54 fully recognised sovereign states (countries), nine territories and two de facto independent states with limited or no recognition.[3] Africa's average population is the youngest amongst all the continents;[4][5] the median age in 2012 was 19.7, when the worldwide median age was 30.4.[6] Algeria is Africa's largest country by area, and Nigeria is its largest by population. Africa, particularly central Eastern Africa, is widely accepted as the place of origin of humans and the Hominidae clade (great apes), as evidenced by the discovery of the earliest hominids and their ancestors, as well as later ones that have been dated to around seven million years ago, including Sahelanthropus tchadensis, Australopithecus africanus, A. afarensis, Homo erectus, H. habilis and H. ergaster—with the earliest Homo sapiens (modern human) found in Ethiopia being dated to circa 200,000 years ago.[7] Africa straddles the equator and encompasses numerous climate areas; it is the only continent to stretch from the northern temperate to southern temperate zones.[8] Africa hosts a large diversity of ethnicities, cultures and languages. In the late 19th century European countries colonised almost all of Africa. Africa also varies greatly with regard to environments, economics, historical ties and government systems. However, most present states in Africa originate from a process of decolonisation in the 20th century. African nations have attempted to cooperate through the establishment of the African Union, which is headquartered in Addis Ababa.
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Wildlife of Algeria

Wildlife of Algeria

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28996 tiere CCTV Afrique Conserving and protecting Algeria's wildlife

28996 tiere CCTV Afrique Conserving and protecting Algeria's wildlife

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Wildlife in Algeria With Tito

Wildlife in Algeria With Tito

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Gallery hawks and rural life in Algeria

Gallery hawks and rural life in Algeria

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A documentary Wildlife and agricultural development in Algeria
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أبلق شمالي Traquet motteux

أبلق شمالي Traquet motteux

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Wildlife in algeria
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