Kenya’s empty nets: How cheap Chinese fish imports have hooked purchasers

( CNN) With nets in hand and the boat’s motor chugging along on still waters, dozens of anglers set out to Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, at the crack of dawn. It’s a scene that’s been repeated for generations. Fishing is the mainstay of lake-side local communities in Kenya. It has fueled the economy and […]

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David Lynch’s festival of disruption review- not quite reaching its peak

This two-day multidisciplinary event felt thin in places, particularly the film portion, but offered an interesting glimpse into artists influenced by the auteur David Lynchs festival of disruption has been one of Los Angeless most anticipated cultural events this year. Ahead of Twin Peaks return in 2017, it served as a mini multi-disciplinary retrospective for […]

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Frightening battle between hammerhead and tiger shark caught on video

Image: instagram Despite what totally realistic movies like Sharknado and The Shallows ( or the original Jaws ) say to you, sharks aren’t usually dangerous. To us. To each other, they can be brutal. In an admittedly unusual instance, fisherman William Walldiscovered a hammerhead shark and a tiger shark in a fight to the demise […]

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Proof Of Native American King’s House Last Seen By Spanish Conquistadors Seen In Florida

When the Spanish rounded the Florida Keys in the 16 th century, they discovered a complex indigenous society based around chiefdoms and tributes. The European explorers greeted the King of the Calusa people at his wonderful house constructed atop an artificial island off the Floridian coast. Now, archaeologists think they have rediscovered this house– up […]

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