Monday, February 13, 2006

A New "GARDEN OF EDEN"

Just imagine - in this day and age - science discovers a lost world, full of never before seen species and untouched by humans? Quite incredible yet true!

Wallace independently came to his theory of evolution after studying indonesia's wildlife and in particular the amazing birds of paradise...

The 'rediscovered' six wired bird of paradise


"It's beautiful, untouched, unpopulated forest; there's no evidence of human impact or presence up in these mountains," Dr Beehler told the BBC News website.

Let's hope it stays that way.

3 comments:

Paru said...

Sam, this is exactly where my apprehesions about ecotourism lie.

Sam L Carr said...

absolutely right. ecotourism shd work to save not to exploit.

paru said...

not exploit? Is it really humanly possible?

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