The story of Nauru, the "country that ate itself"
The life of Japanese dog Hachikō
The story of the Aral Sea’s disappearance
The Endurance: a story of survival in Antarctica
How this river in the U.S. inspired an environmental movement
The big 5 mass extinctions on Earth
Where is this place?
Imaju slobodu druze sto ti ocigledno nerazumes
Incredible ...white man bad man?
When words come like wiped out, genocide, massacre, extinction also name of Europe comes.
far out they just got to wreck shit aye
Where there is no outside intervention the natives thrive.
Europeans never conquested that territory, they pass by many times but no colonies. The first successful settlement was made by the Chilean government in 1843 and they were responsible of their extinction, not the Europeans. Sadly late 1800 begging of the 1900 Chileans were killing kaweshkars
Its so amazing to know about them.
Mère nature est toujours assez gentille avec ceux qui comprennent et adoptent des mesures de prévention pour profiter et apprendre à vivre dans des conditions extrêmement difficiles. 💞
so sad that thay're all gone now
Darwin’s book - voyage of the beagle - describes Tierra del Fuego and how they would cannibalise the old women when they needed food ... an amazing account of the area. He also depicts the South American continent- a good read, his description takes you to the places he visited! X
thought you might find this interesting 🧐
The indigenous people of Tierra del Fuego were very similar. Unfortunately, they too did not survive colonisation.
Everywhere the European went they messed up everything!
Beautiful message and very true. Humanity needs to regain that sensitivity and compassion to our Mother Nature.
Is there a documentary on them?
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