The giant highland banana (Musa ingens), which is native to New Guinea's tropical montane forests, is the largest species of banana plant. Its main "trunk" can reach heights of 15 meters (49 feet) and its unfurled leaves can reach heights of 20 meters (66 feet).
When it comes to topics about races and cultures around the world, Melanesians are probably rarely discussed. Also known to be living in West Papua, they are originally from Melanesian and they are the only black people with blonde hair. It is an Oceania’s subregion, stretching all the way from New Guinea to the Arafura sea and close to the east where Fiji.
1. Smilodon Is a genus of the extinct machairodont subfamily of the felids. It is one of the most famous prehistoric mammals and the best known saber-toothed cat. Although commonly known as the saber-toothed tiger, it was not closely related to the tiger or other modern cats. 2. Tasmanian tiger Is an extinct carnivorous marsupial which was native in island state of Tasmania, New Guinea, and the Australian mainland. It was one of the largest known carnivorous marsupials evolving about 2 million years ago. The
Sugarcane is a tall perennial grass in the genus Saccharum that is commonly used for production of sugar. The plant grows to about 2 or more metres high with stout, jointed and fibrous stalks rich in sucrose. Sugarcane is native to South East Asia and New Guinea though, it's now in many regions of the globe. What some people don't know is that, sugarcane is a flowering plant in the grass family, Poaceae - whose other members are maize, sorghum, rice, wheat and other forage crops. In this article, I will majorly
New Guinea, Scarification Scarification is the art performed on the body that includes decoration the body with patterns and numerous artistic scars.Tattoos to women are an indication of great beauty and scars are given to men mostly during initiation.
Crazy rites of passage into manhood have been around for a long time. Throughout history, humans have come up with some pretty bizarre, and sometimes violent, methods for their children to prove themselves worthy enough to call themselves men. Nowadays, in much of the developed world, becoming a man consists of surviving to the age of 18, at which point you can buy all the vape juice and pornography your heart desires.
Every nation in the world has its own way of doing things. Some things may look weird to you, but to them the things are considered as beauty. These are some of the most interesting things about people in various countries around the world. Scarification, Western Africa especially in New Guinea
The Dani people, also spelled Ndani, and sometimes conflated with the Lani group to the west, are a people from the central highlands of western New Guinea, the Indonesian province of Papua.
People become hopelessly enamored with rainbow eucalyptus whenever they first see it. Serious tone and astringent aroma make the tree extraordinary. Where Do Rainbow Eucalyptus Grow? Rainbow (Eucalyptus deglupta) is the main eucalyptus tree native toward the northern hemisphere of the globe. It fills in the Philippines, New Guinea, and Indonesia where it flourishes in tropical locations that get a ton of rain downpour.
Kenya is known to have vast varieties of wildlife due to its beautiful nature and landscapes. The climatic conditions in Kenya is favourable for all types of wild animals.Most of the diverse habitats in Kenya include the savannah grasslands, tropical rainforest and deserts. All the species of these wild animals can inhabit where they can survive most.
Every community has its own way of grieving for their deceased beloved ones. The loss of a beloved one causes emotional and psychological pain and suffering. In some cultures believe that emotional pain should be represented through a physical pain. The Dani people of Papau, New Guinea have taken this to a whole new level by chopping off fingers. Surprisingly, not everyone in the tribe, but the women. A woman who has lost a child or a family member has to cut off a finger midway. This way if the deceased was
1.Malaysia Airlines, Flight MH 370 This is one of the worlds puzzling disappearance. It had 239 passengers on board. It vanished on its way to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in 2014 March 8th .Rescuers spent months searching in the Southern Indian ocean to no avail until they stood down their efforts. 2.Air France Flight 447. It crashed into the Atlantic ocean with 216 passenger and 12 crew on board ten years ago. The cause of the crash was a mystery until the black box flight data and voice recorders recovered from
Almost everybody has had his or her own encounters with snakes. Whether you have seen them crawling around or behind a screen in the museum. Some of these reptiles are gorgeous with amazing colors and many collectors have opted to take care of these creatures. Snake collectors look for extraordinary snakes with amazing colors and later on sell them to the highest bidder who is willing to take care of them. What will surprise you is that some of these snakes are very expensive and their price is almost equivalent
Photos Of The Largest Banana Trees In The World, Where Found, Size Of Leafs And Size Of Ripe Banana.
Photos Of The Largest Banana Trees In The World, Where Found, Size Of Leafs And Size Of Ripe Banana. Monday, 5th July 2021, Nairobi Kenya. Banana is one of the most popular and widely consumed fruit in the world and did you know that there is a country where the biggest bananas are found?.
These are the most unique plants and animals that you may not have seen.The are the rarest species on this planet. You will have learnt something after seeing them. Glauces Atlanticus This is a species of the sea slug which is also called the blue angel.This is a pretty rare creature found on the coast of South Africa and Austalia. It's mesmerizing looks beautify the nature. It is carnivorous and feeds on other sea creatures. Rainbow Eucalyptus This tree has a colourful and unique bark.It is found in New Guinea,Indonesia,Papua
1. Door to Hell Turkmenistan It was light by Soviet Engineers in 1971. It has been burning non-stop since then. It is a natural gas field in Turkmenistan. 2. Crab Migration Over 120 million ref crabs migrate annually from the Christmas Island going north. It happens in October and November as they go to mate. 3. Rainbow Eucalyptus There is a tree in the Northern Hemisphere and New Guinea scientifically known as Eucalyptus deglupta. It has the rainbow colors. The inner bark is bright green. The outer bark sh
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world after Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo.Its capital city is Antananarivo.
A) Long-eared jerboa. Looking more like a very small rabbit than a rodent,the long-eared jerboa can be found in the grasslands and desert between China and Mongolia.It's only about 8cm long,but those huge ears make up a good portion of it's body length,allowing it to hear predators very well,and hop of on its powerful hind legs like an absurdy sweet miniature Kangaroo. B) Fennec fox. Looking more like a cartoon than an animal,the fennec fox has adapted to a life of high temperature,sandy environments and little