Africa

Feeding Frenzy

At first glance this might appear to be a a blurry cloud above the ocean but it is in fact hundreds of seabirds feeding on fish! News of the feast has spread fast, and you can see more birds approaching…

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Wednesday, 25th April 2007

Nature Calls

I suppose it had to happen eventually, but a submitter (who actually asked to remain anonymous!), thinks they may have found the first Google Earth image of… someone doing something which we must all do at least once a day.1…

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Friday, 23rd March 2007

National Geographic African Megaflyover Project

News has spread across the internet over the last day or two of a “hack” that allows you much more zooming on Google Maps. Unfortunately for all the people who’ve wasted hours scanning the earth, this is really nothing new.…

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Thursday, 8th March 2007

N’dama Skull

In the desert of Mali, West Africa, we find the skull of an ex-cow, which was captured as part of the National Geographic Africa Megaflyover project. By the look of those horns, I’d say the skull probably once belonged to…

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Wednesday, 31st January 2007

The World’s Largest Plasma TV

Google Earth satellite images have unearthed Samsung’s top secret development of the World’s largest Plasma Television. After Japanese manufacturer Matsushita topped the South Korean electronics company’s 102″ plasma with a 103″ model Samsung moved developments to the African country of…

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Monday, 29th January 2007

Addis Ababa-Bole Airport Crash

This post was updated 29th July 2007 On the 19th of June 2005, a Mahfooz Aviation Boeing 707-347C crashed while landing at Addis Ababa-Bole Airport in Ethiopia. Luckily all 5 crew survived, but the aircraft was written off. Although I…

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Friday, 8th December 2006
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