Lake Malawi has more fish species than any other freshwater system on earth.
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Women carrying water from stepwell near Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Women and children often walk long distances to bring back jugs of water that they carry on their head.
Amazingly enough Humpback Whales fish with nets, bubble nets that it.
Have you ever wanted to ride around South Africa’s leading bike track @Kyalami?

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The Serengeti, Tanzania hosts the world’s largest wildlife migration on Earth with over 750,000 zebra marching ahead of 1.2 million wildebeest as they make their collective annual pilgrimmage
The leaning tower of Pisa was never straight.
Soon after building started in 1173, the foundation of the Pisa tower settled unevenly. Construction was stopped, and was continued only a 100 years later.
A pavillion in the grounds of Gyeongbokgung Palace, South Korea
Did you know the Sahara desert is roughly the same size as the United States of America?
An American field ant can carry between 10 and 50 times its own body weight, the equivalent of a human adult lifting up an SUV.
What animal could possibly eat an 8ft stinging Jellyfish?
The answer might surprise you.
Catch up: the final fight, Idris Elba fights back! This Saturday at 20.00 on Discovery Channel

Discovery Africa | Idris Elba Fighter: Idris Is A knockout
The beautiful village of Gordes, in the south of France
Dolphins can eat up anywhere between 20-50 pounds of fish a day.
We are happy to announce that Ant Anstead will join Mike Brewer as the new cohost and lead mechanic for season 14 of Wheeler Dealers.
Edd China is departing after 13 seasons to pursue other projects and we wish him all the best.
The dramatic mountain peaks, glens and ridges of Coigach overlooking Loch Lugainn on the wild and remote peninsula deep in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland.
Large shards of ice form across the surface of Siberia's Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world with a maximum depth of 1642 meters (5387 ft).
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Discovery Africa
Did you know Frogs don't often drink with their mouths? They can absorb water through their skin.
They have a 'seat pouch', an area on their bellies which is designed for water absorption.
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