Bicycle Haüs is a Gleaming Green Mecca for Cycling Enthusiasts

March 26, 2014 by  
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Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow

March 26, 2014 by  
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Anyone that’s ever tried to ride a bicycle through the sand or snow knows how easily standard tires are bogged down, making it a near impossible feat. But a new fleet of “fatbikes” , like Rungu’s new Juggernaut bike , have got that problem pegged. Equipped with large, soft tires, these bikes practically float over snow and sand. Read the rest of Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bicycle , bicycle for sand , bicycle for snow , bike with two front tires , fat bikes , green transportation , Rungu , Rungu bike , Rungu Juggernaut , Rungu Kilimanjaro , Rungu three-wheeled bike , Tricycle        

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Grim Map Shows Former Lion Habitat Versus Their Current, Dwindling Range

March 26, 2014 by  
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The magnificent lion has captured our imaginations for centuries, but disease, loss of habitat and other general human nastiness has decimated the lion populations in Africa. Where there was once around 400,000 lions just 60 years ago, today there are only an estimated 16,500 – 47,000 lions left and every generation that number drops by anywhere from 30-50 percent. This map shows the lion’s former range (red) and the current areas where lions can be found (blue). Read the rest of Grim Map Shows Former Lion Habitat Versus Their Current, Dwindling Range Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: animal extinction , animal populations , current lion habitat , historic lion habitat , IUCN lions , IUCN lions vulnerable , IUCN red list , IUCN red list animals , IUCN red list lions , lion disease , lion habitat , lion human conflict , lion hunting , lion killing , lion population dropping , lion populations , lions threatened , lions vulnerable        

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