23 Desember 2008

Google Earth help Scientist Finding the Lost World

BY Nunung Indrianto IN 1 comment


In the past, the adventurers must take a no-direction adventure to find the areas that have not reached before. But now, scientists can rely on online map service Google Earth to find new exploration areas. It is also with a group of scientists from the British called Kew Gardens. They succeeded to find the 'lost world', full of rare and exotic species. 'The world is missing' in the form of virgin forest that is still not explored in Mozambique, especially in Mount Mabu. Although, before they use Google Earth, they have ignored this area because this region is difficult and the war factor that still run in Mozambique.


After researching via Google Earth, researchers have come to that lost world. So far, in a short time they have found the exotic species such as the dwarf chameleon, a new species of butterfly, giant snakes, and rare bird colonies. The Expedition's Head, Jonathan Timberlake will be surprised with the number of wild life that they find there. Previously, scientists had not have come to the area, the name was not even in the conventional map. In fact, according to Jonathan, the most people in Mozambique do not realize the existence of that place. Luckily, scientists successfully find this via Google Earth. This report read from DailyMail and detikINET, Tuesday (23/12/2008).


Berita dari detikI net, sebuah regu ilmuwan mengklaim telah menemukan sebuah lokasi Dunia yang Hilang berkat bantuan Google Earth. Daerah itu berada di kawasan Gunung Mabu. Dilokasi Dunia yang Hilang ini para ilmuwan menjumpai binatang-binatang dengan species baru.Species baru itu diantaranya bunglon kerdil, spesies baru kupu-kupu, ular raksasa, dan koloni burung langka. Dari Dailymail.com juga diberitakan bahwa ternyata masyarakat setempat baru menyadari jika ada ada dunia yang hilang didekat mereka tinggal. Waah..kira-kira kalau di Indonesia, dunia yang hilang itu ada dimana ya?Banyak kali ya...
Ya wis.... ayok, install Google Earth (http://earth.google.com).

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