During last few days I've read too many heartbreaking news. No matter who resort to violence and against whichever religion or region. It's really sad. We are spending too much energy on spreading hatred and negativity. Countries are rich enough to spend millions on their defence against the enemy on the other side of the border but they don't care about the enemy called hunger killing their own people! The children in war ridden areas can't sleep in night not due to loud music coming from Neighbors home but the screams of people after fresh bombarding and attacks. We have to become voice of the weak! We have to break this chain of hatred. We can make our Earth beautiful again because it's our mother and we should never cause our mother any pain!
A native of the Mollem Wildlife Sanctuary also in danger of losing its home, is the Malabar gliding frog or Malabar flying frog (Rhacophorus malabaricus), a rhacophorid tree frog species found in the Western Ghats of India. Like many moss frogs, they build foam nests above small pools of water, into which the tadpoles drop after hatching.
In a distant future, a boy comes to the Earth along with many others. Mankind, whatever left of it, has left the Earth after destroying it and has been living since on the space stations for a couple centuries. After observing for decades that nature has regained what's rightfully her's and the Earth is inhabitable, mankind has returned to the Earth hoping for a fresh start.
They might be technological giants but have been eating the food cultured in labs and the agriculture is a folklore to them. For the new generation children even the thought that man once existed in harmony with all the lifeforms on Earth is nothing but a legend.
When the first batch of humans land on the Earth, a boy walks around their lander and stares at the giant trees not far from him. The boy, recollecting the stories his father told about the Earth, wondered what really happened.