For a wealthy suburb, the capybara population presents perrplexing problems.
The orderly layout of New York City's streets makes getting around easy.
A large number of classic cars from the US shows the resourcefulness of Cubans.
Jump rope is a competitive sport whose variety of forms take practice to master.
Standing on millions of tree trunks, the city faces threats to its existence.
Climate change has forced land reclamation projects that harm marine ecosystems.
Along with fishing and farming, the Luo culture values marriage and family.
Everyone joins together one Saturday per month to do community service projects.
Goats climb trees in search of Argan fruit. The leftovers become profitable oil.
One of the world's longest trains carries ore across the desert to the coast.
A national park invites hikers to enjoy its scenery and explore its cave.
The magical ruins of a countryside church suggest it has a mysterious past.
A gigantic market is the center of community life and drives the local economy.
This scenic lagoon is at the center of a Maya legend about protection animals.
Families grow plenty of food for themselves and their neighbors in home gardens.
Reindeer pull skiers in races that provide cool entertainment during the winter.
Valentine's Day wouldn't be the same without the sayings on Sweethearts candy.
A marriage tradition on this island is a gift of antique elephant tusks.
An ancient Roman aqueduct transported water to this town. Now it brings history.
Humans destroyed and then resurrected the world's fourth largest inland lake.
Breaking up large ships for recycling and resale is a dangerous job for workers.
The world's tallest building has much more to recommend it than just height.
Watch out for peacocks if you come to this town in Florida. They're everywhere.
The Great Wall of China was built as protection from northern invading forces.