- Bhutan residents celebrate royal birth by planting 108000 trees
- The happy country that set a Guinness record for planting 49,672 trees in just one hour welcomes the birth of a new prince by more than doubling that planting.
- How The Tiny, Poor Country Of Bhutan Became One Of The Most Sustainable
- For its beautiful forests and mountains and ancient Buddhist architecture, Bhutan—a poor, isolated country sandwiched between India and China that famously measures Gross National Happiness as its main economic indicator—has been called the last ...
- Bhutan Celebrates Newborn Prince by Planting 108000 Trees
- Tens of thousands of citizens of the tiny kingdom of Bhutan came together earlier this month to welcome their newborn prince with Buddhist symbols by planting 108,000 trees, each sealed with a prayer for the heir to the throne. Prime Minister Tshering ...
- Pale Green Awlet found in Bhutan
- Butterfly: The presence of Pale Green Awlet (Burara gomata), a nocturnal butterfly, was recorded as the latest addition to the Hesperiidae family of butterflies recently.
- Stunning Photos of Bhutan's Isolated Yak Herders | The Weather Channel
- Portrait and social documentary photographer AJ Heath, 37, spent 12 days living with semi-nomadic yak herders in the Brokpa villages of Bhutan in June 2015.
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