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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF RTENEWS
52.1% of rtenews's followers are female and 47.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.30%. The average number of likes per post is 972 and the average number of comments is 62.
Rtenews loves posting about Photography, Travel.
Check rtenews's audience demography. This analytics report shows rtenews's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR RTENEWS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF RTENEWS
- Beauty & Fashion 65.75 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 50.06 %
- Fitness & Yoga 43.03 %
- Travel & Tourism 42.73 %
- Art & Design 42.35 %
- Photography 37.74 %
- Home & Garden 36.91 %
- Books and Literature 34.47 %
- Business & Careers 34.22 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 33.74 %
Ireland set for intense display of autumn colours Ireland’s rural and urban landscapes are set be saturated by an intense display of autumnal reds, yellows and browns, according to a top Trinity botanist. Professor of Botany at Trinity College Dublin, Jennifer McElwain, predicted the country faces the colourful spectacle next week, or the week after, as trees prepare for winter. “We are going to be looking at intense colours in the next week to two weeks,” the botany professor said. Professor McElwain attributed her prediction to many factors including: the length of day sunshine and the absence of stormy weather. “We know based on the science that the colour of leaves is very strongly linked to light levels. If we had a dull cloudy wet autumn, we would not have such a spectacular display. “We have had a relatively still autumn with not too many storms. That means the leaves haven’t been whipped off the trees,” added Professor McElwain. There are a number of scientific theories to why leaves change colour at autumn. Professor Jennifer McElwain said the changes relate to plants feeding themselves from their leaves. “The job of reabsorbing all of the nutrients that the plant needs to survive involves pigments. Those pigments we see as yellow and red,” said Professor McElwain. Other theories hypothesis the changes in colours are to either attract birds or fend off pests. “One reason why we think leaves go a beautiful colour is to protect them from light. Another reason is that the colour is signalling to insects, particularly aphids, to say: ‘don’t overwinter on me’ because I am toxic. “Another hypothesis is the red colour and the yellow colour is signalling to birds that the tree’s berries are ripe and ready to be eaten so its seeds can be dispersed,” said Professor McElwain. Words and pictures by Cian McCormack. #Autumn #Seasons #Ireland #Leaves #Colour #No Filter #Outdoors
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Daily life in Indonesia Fishermen work at a pond in Depok, West Java, Indonesia. Indonesia has reported 4,127 new coronavirus infections, bringing the total number of cases in the southeast Asian country to 344,749. Indonesia also recorded 129 new deaths, the highest daily increase in fatalities since 30 September. According to the Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, the Indonesian government has set a budget for the national economic recovery amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. #Fishing #Indonesia #Covid-19
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