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"We try and bio-mimic the patterns that nature employs."
The fake landmassessome as large as football fieldshelp foster the growth of pollution-eating microbes.
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Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Ciemon Frank Cabelles, the residents of Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk—one of the Rock Islands of Palau—surround a snorkeler in their midst. #photography
A snorkeler swims among golden jellyfish in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Saw this little guy at the end of my walk, today. He looked drunk on paperbark flower nectar. 
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"When something like cognition becomes the framework that the visuals have to hang off of, then that behavior is absolutely critical to the story telling," says senior editor Kathy Moran. Hear how she and photographer Brian Skerry tackled the difficult task of conveying dolphin intelligence for the May issue of National Geographic magazine. #NatGeoProof
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A Hopeful Romantic

Jenny Schwartz is an Australian contemporary romance author.

Contemporary Romance is dramatic. It deals with powerful emotions and massive problems. It is ordinary people struggling, striving, dreaming, hoping and triumphing -- that's the key! There's a guaranteed happy ending. Life gets insanely complicated, but Contemporary Romance says "keep hoping, keep fighting" because love is stronger than all the chaos.

Jenny has a degree in Sociology and History -- people watching and digging into the past. Her dream is to live beside the sea and her books often have a coastal setting, the stories celebrating the joy of falling in love and the freedom of choosing to follow your heart.

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Kiss It Better - Quarter Life Crisis Romance - New Adult, All Grown up - is out Oct 2014
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