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Research shows that crocodilians are a surprisingly vocal group—particularly between mothers and young. 
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Boht allebei !!!!? Las dos. 
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Photo of the Day: A common sight on Lake Zurich, replica swans crown the costumes of children representing the canton of Zurich at the Saignelégier Horse Show in Saignelégier, Switzerland.
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Very nice photo of the day. Everyone knows that white swans wait on children which joyfully give swans food during the cold winter.
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From lead to arsenic, take a look at some of the most surprising additives used in historic makeup. 
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+singby pass​​​​​​ +Stephen Beres​​​​​​ thank you, I did, one lingering concern about radium infused products is not the obsolete products themselves which stopped all production in late 1930s, but the beautiful 100 year old CONTAINERS used in production of some of these consumer products. Some are actually collectors items, Europe, Asia, not sure about the US. This is a subject that interests me. Radium has a half life of 1000 years at least, am I correct?. If just one microcurie remains..
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Despite global opposition, sealing persists in Namibia—where as many as 400,000 pelts have been exported in the last decade.
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Cute picture and that's very sad😢😢😢😢😢
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Watch: Only ten percent of the old growth forest remains on Vancouver Island, Canada. Here's why it needs to be protected. 
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To avoid being cannibalized, male spiders of some widow species have found that choosing the right female makes all the difference. 
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Don't they check to see if the female has recently eaten, or bring a 'doggy bag' as present, hoping she will be satiated? Kinda old school buying dinner and then. . .
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Published more than a century ago, dive into selected excerpts from our inaugural magazine issue.
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Happy Anniversary
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Watch: This mantis sometimes attracts more insects than the flowers it imitates. Can you spot the difference? 
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so amazing
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In celebration of #WorldRhinoDay, take a look back at some of our most powerful images of these imperiled animals. 
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acaben con los cazadores de este magnifico animal, sin piedad
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Photo of the Day: Studded with hay bales, the golden landscape appears to glimmer in this aerial shot of Ireland's Leinster Province.
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It looks like dust specks on a wood plank, LOL!
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The big cats' home territories are 44 times bigger than previously thought, a new study using GPS collars reveals.
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a fantastic cat.beautiful.
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To protect bat species across Mexico, conservationist Rodrigo Medellín looks to tequila production—and the agave that makes it possible. #ExplorerMoments
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사람들이 보통 사진 찍을 때 생각을 오래 해서 밧데리 성능이 30년간 개선되어온 듯 해요. 본인의 경우, 자동차를 인터넷에서 알아보니, '계획을 세워서 다니라'는 말을 들었어요.
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