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Explore photographer Edward Burtynsky's striking images of modern landscapes—so often a mix of both human and natural influences. 
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Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.
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As the smallest birds on Earth, hummingbirds may seem frail—but it turns out these airborne jewels are as tough as diamonds.
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A small bird hummingbird is happy to live in areas with a hot climate. Small birds that live in the mountains and in the woods and must survive the cold continental climate with ten degrees below zero. So I can personally say that these birds like the stars if you survive. I always think that a man should pay more attention to the little creatures and give food when the ice and snow covered lakes and trees, not just bird watching with binoculars and take pictures and brag about the number of species.
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Photo of the Day: The intricate details of a garter snake's shed skin stand out against the verdant backdrop of garden foliage in northeastern Pennsylvania. #Photography
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Photo of the Day: In this long-exposure image taken near Mill Valley, California, fog appears to roll over the hillside like a crashing wave. #Photography
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Fracas.
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Photo of the Day: A crowd viewing a Rembrandt painting at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum creates the illusion of art staring back at its audience. #Photography
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Makes me want to smoke a "Dutch Masters" cigar
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Photo of the Day: Morning mist clears over Lake Hintersee in Germany’s Berchtesgaden National Park, giving the air an eerie stillness as it reveals the mountain ranges situated behind. #Photography
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Would love to wake up to that everyday......
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Photo of the Day: Prominent against the evening sky, a frosted-over outhouse is the only sign of human activity in this wintry scene, captured at Särkitunturi fell in Finnish Lapland. #Photography
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+Jeffrey Cooper He was going to see a man about a horse!
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Photo of the Day: During a surfing competition on the island of Maui, Hawaii, a riderless surfboard shoots out from beneath the curl of a cresting wave. #Photography
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Scientists have made a grisly discovery: the first recorded instance of a tarantula eating a snake in the wild.
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I think I'm gonna puke..... Honestly, I don't know why, but at first I thought the tarantula was a gorilla's hand.
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The ruby seadragon was declared a new species in 2015—but before this footage, it had never been seen alive.
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Awesome News we Need more People like lady Scientist whom discovered these knew species 
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Images provided by the European Space Agency's Huygens probe reveal surprisingly watery images of Saturn's moon Titan. Take a look. 
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incredible!

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In a series of images taken from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Earth and its moon are pictured together in the same photo.
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Fantástica toma de nuestro planeta tierra y su luna llena.
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