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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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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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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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Photo of the Day: In Purulia, a city near West Bengal, India, a masked dancer performs a Chhau dance, meant to reenact scenes from a mythological event. #Photography
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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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Conquered the seas yet?
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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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but did it kill it ?? or just find it ??then eat it ?
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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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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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Citrus—in many ways—stands alone. So many cultivated species have come from so few primary ancestors. Just three, in fact: citrons, pomelos, and mandarins. 
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