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Jaime Culebras offers a spectacular photograph of a gravid female Reticulated Glass Frog. The belly is completely transparent, so all the internal organs are visible. The liver, heart and digestive organs are covered by a white lining.
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I love puns. They are the highest form of humor.
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Deep Snow by Masatsugu Ohashi. Selected for #500pxEditorsChoice by Michael Bonocore: https://goo.gl/LSjrSU #cute
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Not at all what I was expecting...
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“It’s not that we don’t like homosexuals,” he said. “It’s just that we don’t want to see a word re-defined. I think it changes a heck of a lot in our culture.”
So now grammar and the meaning of words are more important than equality and fairness?
The controversial South Australian senator singled out several colleagues in a feisty interview with BuzzFeed News.
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he hopes house prices will continue to rise, the same day the head of Treasury warned about a housing bubble in Sydney.  Treasury secretary John Fraser has warned that Sydney is "unequivocally" in a housing bubble, and raised concerns about the amount of money being poured into the housing market with interest rates so low. "When you look at the housing price bubble evidence, it's unequivocally the case in Sydney. ...
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Award winning gelato, but with every award comes huge crowds and long queues. Great if you don't mind queueing, but if you do there are other quality places not too far away.
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Excellent breakfasts. Large variation in the quality of staff.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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