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Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy: Rescue Me 7 ... The Guardians and Asgardians team up to rescue Quill from Thanos ... 8 out of 10

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Bongo

Photo I made in 2016 of a bongo in Burgers Zoo.
I liked the image because he has a "human look" I think.

More animals here:
https://anjawessels.photography/animals/

or in this blog maybe:
https://anjawessels.photography/artis-amsterdam/

Camera: Canon EOS 650D
Lens: Lens: Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II

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#photography #photo #bongo #animals #BurgersZoo
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Neil Dankoff • Follow Your Dream

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I was 40 years old, running a small photography business from home and the most exotic place I had ever travelled to was Florida to visit my grandparents.

My passion was photography but I

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Approximately 2.6 million years ago (Pliocene epoch), a tsunami of cosmic energy from a massive supernova or a series of them about 150 light-years away reached Earth and pummeled the atmosphere, touching off climate change and triggering the mass extinction of large marine animals, according to University of Kansas Professor Adrian Melott and co-authors.

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NASA shows the massive deep crater discovered under Greenland ice. Badman Nishioka/ rainforest action group/Osaka Report write,,,,, NASA glaciologist, has discovered a large meteorite impact crater hiding beneath more than a half-mile of ice in northwest Greenland. The crater — the first of any size found under the Greenland ice sheet — is one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth, measuring roughly 1,000 feet deep and more than 19 miles in diameter, an area slightly larger than that inside Washington’s Capital Beltway.
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After 9 years in space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with trillions of hidden planets, NASA is ending the Kepler space telescope’s science operations. Kepler discovered over 2,600 planets, some of which could be promising places for life. https://go.nasa.gov/2P2umV1

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Moon, is just around the corner but stargazers are already noticing its larger-than-usual appearance.

https://thetechinside.com/why-is-the-moon-so-big-tonight/
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Life in Deep Earth totals 15 to 23 billion tons of carbon — hundreds of times more than humans | #Geology #GeologyPage

Barely living “zombie” bacteria and other forms of life constitute an immense amount of carbon deep within Earth’s subsurface — 245 to 385 times greater than the carbon mass of all humans on the surface, according to scientists nearing the end of a 10-year international collaboration to reveal Earth’s innermost secrets.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/12/life-in-deep-earth-totals-15-to-23-billion-tons-of-carbon-hundreds-of-times-more-than-humans.html
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A fresh discovery offers a more detailed picture of how disrupted body clocks can lead to poor health, exposing us to problems such as diabetes or cancer.
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"Our understanding of when the very first animals started living on land is helped by identifying trace fossils—the tracks and trails left by ancient animals—in sedimentary rocks that were deposited on the continents.

Geoscientists Anthony P. Shillito and Neil S. Davies of the University of Cambridge studied the site of what has widely been accepted as the earliest set of non-marine trackways, in Ordovician (ca. 455 million-year-old) strata from the Lake District, England.

What they discovered is that the trackways occur within volcanic ash that settled under water, and not within freshwater lake and sub-aerial sands (as previously thought). This means that the site is not the oldest evidence for animal communities on land, but instead "is actually a remarkable example of a 'prehistoric Pompeii'," says Shillito—a suite of rocks that preserve trails made by distressed and dying millipede-like arthropods as they were overcome by ash from volcanic events.

Shillito and Davies directed their research at this site in particular because it seemed unusual—at every other known trackway site in the world the evidence for when animals came onto land dates to the latest Silurian (ca. 420 million years ago), so something about the Borrowdale site didn't seem right. Further investigation proved that this was the case. In the course of their study, they found 121 new millipede trackways, all within volcanic ash with evidence for underwater or shoreline deposition".

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Democrat On Why He Voted for Yemen War: ‘I Don’t Know a Damn Thing About It’ https://nym.ag/2EunzNZ
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10 Things: How to Photograph a Meteor Shower
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Widespread Brain Alterations Identified in Callous Kids

Children with elevated levels of callous traits show widespread differences in brain structure compared with children with lower levels of the traits.

The research is in Biological Psychiatry. (full open access)

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One of Israel's senators. He wrote the treasonous letter to Iran as well.
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A new machine-learning technique mimics the brain’s ability to adapt to new circumstances.

https://rxscience.org/artificial-intelligence-is-learning-to-keep-learning/
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Trump Basically Admits Chinese Tech Exec Is His Political Prisoner http://vntyfr.com/wpsOFHB
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More than slightly bias. #SaveGooglePlus
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