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THE SKELETON FLOWER, WHOSE PETALS TURN FROM WHITE TO TRANSLUCENT WHEN IT RAINS.

The Skeleton flower (Diphylleia grayi) is a white woodland blossom flower with large, umbrella-like leaves that grows in moist, colder climates and wooded mountainsides and they are found...

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150 ft. Iceberg captured passing through Iceberg Alley which is near Ferryland, Newfoundland, Canada

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Thousands of birds have dropped to the floor as temperatures exceeded 46C.

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The invasive Burmese python now calls the Florida Everglades home. Reaching up to 16 feet and 160 pounds, the big snakes are wreaking havoc on the native ecosystem. Fortunately, one native species, the bobcat, appears to be fighting back! The U.S. Geological Survey captured images...

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For myself love this better than grass.

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Unbelievable clouds in the Cistermino, Italy ☁️
Credit @BOS

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Cherry Blossom at Fuji Volcano, Japan.

By Arcipello

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A FAMILY THAT LOVES EACH OTHER THIS MUCH SHOULD NEVER BE TORN APART...to be abused in circuses and zoos, to be left in isolation most of the time...or tested on in torture chambers by junk "scientists" in experiments...we must allow all species to live their...

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East Antarctica’s Conger ice shelf – a floating platform the size of Rome – broke off the continent on March 15, 2022.

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A pair of doting Purple-crested Turacos photographed at a conservancy near Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
One of my favourite moments of 2021!
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Botswana’s trophy hunting which was supposed to benefit local communities is instead shifting wealth from them to the country’s big

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A cute Thorny Devil near Laverton, Western Australia. Amazing little creatures. They are harmless, they eat ants and drink through their feet.