1. libutron:

Yellow billed Stork with Chick | ©Lyn Francey   (Chobe River, Chobe National Park, Botswana)
 Mycteria ibis (Ciconiiformes - Ciconiidae) occurs in Africa south of the Sahara and in Madagascar.

    libutron:

    Yellow billed Stork with Chick | ©Lyn Francey   (Chobe River, Chobe National Park, Botswana)

    Mycteria ibis (Ciconiiformes - Ciconiidae) occurs in Africa south of the Sahara and in Madagascar.

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  2. Photographer Asher Svidensky made a four-month trek through western Mongolia, mostly on horseback, and found Han Gohadok and his daughter, Ashol Pan, who had expressed a desire to take up the full-time profession that is centuries old.
 (via Mongolian girls becoming eagle hunters to help keep ancient tradition alive | GrindTV.com)

    Photographer Asher Svidensky made a four-month trek through western Mongolia, mostly on horseback, and found Han Gohadok and his daughter, Ashol Pan, who had expressed a desire to take up the full-time profession that is centuries old.
    (via Mongolian girls becoming eagle hunters to help keep ancient tradition alive | GrindTV.com)

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  3. Potala Palace, Tibet - Imgur

    Potala Palace, Tibet - Imgur

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  4. marvelcomic-fan:

Here’s all the promo artwork for tonight’s episode. #terminus #twd #thewalkingdead #walkingdead #walkers #amc

    marvelcomic-fan:

    Here’s all the promo artwork for tonight’s episode. #terminus #twd #thewalkingdead #walkingdead #walkers #amc

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  5. deoxify:

White-necked Jacobin by Seth Patterson on Flickr.

    deoxify:

    White-necked Jacobin by Seth Patterson on Flickr.

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  7. rosenadinehelena:

National Geographic, 1954Spoonbills in Florida

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    National Geographic, 1954
    Spoonbills in Florida

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  8. This car really rocks. - Imgur

    This car really rocks. - Imgur

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  9. One of the most beautiful pictures I’ve ever seen (Chile) - Imgur

    One of the most beautiful pictures I’ve ever seen (Chile) - Imgur

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  10. Burj Khalifa is so tall, it cuts clouds. - Imgur

    Burj Khalifa is so tall, it cuts clouds. - Imgur

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  11. Street Art in Montreal - Imgur

    Street Art in Montreal - Imgur

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  12. Just a frozen Volcano Crater Lake that I came across. - Imgur

    Just a frozen Volcano Crater Lake that I came across. - Imgur

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  13. A lone tree stands among the mysterious Fairy Circles of Namibia - - Imgur

    A lone tree stands among the mysterious Fairy Circles of Namibia - - Imgur

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  14. biomorphosis:

Tarsier is one of the smallest primate in the world. It thrives mostly in secondary dense forests with a diet of insects. This nocturnal creature has the unique ability of being able to turn its head 180 degrees as well as to jump backward with precision. It is endangered and have a tendency to commit suicide during captivity due to trauma from touching and loud noise.

    biomorphosis:

    Tarsier is one of the smallest primate in the world. It thrives mostly in secondary dense forests with a diet of insects. This nocturnal creature has the unique ability of being able to turn its head 180 degrees as well as to jump backward with precision. It is endangered and have a tendency to commit suicide during captivity due to trauma from touching and loud noise.

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