yesterday at 18:45.
Friday Fact: Sea otters have the world's densest fur—at its thickest, it's made up of more than a million hairs per square inch.
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Claus von Horstig
yesterday at 19:02
Had the honor to meet one of them at Moneterey Bay. He floated on his back, eating something, maybe a clam. Had no fear, just looked at me while eating, I just looked back floating on my board. Cute guys. :-)
yesterday at 19:41
Love these little buggers! I was blessed to live in a part of the country to see firsthand, up close and personal with these guys. They are really smart.
yesterday at 18:49
I wishhh bad people donttt use them for deir trades
yesterday at 16:51.
The big infrastructure project may have lasting impacts on climate, animals, and people. Here's how.
4 Things You Need to Know About the Approved Keystone XL Pipeline
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yesterday at 17:03
much better than transporting over the rails, and have a derailment - oh wait that has already happened. Then lets transport by truck, oh wait they have had accidents and spilled the oil, plus all the fuel that is burned transporting it. Look I am all for wind and solar, but until some massive breakthrough in energy takes place we have to use what we have, and pipe is much better than over the road, or over the rails.
yesterday at 17:19
There are dangers in everything, everyday. What we can do as humans is learn from our mistakes and do better. This pipeline is no more or less dangerous than transporting oil in huge tankers crossing the oceans.
yesterday at 16:56
Of earth is really fed up with human meddling, she has no problem curing the problem. We are nothing to what this planet has gone through.
yesterday at 14:29.
Spotted off the coast of Indonesia, this fiery red urchin, a carrier crab, and a gaggle of cardinal fish went for a ride.
Watch a Colorful Sea Urchin Hitch a Ride on a Crab
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yesterday at 15:01
That's mr. Krabs getting every ounce of money from that urchin..... but first he has to bring it to krusty krab... spongebob and squidward are on an adventure.. hahaha
yesterday at 14:33
Christina prøv at se her. Kom til at tænke på det foredrag vi var til.
Jeff N Baba Mbeleke
yesterday at 15:22
FAKE NEWS! Clearly the crab likes to carry it's snack everywhere it goes.
yesterday at 12:12.
Portraits of hunters posed with their trophies evoke discomfort for many, but they also provide a surprising perspective on human dominance over nature.
Hunters Return to the Scene of the Kill-With Their Prey
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yesterday at 12:13
It's called a coward anybody that kills a animal for sport is disgusting just too bad papa bear wasn't around karma is a bitch
yesterday at 12:27
It's like Hitler taking a selfie with bunch of Jews wearing shocked expressions behind him. Now you know how much I find this disturbing.
Collette Carey Book
yesterday at 12:50
Human dominance over nature??!! Take a look at the aftermath of a tornado, mudslide, earthquake, avalanche.....and then dare to assume man has any dominance over nature. This illustrates the very arrogance, cowardice and insecurity that will eventually doom humankind. Nature doesn't need us, but we need her. Time to start showing some humility and respect.
yesterday at 10:15.
Geladas usually deliver their young in seclusion—even researchers are lucky to witness a birth.
An Incredible Look at a Monkey Being Born
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yesterday at 10:18
Before I read the caption I thought 'wow! That monkey has a face on his butt!'
yesterday at 11:23
Wow i don't know if i'm more amazed by the pictures or the comments... hahaha yup guys, that's how it beautifully works, don't be disgusted, you came that way too ;)
yesterday at 12:42
Swear to god I was unable stop laughing before I read the caption. But it's natures way to bring a life so it's always beautiful....
yesterday at 07:16.
Watch a group of curious manatees follow a transparent kayak in Florida.
Manatees Follow Kayak
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yesterday at 07:24
I have watched manatees swimming in a creek where no power boats go. They were left in peace and no, I'm not saying where it was!
yesterday at 07:21
That is impressive and cute -- but sitting in a transparent boat in the middle of the ocean would freak me the hell out!
yesterday at 10:24
One of mother's 'happy' dreams involved swimming like a manatee.They seem to really ENJOY rolling around in the water or floating effortlessly .She was in her 80's and she remembered a trip to Florida.
yesterday at 04:15.
The most visited castle in Slovakia, Bojnice is a setting perfect for daydreams. Discover more Europe's most stunning castles.
Breathtaking Castles of Europe
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yesterday at 04:37
What no Welsh castle What about Caernarfon Castle Harlech Castle Caerphilly Castle is the biggest in Europe They don't have to be Baroque to be stunning Also your page doesn't work the castle images are no showing and don't download
yesterday at 05:01
I've been there, it's beautiful !
(Slovak- Czech R)
yesterday at 04:49
Never had any interests in castle's, they have always brought into stark detail the vast difference of the wealthy and poor. They show the disregard of human value and the high regard of greed. I do not find beauty in them for the cost was too high.
yesterday at 01:15.
A girl in Lagartera, Spain, poses in traditional costume in this 1914 autochrome. Take a look back in our archives at our most memorable portraits of women.
Our Most Stunning Antique Photos of Women Around the World
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yesterday at 05:57
These pictures make me think of how diverse and beautiful these women were, in their skin colors, origins, traditional outfits and body types. But today, you see very few specific body types being imposed on us, modern women -most of them impossible to achieve unless you go through surgery or have a lot of free time to go to the gym. And the traditional dresses have been changed by Western clothes that look exactly the same, and they want all women and men to look the same. So sad.
yesterday at 03:55
I love all of them, they are just so beautiful...
Law of Attraction - Thoughts become things.
yesterday at 01:17
Everyone has experienced something that has changed them in a way that they could never go back to the person they once were.
03/23/2017 at 22:01.
A tourist lost in the Bolivian rainforest says that a group of monkeys led him to water and shared food with him each day.
Man Lost in Rainforest Found
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03/23/2017 at 22:07
I think my man stumbled across some
Funky fruit rather than life saving monkeys 😂😂 was probably wandering around the shanty town for a week
03/23/2017 at 22:13
So, they lead him to water in the hope that he'd drown - as punishment for trespassing - and when that didn't work they pelted him with fruit!
I'd say his positive take on life pulled him through more than anything :)
03/23/2017 at 22:17
And we destroy natural habitats, enslave monkeys and lead them to labs, hunt down and murder animals and the innocence & kindness in this world :(
03/23/2017 at 19:39.
Futuristic and abstract as these sites may seem, the concrete reality is that solar and wind energy are thriving. #MyClimateAction
The Energy of Tomorrow Looks Strikingly Artistic from Above
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03/23/2017 at 20:12
Why no mention that all Solar Power Plant Facilities use natural gas. I'm all for renewable energy, but please stop misleading the public by glossing over the truth. Fun fact about the Ivanpah facility:
"In 2014, the plant burned 867,740 million BTU of natural gas emitting 46,084 metric tons of carbon dioxide, which is nearly twice the pollution threshold at which power plants and factories in California are required to participate in the state’s cap and trade program to reduce carbon emissions."
03/23/2017 at 20:00
Why always show California? I think it's only this year that they're finally going to surpass Texas for renewable power generation. No other state is even close.
03/23/2017 at 21:28
Those Sun Towers are death traps for birds, birds simply gets fried in the focused sun beams, they need to put up scare eagles to keep all birds away!
03/23/2017 at 17:11.
On #NationalPuppyDay, learn why puppies melt our hearts—and enjoy adorable photos from our archives.
Vintage Photos of Adorable Puppies Around the World
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Choo Wen Tang
03/23/2017 at 17:16
The Eskimo & Inuit pictures in this archives are really beautiful.
I would love to see more of the older archives of Eskimos & Greenlandic Inuit people :)
03/23/2017 at 22:01
Puppies and young children like in these photos are no good combinations. Children are often too rough with them and when the pup defends itself it gets the blame and has to go. I want to smack those silly parents in the head who buy a pup because their very young kids might like it....
03/23/2017 at 19:07
Nancy, this reminds me of the wonderful St. Bernard puppies photo.
03/23/2017 at 14:28.
Damselflies trapped in amber have given scientists a view of the elaborate courtship rituals they performed 100 million years ago. Take a look.
Insect's Mating Attempt Preserved in Amber for 100 Million Years
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Paton Van Aensland
03/23/2017 at 14:37
Ok we've seen how Jurassic Park ends.. We aren't winners as the human race.. You throw that golden ball of freaky invertebrate vintage insect porn back in the black hole from which you found it sir. Aint nobody experimenting here.. Nobody!
03/23/2017 at 14:30
That is why I like "Amber" the most :) They are the finest preservers on the entire Earth, letting us know the real-time details of what happened millions of years ago. #Respact for #Ambers
03/23/2017 at 14:34
As far as I can tell about prehistoric times the biggest threat to all life was apparently having sap drip onto you and trap you. Dan Ratz
03/23/2017 at 12:00.
While Madidi National Park's extreme landscape is not immune from tourist accidents or even fatalities, disappearances inside its borders are extremely rare.
Monkeys Helped Lost Tourist Survive for 9 Days in the Amazon
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03/23/2017 at 12:32
This was a long drawn out story. 😴 I would have liked to have read more about his interactions with the monkeys.
03/23/2017 at 12:07
That's his recollection of things after sustaining himself on locally foraged mushrooms 🍄
Wesley Vd S
03/23/2017 at 13:29
In the middle of an unknown rainforest u throw away your phone and flashlight....yeah right! This guy was tripping mad balls 😂
03/23/2017 at 10:16.
Meerkats may be cute, but watch out for their needle-like teeth and long claws.
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03/23/2017 at 14:21
I loved the show about them. I watched it every week. When I went to work the next day I would tell my co workers about it. It was a while before I told them it was about Meerkats and not people. Soon every week they waited to find out how Rose was doing running the clan. Well some of them did.
03/23/2017 at 10:27
I love them. Watched Meerkat Manor for years. Until the matriarch, Flower, was killed buy a snake. It was too heartreaking to watch after that.
03/23/2017 at 10:21
Wild animals are best kept where they belong. Not in zoos or as pets.
03/23/2017 at 07:15.
Radioactive carbon released from nuclear bomb tests during the Cold War is one way of dating more recent materials—and now it's being used to help fight the illegal trade in elephant ivory.
How Mid-Century Doomsday Tests May Help Save Elephants
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Law of Attraction - Thoughts become things.
03/23/2017 at 07:16
Life is an echo. What you send out comes back. What you sow, you reap. What you give, you get. What you see in others exists in you. Remember, life is an echo, it always gets back to you. So give goodness.
03/23/2017 at 07:24
are you guys ever going to do a season 2 of inside combat rescue
yesterday at 13:20
There's only one option... Nuke the poachers...
03/23/2017 at 04:15.
There are just six records of black servals—which usually have a cheetah-like coat—in scientific literature. Take a look.
Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa
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03/23/2017 at 04:42
Really shouldn't have disclosed where s/he was found... poachers are heading there now to catch s/he and sell him to some rich asshole.
Ty A Towle
03/23/2017 at 04:16
Praying they stay hidden from the cruelty of man..
03/23/2017 at 10:00
I really wish these pages would stop giving so much information on the whereabouts of these animals. There are too many sick people in this world looking to kill/torture them for the mighty dollar $$$
03/23/2017 at 01:15.
One artist's amnesia is revealing important connections between memory, personality, and consciousness.
Artist's Memory Loss Fuels Discoveries About the Brain
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03/23/2017 at 08:06
People meditate so they can let go of past moments to live in the now. Without forming new memories you can always explore each moment with curiosity even if it's the same thing. Is it such a bad thing I wonder.
03/23/2017 at 22:52
I lost my memory due to trauma, and the most unsettling thing is that I will never really know what I don't remember. Memories have come back over they years, usually many at once in spurts. I realized that I had lost a lot of wisdom with those memories, but I only realized that when I started getting them back. I guess my point is, that our experiences give us lessons/wisdom, especially the bad ones. Those bad ones teach us empathy, which I think is the key ingredient to life.
Tanz A Nite
03/23/2017 at 02:06
I didn't learn much from that at all! I think the quote 'learning a lesson' is how it affects your personality. U go through life experiencing things, and learning from them, which makes you grow as a person. If those lessons disappear, you have to learn everything again. It's simple really! It's not only experiences, but education also. You lose your opinions about things because you can't remember what you've learnt. It's like being born again.
03/22/2017 at 20:40.
The mighty Colorado, the life and soul of the West, is one of the most tapped rivers in the world. Can it be saved? #WorldWaterDay
The American Nile
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03/22/2017 at 21:19
water is imperative. so it is under greater threat now then ever. why? climate change? no--#45 and his orgy of idiocy to undo any and all protections for our air and water. we must stop this.
Sharon R Gross Herman
03/22/2017 at 21:19
I took a picture of the article but can't show it. There is writing -script that needs to be fixed-it refers to the chapters
yesterday at 04:20
Can it be saved: As long as Republicans are in charge - HELL NO! They'll destroy everything they can by overturning EPA regulations to protect water and by gutting the EPA.
03/22/2017 at 18:52.
If passed, the overturning of an Obama-era rule would open the door to aggressive hunting practices, including shooting bears from airplanes and killing wolves and pups in their dens.
These Iconic Animals Could Again Be Hunted in Alaskan Refuges
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03/22/2017 at 18:53
Hard to think of anything more Trump-like than shooting animals from airplanes or killing them in their homes.
03/22/2017 at 20:50
This is bullshit. As a hunter, who comes from a family of hunters, I am sickened and appalled by the possible revocation of these laws. If you're the type of despicable human who feels the need to hunt by basically terrorism and poaching, then you deserve to have a lifetime ban from ever procuring any sort of licensing. This is WRONG on so many levels.
03/22/2017 at 19:04
Heartbreaking! Devastating outcome. We are living in dark times with a heartless, soulless Congress. We know our President is mad, out of his mind, but Congress is a gathering of many minds that should be the balance. Currently we have no balance and that will be our demise our falling.
03/22/2017 at 16:25.
Once a common sight, the rusty patched bumblebee’s population has plummeted nearly 90 percent since the 1990s.
First U.S. Bumblebee Officially Listed as Endangered
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El Khayar Saifo
03/22/2017 at 16:31
Calm Down Folks,Trump is going to save us because well....he knows more about science then every one else on this planet.
John Thomas Myrick
03/22/2017 at 16:50
aren't bees supposedly responsible for 35% of the worlds food production through pollination. I mean with an every growing population of people and our max capacity being 9 billion wouldnt it be kind of scary if that 35% became 0% =o let the food wars begin lmao.
03/22/2017 at 18:11
Stop using Monsanto and Bayer pesticides! You can instead remineralize your soil and that will increase crop yields while strengthening the plants against pests and disease. Put up solitary bee houses on your property. We can all help a little.