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Flock of birds becomes a hypnotizing, undulating cloud! AMAZING!

 

I wish the video was longer 

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Mother Whale Lifting Her Baby to See Humans on Boat.mp4

 

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Reposting the above shout post of Foopen.

Thank you, this vid was incredible....

 

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Hermitage Museum Cats Distribution Day, Russia

This is for you, Aco.:wink:

 

Russian people had to eat cats to survive when they were surrounded by NAZI since Sept 1941 during WW2.

The population declined full on during the 871 days of being shut down from any access from outside...without food to start with.

But apparently the loss of cats had changed the environmental balance, so many rodents were invading everyone....so much so that the rats were attacking humans.

They had learned the importance of cats so deeply.

After the release, people brought in cats from other regions to get rid of the rodent infestation asap.

Instead of starting to behave weirdly towards cats from the guilty consciousness, the Russian people were so thankful and now they had become the biggest Cat loving country and holds the biggest population of cat owners in the world. Thankful for saving Russian lives, and thankful for stopping the disease rampage in Russia after the War. This is a symbiosis of Cats and Humans.

 

For their Hermitage Museum, they kept cats for 270 years....looking after their treasures from any rodents biting into them.

Only 50 cats are employed at any time, and when they breed, the museum opens up for good homes for those precious cats.

 

https://sputniknews.com/photo/201411051014281714/

https://jp.sputniknews.com/videoclub/201601181450654/

https://jp.sputniknews.com/opinion/201701263275988/

 

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Melt Down Level Final Weapon Warning: A Massively Cute Koala from Oz

 

 

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I love that little girl, Foop!

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WELCOME TO GLASS BEACH

Hannah Crouch    Jan. 30, 2017

"Waves transform Russian seaside from a dumping ground for alcohol bottles into a colourful ‘pebble beach’

Constant waves from the Pacific Ocean have eroded the once jagged edges of the glass bottles

THE POWER of nature can often be surprising and none more so then a beach in Russia where dumped glass has been transformed into colourful pebbles.

The Ussuri Bay used to be a dumping ground for old glass bottles and waste from a porcelain factory but the waves from the Pacific Ocean have rounded and polished the debris left behind.

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Constant waves from the Pacific Ocean have eroded the once jagged edges of the glass bottles

Constant waves from the Pacific Ocean have eroded the once jagged edges of the glass bottles     Image: Yuliya_Savkina/The Siberian Tim

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Previously jagged shards of beer, vodka and wine bottles posed a hazard for visitors.

However after of years of erosion, the east Russian beach now has a unique and beautiful selling point.

The attraction is now safe to visit with people prepared to pay a small fee for come and enjoy the sight, the Siberian Times has reported.

Tourists of all ages are amazed by the shining shore, clean water and splendid view.

The beach is particular spectacular in winter when the snow highlights the vivid colours of the glass."

The beach's beauty has led to it being classed a specially protected zone by Russian authorities

The beach's beauty has led to it being classed a specially protected zone by Russian authorities  Getty Images

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2744557/waves-transform-russian-beach-from-a-dumping-ground-for-alcohol-bottles-into-a-colourful-pebble-beach/

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Very Thirsty King Cobra getting water from a bottle

 

This is truly awesome in my book.  A King Cobra no less!  A pretty brave man too. 

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What Has Been Hiding In This Strange Island For 80 Years Is Almost Impossible To Believe

Source Link:  http://simplecapacity.com/2017/04/what-has-been-hiding-in-this-strange-island-for-80-years-is-almost-impossible-to-believe/

Due to hunting and destroying the environment, it can’t be denied that humans have caused devastation among the rest of the animal kingdom. We have caused the extinction of a number of species throughout history. When a species goes extinct, generally these animals are never to return to the planet.

But every now and again, unbelievably, some creatures are gifted a second chance. If you can catch the population right before their last numbers die out, there’s always the possibility for hope. 

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Sold: the Pink Star diamond sells for $71.2 million, becoming the world's most expensive gemstone - and is renamed the CTF Pink

April 4, 2017    Sarah Royce-Greensill

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"The Pink Star diamond has become the world's most expensive gemstone, selling at auction for $71.2 million (£57.3 million) including buyer's premium. 

The 59.60-carat pink diamond is the largest Internally Flawless, Fancy Vivid pink diamond ever graded by the GIA, and sold for above its estimate of $60 million (£48.3 million) at Sotheby's in Hong Kong. 

It breaks the record previously held by the Oppenheimer Blue diamond, which sold for $57.5 million at Christie's in Geneva last May. It has also become the highest price item ever sold at auction in Asia.

The 59.60-carat Pink Star pink diamond sold for $71.2 million (including buyer's premium) at auction in Hong Kong

The 59.60-carat Pink Star pink diamond sold for $71.2 million (including buyer's premium) at auction in Hong Kong

After bidding from three clients, the diamond was sold to jewellery retailer Chow Tai Fook, who was on the telephone to Sotheby's Asia CEO Kevin Ching, for a hammer price of 490 million Hong Kong dollars ($63 million). The sale total was 553 million Hong Kong dollars once the buyer's premium was added. The buyer later renamed the diamond the CTF Pink.

The Pink Star was cut from a 132.5-carat rough diamond mined by De Beers in Africa in 1999. It took two years of meticulous cutting and polishing to hone it into its current oval shape.

It had been offered for sale before, achieving a record $83 million at Sotheby's Geneva in November 2013, but the buyer, New York-based diamond cutter Isaac Wolf, defaulted on his payment, leaving the stone to be added to the Sotheby's inventory."

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/jewellery/pink-star-valuable-cut-diamond-ever-offered-auction-sold-sothebys/

Mother earth created this internally flawless pink diamond, I think that's pretty awesome. Just Wow, started out at 132 Karats of rough, and took 2 years to cut it. 

 

 

 

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Care for the views of magnificent cherry blossoms in season?( *^^)o∀*∀o(^^* )

It never lasts. It's seasonal, totally depending on the stable natural cycle of Earth to see this beauty happens. It's such a fragile beauty.

The views are from Japan, 2017, the season of cherry blossoms are happening there right now.

We are away from that land but a bit of drone views are available for us to appreciate those beautiful flowers. (Pity no fragrance. LOL)

On the page below, it has a viewer vid link of an old cherry tree---its age is said to be about 1000 years old. I think the first half of the vid is in rough resolution....ummm...

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/stream/?id=06217

One from Tokyo:

 

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Wow thanks Unity, beautiful.

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On a Typhoon night in Japan: a drenched sparrow and a couple

It's a bit long IMHO but it made my heart warmed. An urban interaction of animal and human, living together, humans giving hands to those who share the city.

 

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Everyday counts on us to make them full and joyful, methinks...(・ω・)

And it was very heart warming to see this guy, didn't give up on his "life" after having a stroke, which robbed his mobility he used to have.

But he didn't give up.

He adapted to his "new" life, and enjoying it to the max by the look of it.╭( ・ㅂ・)و ̑̑ Yey!!

I pay honour to everyone who are so courageous and honest in LIVING life. Love you, sisters and brothers!

 

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Beautiful unity, beautiful

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'A magical experience': Beautiful images capture rare bioluminescent plankton off the coast of Wales

Adam Boult              June 20, 2017

Rare bioluminescent plankton at Three Cliffs Bay in Swansea 

Rare bioluminescent plankton at Three Cliffs Bay in Swansea  CREDIT: ALYN WALLACE/CATERS NEWS AGENCY

 

"Photographer Alyn Wallace captured these stunning images of rare bioluminescent plankton in the sea at Three Cliffs Bay in Swansea this week. 

"I had to pinch myself this morning," he wrote on Facebook. "Last night I meandered through dark woodlands and waded across a crab-infested estuary to get to this spot where bioluminescent plankton were lighting up the shores.

"Every step and splash I made just lit up with an unreal blue glow."

 Bioluminescence in Swansea

The blue glow comes from Noctiluca scintillans, aka sea sparkle CREDIT: ALYN WALLACE/CATERS NEWS AGENCY

The bioluminescent plankton are Noctiluca scintillans, also known as sea sparkle.

In daylight the phenomenon presents itself as a 'red tide', with water turning a deep red, brown, or orange colour.

During the night the plankton glow bright blue when disturbed by waves or currents.

"This is something I've always dreamed of seeing," said Mr Wallace. "It's known to appear in North Wales in the summer but not so common down south."

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/06/20/rare-blue-plankton-seen-coast-wales/

Known as "sea sparkles".  Lovely, I like that thought.  I wish all of you, a day filled with sea sparkles!  

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These timelapse videos show a rainbow arching over Taiwan for a record-breaking 9 hours

Dec, 4, 2017  Alexandra Ma

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A screengrab of a rainbow that arched over Taiwan for a reported eight hours and 58 minutes. YouTube

"A rainbow arched over northern Taiwan for almost nine hours last week, potentially making it the longest lasting recorded example of the natural phenomenon in history.

The rainbow, which curved over Taipei last Thursday, lasted from 6.57 a.m. to 3.55 p.m., professors at the nearby Chinese Culture University said. That's eight hours and 58 minutes.

Rainbows, which are formed after sunlight is scattered after rainfall, typically last up to an hour, the BBC said.

The rainbow took on various shapes and forms as the day went on, as these two timelapse videos (taken from different angles) show:

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http://www.businessinsider.com/taiwan-rainbow-record-breaking-nine-hours-timelapse-videos-2017-12

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