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Nice, I wouldn't call it human but nice nevertheless.  Everything is balance, harmony and rhythm, its just most people don't hear the obvious which is a shame. Thanks Triton 

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The Grand Canyon gets a rare visitor: massive fog

December 2, 2013

Claudine Zap

 

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The fog sweeping in around Mather Point (above photo by Erin Whittaker) made for a very different view.

 

 

Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park on Friday and Sunday were treated to a rare — and eerie — sight: The steep canyon gorges and valleys were filled with a thick carpet of fog.

The weather phenomenon that caused the eye-popping sight: A temperature inversion, according to the Grand Canyon Facebook page, which noted, "Rangers wait for years to see it. Word spread like wildfire and most ran to the rim to photograph it. What a fantastic treat for all!"

 

http://travel.yahoo.com/blogs/compass/grand-canyon-gets-rare-visitor-massive-fog-203931729.html

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A beautiful sunrise. Here are pics I took from the airplane on Thanksgiving morning. Seven minutes separate the first and last pictures. 34 seconds separate the third and fourth pictures.

 

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"Amazing Animals You Didn't Know Existed"

 

For lots more of the flabbergasting beautiful, full sized images, go here! 

 

http://www.slate.com/blogs/behold/2013/11/15/ross_piper_s_book_animal_earth_highlights_earth_s_biological_diversity.html

 

"A jellyfish, Bougainvillia superciliaris, with a hitchhiking amphipod, Hyperia galba."

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"A segmented worm, or annelid."

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"A blue button, or Porpita,can look like a single individual but is often a colony of polyps with specialized functions."

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I just have to believe it's gonna be ok to put this here, cause it is awesome.

 

Three Cheetahs Corner Their Antelope Dinner. Then, Um…Do What?

December 19, 2013

 

"More often than not, when predators and prey interact in nature, the outcome is deadly. But something happened on the plains of Kenya’s Masai Mara that was so delightful, it left witnesses completely stunned. Three cheetahs stumbled across a baby antelope and what they decided to do with it was so cute, it was literally going against nature."

 

The three male cheetahs weren’t interested in eating the little guy. Instead, they wanted to play!

 

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more cute pictures at link

http://www.viralnova.com/cheetahs-play/

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I just have to believe it's gonna be ok to put this here, cause it is awesome.

 

Three Cheetahs Corner Their Antelope Dinner. Then, Um…Do What?

December 19, 2013

 

"More often than not, when predators and prey interact in nature, the outcome is deadly. But something happened on the plains of Kenya’s Masai Mara that was so delightful, it left witnesses completely stunned. Three cheetahs stumbled across a baby antelope and what they decided to do with it was so cute, it was literally going against nature."

 

The three male cheetahs weren’t interested in eating the little guy. Instead, they wanted to play!

 

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more cute pictures at link

http://www.viralnova.com/cheetahs-play/

 

You only ever kill to eat, and even then, you protect your 'prey', so there is always a next meal...

Animals are so wise...

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There is no fear in the Does eyes.. it looks more like warm awareness... Sweet!!!

Perhaps a Being came down to spend some time on Earth and say Hello!  :)

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Glass Frogs

 

Is this the first video on this thread?

Anyway, I like frogs and these ones are pretty amazing.

Side way-Iris just like goats...ummmm.

 

Then chase up the still pics below the vid...that's called Ghost Glass Frog. As they are in still pics, you can see why they are called as "glass" frogs.

 

 

Ghost Glass Frog

 

Mesmerising Eyes!!!

 

Source: http://www.thefeaturedcreature.com/2013/08/watch-out-glass-frog-got-crazy-eyes.html

 

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All still images' © go to respected photographers on the source page.

http://www.thefeaturedcreature.com/2013/08/watch-out-glass-frog-got-crazy-eyes.html

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This Cuban Tree Frog swallowed a Christmas light after a bug landed on it! But don't worry - it's okay! The bulb was gently removed from its stomach. 

Caption by AsapSCIENCE and photo by James Snyder

 

It had the Christmas Spirit within then...lol

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How awesome is this?
 
 
There is a bird that never needs to touch the ground! 

While most birds are seen in the sky, there is only one bird that can actually live its entire life without ever having to touch the ground. It's called the Common Swift, and it is a medium sized bird which, because of evolution, has developed the ability to never need to touch the ground.

The only time they touch down is to reproduce, and will usually cling to the side of a wall to look for a potential nest hole because their legs are so terrible at walking. These birds stay in flight night and day, hot or cold, rain or shine. In fact, the entire first two or three years of their lives are usually spent in the air! 

They have a short tail in a slight fork shape and extremely long wings that resemble a boomerang and allow them to stay aloft for such lengthy periods of time. They usually live around 20 years and are known to be rather intelligent birds. The longest documented life of a Common Swift is 21 years and was estimated to have flown around 3 million miles!
 
 

 

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I did not take this pic.

 

It is a real place on the Columbian Ice fields parkway.

I have driven the parkway many of times..

 

 

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