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Beauty, money and feathers

Inside the world of Turkey's pigeon fanciers, who spend their fortunes on the collectible creatures.

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The Wild Horse Border Patrol

Arizona prisoners train wild mustangs that will eventually be adopted by the U.S. Border Patrol, providing the agency with inexpensive but agile horses, and inmates with skills and insights they hope to one day carry with them from prison.

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Reindeer herding in Russia’s Arctic

n Russia's remote Arctic regions, reindeer herding has been a way of life for centuries.
Can you spot Rudolph?

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Swimming with horses in Barbados

I can think of many worse things to do than what these horse handlers swimming with their horses in the Caribbean Sea are doing. It looks amazing.

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A slow death along the Pilcomayo River

Paraguay's Pilcomayo River, which descends from the Andes mountains in Bolivia, is at its lowest level of the past 19 years.

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The Photos Of 2016 Week 42

Here's our selection of images from around the world from the last seven days.

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The Photos Of 2016 Week 40

Here's our selection of images from around the world from the last seven days.

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The Photos Of 2016 Week 39

Here's our selection of images from around the world from the last seven days.

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The abandoned dogs of crisis-hit Venezuela

Venezuelans struggling to feed their families let alone pets amid an unprecedented economic crisis are increasingly dumping scrawny animals in streets, parks and makeshift shelters.
It's very sad indeed. The one animal always loyal to it's human boss getting dumped by that same human.

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We Celebrate 100 Years Of The U.S. National Parks Service

The U.S. National Parks Service celebrates it's 100 years anniversary this year and we are very happy about that. National Parks Services around the world are very important to the preservation of unique pieces of nature which would otherwise no doubt be destroyed for economic gains.

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Following in a dinosaur`s footsteps

Last year my dad took me and my son to a dinosaur footprint park in Portugal. It might not have looked like much from the outside, but once inside and once you spotted the little (from a distance) dents in the rocks you couldn't help be impressed. My son certainly was. Earlier this week in Bolivia they discovered some of the largest footprints of a meat-eating dinosaur ever found. I can't even begin to understand the excitement those who made the discovery must have felt.

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Counting of the Swans

Every year all the swans on the River Thames in London are counted in what is called the Swan Upping. We'll just call it another great and odd tradition from England.

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