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The Animals Of Amboseli National Park in Kenya

I have actually visited Amboseli. It was about 12 years ago and my first ever safari and I can still remember the first "wild" elephant I saw. It was a big male, standing underneath a big tree. It had a reddish color due to the sand it had thrown over it's back. It was the sheer stature and size of the animal that impressed me.
Any way, here are some more beautiful animals you could encounter in the Amboseli national park.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 10

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Wild boars are taking over in the Fukushima evacuation zone

When people leave, nature takes back control. This is also the case in the Fukushima evacuation zone. People are being told to return to their home as there is no apparent danger any more, but this means nature needs to be dealt with first. In this case it's all about wild boars roaming the streets.
No reports on if these animals glow in the dark.

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Omsin the green sea turtle had over 900 coins in her stomach

Omsin, a 25 year old femal green sea turtle, was found to have over 900 metal coins in her stomach. She most likely swallowed them when people threw them in her pond for good luck. Maybe people should stop doing that.
Omsin, piggy bank in Thai, is expected to make a full recovery.

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World Press Photo Winners 2016

The World Press Photo awards have just been rewarded to some very deserving photographers.
These are the people who bring us the news and background stories, 24/7 365 days of the year. And they say a pictures says more then a thousand words, so their work is very important to us.

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The Saperas aka Snake Charmers of India

Buti Nath is a member of an ancient tribe of snake charmers known as Saperas, who over the generations have thrived on catching venomous snakes and making them dance to their music.

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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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