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London life laid bare in rubbish along the Thames

Bones, a mouldy hot water bottle, a pair of rusty pliers and a pristine pair of women’s pants are among the eclectic cast-offs Reuters photographer Stefan Wermuth has found along the River Thames.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 44

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

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Monsoon IV by Mike Olbinski

Mike OIbinski is back with another totally cool monsoon supercut.

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Monuments of Lenin 100 years after Russian Revolution

A century after the Russian Revolution, the influence of its leader Vladimir Lenin has waned but his image remains on monuments built across the former Soviet Union as part of a cult of personality.

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Filming Walrus With The Megadome - Blue Planet II - Behind The Scenes

Blue Planet II is a feast for the eyes and as you can imagine a lot of effort has gone into making it that feast.
This is how they filmed the walrus.
It's all about dedication to the job you are doing.

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An amazing waterfall of clouds appeared in China

Some amazing footage of a natural phenomenon in Central China.
A waterfall made of clouds.

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Behind the scenes look at the making of the Mi-28N attack helicopter

The Mi-28N is a new attack helicopter made by the Rostvertol company. They've been making civilian and military choppers for the past 50 years.
This gallery gives us a little peak behind normally closed doors.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 43

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Life after death for the “Love Bug” in Ethiopia

In Addis Ababa, cranky, 50-year-old Volkswagen Beetles enjoy a kind of life after death; their parts are never discarded but re-used to keep the city's remaining Beetles on the road.

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Exploring The Unbeaten Path goes Fukushima

In 2011 a big earthquake caused a huge Tsunami which hit the coast of Japan and almost destroyed the nuclear powerplant of Fukushima. The plant was shutdown, but this meant the reactors could not be cooled enough and went into meltdown. A large area was evacuated and has not been inhabited ever since.
Our friends of Exploring The Unbeaten Path went into this forbidden zone and came back with this trailer for the soon to be released series.

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Bird Vs Fish - Blue Planet II

If you like birds, look away now.
The same goes if you're scared of big fish.
If neither applies, just enjoy this amazing footage.

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Amazing Bird’s Nest Safari Lodge in Kenya

Going on a proper safari is one of life's great pleasures. I've personally stayed in some awesome lodges of which Earth Lodge in Sabi Sabi was simply out of this world.
However, this Bird's Nest safari lodge in the Segera resort, Kenya might trump that.

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