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15th April 2014

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Centipede exploding from the belly of a snake

Centipede exploding from the belly of a snake

15th April 2014

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Amar Singh, aged six, from Uttar Pradesh, northern India, is worshipped in his village for his foot-long ‘tail’ which grows on his lower back. It is a result of the birth defect spina bifida, which can result in lower-back growths or, as in Amar’s case, a tuft of hair, which can grow into a tail if left uncut.

Amar Singh, aged six, from Uttar Pradesh, northern India, is worshipped in his village for his foot-long ‘tail’ which grows on his lower back. It is a result of the birth defect spina bifida, which can result in lower-back growths or, as in Amar’s case, a tuft of hair, which can grow into a tail if left uncut.

14th April 2014

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Emerald Pool, Sawtooth Mountains - Idaho
Photo credit: Rob Hart Images

Emerald Pool, Sawtooth Mountains - Idaho

Photo credit: Rob Hart Images

13th April 2014

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Green burial mound at the Green Burial/Nature Reserve Cemetery In Swansea, South Carolina

Green burial mound at the Green Burial/Nature Reserve Cemetery In Swansea, South Carolina

13th April 2014

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Hector Garrido’s El árbol de agua(The Water Tree) — one of his aerial photographs of the effects of water on Earth.

Hector Garrido’s El árbol de agua(The Water Tree) — one of his aerial photographs of the effects of water on Earth.

13th April 2014

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13th April 2014

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Albino crow

Albino crow

13th April 2014

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Impression of a bird left on a window. The imprints are caused by the bird’s powder down, a special type of down which helps feathers to grow. In some species, the tips of the barbules on powder down feathers disintegrate, forming fine particles of keratin, which appear as a powder, or ‘feather dust’. When a bird strikes a glass pane, the power is shaken lose and adheres to the glass. The effects are simply amazing.

Impression of a bird left on a window. The imprints are caused by the bird’s powder down, a special type of down which helps feathers to grow. In some species, the tips of the barbules on powder down feathers disintegrate, forming fine particles of keratin, which appear as a powder, or ‘feather dust’. When a bird strikes a glass pane, the power is shaken lose and adheres to the glass. The effects are simply amazing.

13th April 2014

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Garter snake hatchlings

Garter snake hatchlings

12th April 2014

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Fawn with a broken leg

Fawn with a broken leg