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Planet Earth

G-d's mask - landscapes, flora, fauna and the human body

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Sunset, Boundry Range, Alaska

♥ Nile Crocodile - Michael Poliza

Double Dip :-)

After being on this earth for so many years, you'll at least learn this one thing: Mother Nature will never stop surprising you. Take these pictures of a river, for example. Seems normal enough, right? Wait until you look close, though. You'll realize that this river is underwater (and your mind will be blown). This little stream defies all logic and exists on the bottom of the ocean floor. Don't believe it? Visit the Cenote Angelita in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula...

Fox by Igor Shpilenok

Ready to jump? by Igor Shpilenok | 500px

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A rare 360-degree rainbow.

Diamonds, uncut

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Sipidan and jacks

The Animals of Chernobyl | The New York Times

natural beauty

Wentletrap shell {photo by: Steve Jurvetson} #sea_shell #sea #white

Iceland is ideal.

Plankton Bloom visible form space (West coast of Ireland)

Birds. Rufous-Backed Kingfisher (Ceyx rufidorsa) @ Panti Forest | Flickr

Skeleton Coast, Namib Desert, Namibia (by Moro)

Caracal / Desert Lynx (Caracal caracal)

Frozen waves in Antarctica

Zombie mushroom hand. This Clathrus archeri, or "Devil's Fingers" - looks like a cold, dead hand.

Butterflies and some moths are near-universal symbols of natural beauty, but Linden Gladhill, a biochemist and photographer, has created a stunning set of photographs that introduce us to the natural beauty of butterflies and moths on a macro level unobservable by the human eye.

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