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Mt. Ngaruhoe, New Zealand, Tongariro National Park

Luv Galapagos Island's Blue-footed Booby

Nembrotha cristata - alpaca of the sea

leafy sea dragon

On approach ... an orca prepares to make a kill.

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Germany sets solar record, meets half of electricity demand.

A "memorable" boat - a boat made of wooden mementos

The very cool weta.

The Puriri Moth is New Zealand's largest forest moth. Sometimes with a 15 centimetre wingspan. Otari Wilton Bush, Wellington.

By Wellington Based artist, 3D animator, and digital matte painter, Neerachar Sophol, for the cover of MASSIVE, the mag of Massey University students.

I had never heard of the 3 poles but they arethe Arctic, the Antarctic, and the Hindu Kush-Himalayas.

Nice analogy.

Stop the nets, save the Maui dolphins!

Save the Denniston Plateau, www.savethedennis... - thanks to Hamish from www.flyingsaucerf... for this great video

Nice blog from Sarah Hall and her trip to Antarctica

Huia - %100 gone. The last confirmed sighting of a Huia was in Dec 1907 in the Tararua Ranges.

I saw one of Tepapa's Stephen's Island Wrens on a visit to their Tory st vault once. From Wikipedia, "The Stephens Island Wren was long remembered in local mythos as the only known species to be entirely wiped out by a single living being, the lighthouse keeper's cat. However, this belief was erroneous; while this cat did kill one of the last birds seen, a few more specimens were obtained in the following years, by which time the island also hosted numerous feral cats."

Deer Creek Canyon in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.

near Hyden, Western Australia, known as Wave Rock