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This is what's called a "black smoker" on the sea floor.

This is what's called a "black smoker" on the sea floor.

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Image result for fukushima mutations

Nature is so artistic ... a school of mouthbrooding cardinalfish :)

Nature is so artistic ... a school of mouthbrooding cardinalfish :)

Quai tom, tom hum 2 mau cuc hiem.

Quai tom, tom hum 2 mau cuc hiem.

Hydrothermal vent field at Axial Volcano seen through the porthole of the submersible Alvin via Mark Spear/WHOI

Hydrothermal vent field at Axial Volcano seen through the porthole of the submersible Alvin via Mark Spear/WHOI

Sperm whale Vs giant squid

Sperm whale Vs giant squid

Sapo de caña (Rhinella marina) fotografiado instantes después de atrapar un murciélago con su boca. Este animal vive en las selvas de Sudamérica y puede alcanzar un tamaño descomunal: el espécimen más grande observado pesaba 2,65 kg y medía 38 cm desde la parte trasera hasta el hocico. Es un depredador insaciable y oportunista y en algunas regiones como Australia, donde es una especie invasora, se ha convertido en un problema.

Sapo de caña (Rhinella marina) fotografiado instantes después de atrapar un murciélago con su boca. Este animal vive en las selvas de Sudamérica y puede alcanzar un tamaño descomunal: el espécimen más grande observado pesaba 2,65 kg y medía 38 cm desde la parte trasera hasta el hocico. Es un depredador insaciable y oportunista y en algunas regiones como Australia, donde es una especie invasora, se ha convertido en un problema.

In 1983, only 22 California condors—the largest land bird in North America—were left in the wild. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spent years capturing and breeding the surviving scavenger birds to save them from extinction, slowly trying to reintroduce some into the wild. | Mental Floss

California Condors Will Be Reintroduced to the Wild

In 1983, only 22 California condors—the largest land bird in North America—were left in the wild. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service spent years capturing and breeding the surviving scavenger birds to save them from extinction, slowly trying to reintroduce some into the wild. | Mental Floss

Spectacular jaguar attack captured on video | GrindTV.com Who says cats don't like the water. I love mother nature's order of life and death.

Spectacular jaguar attack captured on video

Spectacular jaguar attack captured on video | GrindTV.com Who says cats don't like the water. I love mother nature's order of life and death.

A map shows hurricanes and tropical storms that have churned across the globe from 1851 through 2010. (Live Science)

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A map shows hurricanes and tropical storms that have churned across the globe from 1851 through 2010. (Live Science)

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