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A mallard duck loses his balance on the ice and is sent sliding across the surface of a frozen pond in Dortmund, Germany

A mallard duck loses his balance on the ice and is sent sliding across the surface of a frozen pond in Dortmund, Germany

A male bearded reedling catches a cranefly. This species is a master of balance and the bird was spotted by Dutch photographer Edwin Kats using two stems to position itself over a shallow stream. He noticed the small bird - also know as a bearded tit - looking out for a snack. When a tasty cranefly flitted by, the reedling was able to dip down and catch it in one swift motion.

A male bearded reedling catches a cranefly. This species is a master of balance and the bird was spotted by Dutch photographer Edwin Kats using two stems to position itself over a shallow stream. He noticed the small bird - also know as a bearded tit - looking out for a snack. When a tasty cranefly flitted by, the reedling was able to dip down and catch it in one swift motion.

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Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean. John Muir Take a course in good water and air; and in the eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own....

A Dog, 8 Birds and a Hamster. /Venham vamos ser abiguinhos ~ amor canino contagiante

A Dog, 8 Birds and a Hamster. /Venham vamos ser abiguinhos ~ amor canino contagiante

Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world. These birds can live for 60 years.

Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world. These birds can live for 60 years.

Yes, this is the very rare Marius kayicus photoshopicus peafowl. Its natural habitat is on boards of gullible Pinterest users.

Yes, this is the very rare Marius kayicus photoshopicus peafowl. Its natural habitat is on boards of gullible Pinterest users.

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"To be, or not to be, that is the question" is a super duper famous quotation from the play Hamlet, written by William Shakespeare sometime around the century. It's possibly even the best-known line from all literature. What's your opinion? To...

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