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Flood In Pakistan

Blue Himalaya Mountain | Jammu and Kashmir, India

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Goergous dyke intrusion in Spain | Geology IN

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from MNN - Mother Nature Network

Spiders in Pakistan encase whole trees in webs

COCOONED: Trees cocooned in spiders' webs after flooding in Sindh, Pakistan

smile from a beautiful boy - Swat region in Pakistan - سوات Pakistan Flood 2010 by shirazbashir on Flickr.

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from BBC News

Pakistan floods 'hit 14m people'

Pakistan floods 'hit 14m people' in 2010... Natures floods, generally caused by man getting in the way and altering terrain.

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from Boston.com

Continuing Pakistani floods

Floods in Pakistan.

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The USS Peleliu (LHA-5) is a Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship of the United States Navy, named for the Battle of Peleliu of World War II. Entering service in 1980, she has been deployed to the Persian Gulf on several occasions, performed an evacuation of U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay following the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, operated with the INTERFET peacekeeping taskforce, participated in Pacific Partnership deployments, and provided assistance following the massive floods in Pakistan in…

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Spider Tree: When the floods hit Pakistan in 2010 the first thing that many people did was to head for higher ground. So too did countless millions of animals, among them spiders.  To escape the rapidly rising waters the spiders did the sensible thing and climbed up trees.

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from Urban User Experience and Interaction Design

Eerie Trees

Los árboles de tela -Las grandes inundaciones sufridas en Pakistán, han provocado que millones de arañas se muden a las copas de los árboles para no ahogarse. Allí han creado un curioso paisaje en la región de Sindh, en el que las telas se extienden de un árbol a otro, recubriéndolos por completo en una gigantesca telaraña como si de un extraño algodón de azúcar se tratara.

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from Business Insider

The most incredible natural phenomena around the world

After a flood hit the Pakistani village of Sindh in 2010, millions of spiders crawled to safety in the trees and spun their webs. The result led to fascinating web-cocooned trees.

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