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Understanding: “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” - Albert Einstein

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Bittern heard booming and finally seen at the Attenborough Centre on 23rd April 2014

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from Nature

Attenborough's Life Stories

A quote from Sir David Attenborough.--I was thinking this very thought earlier today, and I almost wept. We have to make changes in this world, or there will be no more humanity in human-kind.

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King of Saxony Bird of Paradise. The male's ornamental head plumes are so bizarre that, when the first specimen was brought to Europe, it was thought to be a fake!

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The only way to catch a wild Gandalf is if you have a Hobbit in your team. (gif)

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My best friend will have fallen victim to every single one of these scenarios.
from TheMetaPicture.com

Some British first world problems…

My best friend will have fallen victim to every single one of these scenarios.

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Mysterious Underwater ‘Crop Circles’ Discovered Off the Coast of Japan

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David Attenborough - he's not fashion but he's inspiring.

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from Etsy

David Attenborough enamel lapel pin badge. 10% to WWF charity. Badge. Hat pins. Nature. Travel documentary. Explorer Monstera. Flair. Patch

David Attenborough enamel lapel pin badge. 10% to WWF charity. Badge. Hat pins. Nature. Travel documentary. Explorer Monstera. Flair. Patch.

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AFRICAN EMERALD CUCKOO (Chrysococcyx cupreus) - Mainly found in light and densely wooded forests in S. Africa, where there are Mopane trees. It eats insects such as butterflies, bees, wasps, locusts and ants which are usually hawked aerially, killed and then eaten. It does not built its own nest but rather invades the nest of other birds. If the bird does not find an empty nest it will attack the host (original nest owner) and displace it.

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