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Camp 2, at 21,300 feet, in an Everest feature named the Western Cwm

Camp 2, at 21,300 feet, in an Everest feature named the Western Cwm

colorful pictures of the stripped iceburgs | Latest Announcements!

colorful pictures of the stripped iceburgs | Latest Announcements!

She-wolf and brown bear are hunting partners in the wilds of northern Finland • photo: Lassi Rautiainen on Nordic Thoughts

She-wolf and brown bear are hunting partners in the wilds of northern Finland • photo: Lassi Rautiainen on Nordic Thoughts

Incredible Fight Between Seal And Octopus Caught On Camera

Incredible Seal vs. Octopus Battle Caught On Camera

Incredible Fight Between Seal And Octopus Caught On Camera

Credit: David Ebener/AFP/Getty Images An Eurasian lynx is pictured in its enclosure at the Hundshaupten deer park in Hundshaupten, southern Germany. In the wild, the Eurasian lynx can be found in European and Siberian forests as well as in south and east Asia

The week in wildlife – in pictures

Credit: David Ebener/AFP/Getty Images An Eurasian lynx is pictured in its enclosure at the Hundshaupten deer park in Hundshaupten, southern Germany. In the wild, the Eurasian lynx can be found in European and Siberian forests as well as in south and east Asia

25. - Hei, tota, kaverit... Voisitteks vähä niinku auttaa? Mä oon aika pahas paikas... Jatka aloitettua tarinaa tai kirjoita tarina tilanteesta, jossa olet ollut avun tarpeessa ja saanut sitten apua.

25. - Hei, tota, kaverit... Voisitteks vähä niinku auttaa? Mä oon aika pahas paikas... Jatka aloitettua tarinaa tai kirjoita tarina tilanteesta, jossa olet ollut avun tarpeessa ja saanut sitten apua.

Hummingbirds use hawks as their bodyguards. They often live under hawk nests to seek protection from jays, one of the biggest threats to their babies. Hawks like to stalk their prey from above, so jays avoid foraging below them, which creates a hummingbird safety zone. Source

Hummingbirds use hawks as their bodyguards. They often live under hawk nests to seek protection from jays, one of the biggest threats to their babies. Hawks like to stalk their prey from above, so jays avoid foraging below them, which creates a hummingbird safety zone. Source

"Ummm...anybody there?!"

"Ummm...anybody there?!"

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