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Herring worth millions in exports float dead in Kolgrafafjordur, a small fjord on the northern part of Snaefellsnes peninsula, west Iceland, for the second time in two months. Between 25,000 and 30,000 tons of fish died in December and more now, due to lack of oxygen in the fjord thought to have been caused by a landfill and bridge constructed across the fjord in December 2004. The current export value of  the estimated 10,000 tons of herring amounts to $ 9.8 million, according to the newspaper “Morgunbladid”.  (Photo by Brynjar Gauti/Associated Press)

Herring worth millions in exports float dead in Kolgrafafjordur, a small fjord on the northern part of Snaefellsnes peninsula, west Iceland, for the second time in two months. Between 25,000 and 30,000 tons of fish died in December and more now, due to lack of oxygen in the fjord thought to have been caused by a landfill and bridge constructed across the fjord in December 2004. The current export value of the estimated 10,000 tons of herring amounts to $ 9.8 million, according to the newspaper “Morgunbladid”. (Photo by Brynjar Gauti/Associated Press)
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06 Feb 2013 09:46:00
Unwanted phones recreated as interactive birds, part of "Escape III" by Anthony Goh and Neil Mendoza seen on display at the Barbican's Digital Revolution exhibition on July 2, 2014 in London, England. The exhibition brings together artists, designers, film makers, musicians and architects who push the boundaries of creativity that digitial technology can offer, and runs from July 3 until September 14, 2014.  (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images for Barbican Art Gallery)

Unwanted phones recreated as interactive birds, part of “Escape III” by Anthony Goh and Neil Mendoza seen on display at the Barbican's Digital Revolution exhibition on July 2, 2014 in London, England. The exhibition brings together artists, designers, film makers, musicians and architects who push the boundaries of creativity that digitial technology can offer, and runs from July 3 until September 14, 2014. (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images for Barbican Art Gallery)
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04 Jul 2014 10:18:00
Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. Mosha was 7 months old when she stepped on a land mine near Thailand’s border with Myanmar and lost a front leg. That was a decade ago. Mosha is one of more than a dozen elephants who have been wounded by land mines in the border region, where rebels have been fighting the Myanmar government for decades. She was the first elephant to be fitted with a prosthetic limb at the hospital near Lampang. Mosha weighed about 1,300 pounds (590 kg) when she was wounded. (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters)

Mosha, the elephant that was injured by a landmine, has her prosthetic leg attached at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Foundation in Lampang, Thailand, June 29, 2016. Mosha was 7 months old when she stepped on a land mine near Thailand’s border with Myanmar and lost a front leg. That was a decade ago... (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters)
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24 Aug 2016 11:19:00
Owner Nicole Graham works with volunteers from CFA and SES tries to dig out her horse 'Astro' who became stuck up to his neck in mud at Avalon Beach

Owner Nicole Graham works with volunteers from CFA and SES tries to dig out her horse “Astro” who became stuck up to his neck in mud at Avalon Beach on February 26, 2012 in Geelong, Australia. The tide was fast-rising, but the rescuers managed to get him out in time. (Photo by Peter Ristevski/Newspix)
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01 Mar 2012 09:57:00
Paisley, a standard poodle, is pictured at Intergroom in N.J., March 2014. (Photo by Paul Nathan/Rex Features)

Paisley, a standard poodle, is pictured at Intergroom in N.J., March 2014. Intergroom is one of the largest cats and dogs grooming conferences in America. (Photo by Paul Nathan/Rex Features)
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11 Apr 2014 06:05:00
Taking the fight to them...

Taking the fight to them... (Photo by Mark Frost)
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01 Oct 2012 10:11:00
This photographer has a long love affair with lady liberty – and has captured it on film. The amazing pictures show the Statue of Liberty silhouetted against an array of beautiful backdrops, In some photographs she appears to be supporting the moon, in others celebrating with fireworks in the background. The pictures were taken by fine art photographer Peter Alessandria from New Jersey. He started taking the pictures of the statue in 2013 as part of his work capturing New Yorks famous landmarks. Here: The statue of liberty in New York City, New York. (Photo by Peter Alessandria/Caters News)

This photographer has a long love affair with lady liberty – and has captured it on film. The amazing pictures show the Statue of Liberty silhouetted against an array of beautiful backdrops. In some photographs she appears to be supporting the moon, in others celebrating with fireworks in the background. Here: The statue of liberty in New York City, New York. (Photo by Peter Alessandria/Caters News)
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31 Jan 2017 10:09:00


“The Southern Tamandua, Collared Anteater or Lesser Anteater (Tamandua tetradactyla) is a species of anteater from South America. It is a solitary animal, found in many habitats from mature to highly disturbed secondary forests and arid savannas. It feeds on ants, termites and bees. It has very strong foreclaws that can be used to break insect nests or to defend itself”. – Wikipedia

Photo: A three-month-old baby Southern Tamandua “Konbu” lies on its mother Tae's back at Sunshine International Aquarium on July 7, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. Baby Southern Tamandua feels safe and comfortable holding onto something and normally stays on the mother's back until around 3 months old. (Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
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19 May 2011 10:31:00