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Lean With It By Paul Octavious

Lean with it' is a photographic series by chicago-based artist Paul Octavious. The images catalog friends of the photographer tilting their bodies along the same angle as a slanted tree, capturing the scene in different seasons.
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31 May 2015 07:55:00
A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin

A leopard seal feeds Paul Nicklen a penguin. (Photo by Paul Nicklen/National Geographic). Antarctic Peninsula, 2011
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11 Apr 2012 13:39:00
The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

The sea leopard. The Antarctic Peninsula. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)
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12 Apr 2012 13:58:00
Oil Paintings By Paul David Bond

Paul Bond's art lives in the spaces between dreaming and reality. Drawing from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism where symbolic, surreal and fantastic elements blend with realistic atmospheres, they remove the veil on a world where everything is possible.
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31 May 2013 15:58:00
Photographing Polar Bears By Paul Souders

American nature and wildlife photographer Paul Souders is very well-travelled around the globe. In one of his exploits, we have his series of images shot in the ice capped shores of Churchill, Canada. Souders took his Zodiac boat to Hudson Bay in midsummer and waited there for three days before he finally saw a bear, a young female while on sea ice around 30 miles offshore.
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29 Aug 2014 13:52:00
Life reconstruction of the new oviraptorosaurian dinosaur species Anzu wyliei in its 66 million-year-old environment in western North America as seen in an undated handout illustration by Mark A. Klinger, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Some 18,000 species, great and small, were discovered in 2014, adding to the 2 million already known, scientists said on May 21, 2015 as they released a “Top 10” list that highlights the diversity of life. (Photo by Mark A. Klingler/Reuters/Carnegie Museum of Natural History)

Life reconstruction of the new oviraptorosaurian dinosaur species Anzu wyliei in its 66 million-year-old environment in western North America as seen in an undated handout illustration by Mark A. Klinger, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Some 18,000 species, great and small, were discovered in 2014, adding to the 2 million already known, scientists said on May 21, 2015 as they released a “Top 10” list that highlights the diversity of life. Anzu wyliei, one of the top 10, dubbed “the chicken from hell”, is extinct. The feathered dinosaur whose partial skeletons were unearthed in the Dakotas was a contemporary of T. rex and Triceratops. (Photo by Mark A. Klingler/Reuters/Carnegie Museum of Natural History)
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22 May 2015 12:31:00
Orange dancing frog discovered by a team headed by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju in the jungle mountains of southern India. (Photo by Satyabhama Das Biju/AP Photo)

This undated photograph shows one of the 14 new species of so-called dancing frogs discovered by a team headed by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju in the jungle mountains of southern India. The study listing the new species brings the number of known Indian dancing frogs to 24 and attempts the first near-complete taxonomic sampling of the single-genus family found exclusively in southern India's lush mountain range called the Western Ghats, which stretches 1,600 kilometers (990 miles) from the west state of Maharashtra down to the country's southern tip. (Photo by Satyabhama Das Biju/AP Photo)
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09 May 2014 08:50:00
 Paul Turton by Mouse VS  Mousetrap

Photographer Paul Turton captured a mouse trying to steal cheese from a mousetrap.
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23 Oct 2012 10:31:00