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Young Caimans spend their days in shallow water well hidden by dense vegetation that protects them - numerous predators. Only at dusk do they emerge - their hiding places to search for food.Young Caimans spend their days in shallow water well hidden by dense vegetation that protects them - numerous predators. Only at dusk do they emerge - their hiding places to search for food.Young Caimans spend their days in shallow water well hidden by dense vegetation that protects them - numerous predators. Only at dusk do they emerge - their hiding places to search for food.© Quentin Martinez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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African Fish Eagle and Tiger Fish - Lake Kariba Zimbabwe  ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.African Fish Eagle and Tiger Fish - Lake Kariba Zimbabwe African Fish Eagle and Tiger Fish - Lake Kariba Zimbabwe ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Night Storm over the Bridge of Oléron Island - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.Night Storm over the Bridge of Oléron Island - FranceNight Storm over the Bridge of Oléron Island - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.© Xavier Delorme / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Night Storm over the Bridge of Oléron Island - France ; Many

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Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - FranceDegradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.© Xavier Delorme / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of May 4 to 5, 2015 at Fort Louvois.<br>Overlays 5 photos 30 seconds of exposure is 2 minutes 30.Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - FranceDegradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of May 4 to 5, 2015 at Fort Louvois.
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Nautilus in Great Barrier Reef AustraliaNautilus in Great Barrier Reef AustraliaNautilus in Great Barrier Reef Australia© Reinhard Dirscherl / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Woman spraying a plant extract on a cabbage in autumn. A spray of a natural product, such as a plant extract or a Bacillus-based anti-caterpillar, protects the cabbages against the many pests that attack them.Woman spraying a plant extract on a cabbage in autumn. A spray of a natural product, such as a plant extract or a Bacillus-based anti-caterpillar, protects the cabbages against the many pests that attack them.Woman spraying a plant extract on a cabbage in autumn. A spray of a natural product, such as a plant extract or a Bacillus-based anti-caterpillar, protects the cabbages against the many pests that attack them.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Toxic fungus (Amanita virosa) on the ground, it should be noted that there are many hexapod arthropods of the order Collembola. Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.Toxic fungus (Amanita virosa) on the ground, it should be noted that there are many hexapod arthropods of the order Collembola. Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.Toxic fungus (Amanita virosa) on the ground, it should be noted that there are many hexapod arthropods of the order Collembola. Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.© Jorge Figueroa / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Summer Traditional mountain huts with broom roof in the mountains of Somiedo, UNESCO Natural Park and Biosphere Reserve, wild mountains known for their many bears (a hundred) located in the region of Asturias, SpainSummer Traditional mountain huts with broom roof in the mountains of Somiedo, UNESCO Natural Park and Biosphere Reserve, wild mountains known for their many bears (a hundred) located in the region of Asturias, SpainSummer Traditional mountain huts with broom roof in the mountains of Somiedo, UNESCO Natural Park and Biosphere Reserve, wild mountains known for their many bears (a hundred) located in the region of Asturias, Spain© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Summer Traditional mountain huts with broom roof in the mountains

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Progression at low tide in Scoresbysund where sandbanks are numerous on the north shore, North East GreenlandProgression at low tide in Scoresbysund where sandbanks are numerous on the north shore, North East GreenlandProgression at low tide in Scoresbysund where sandbanks are numerous on the north shore, North East Greenland© Pierre Vernay / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Harvest of Woodruff (Galium odoratum). Its coumarin content perfumes many dishes, once dried.Harvest of Woodruff (Galium odoratum). Its coumarin content perfumes many dishes, once dried.Harvest of Woodruff (Galium odoratum). Its coumarin content perfumes many dishes, once dried.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Divers photographer, Olivier in full session of photography on one of the many white corals which is between the second and the third reef wall to 80 meters deep, MayotteDivers photographer, Olivier in full session of photography on one of the many white corals which is between the second and the third reef wall to 80 meters deep, MayotteDivers photographer, Olivier in full session of photography on one of the many white corals which is between the second and the third reef wall to 80 meters deep, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Plum Lappet (Odonestis pruni) on bark, FrancePlum Lappet (Odonestis pruni) on bark, FrancePlum Lappet (Odonestis pruni) on bark, France© Dominique Halleux / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) flowersClary sage (Salvia sclarea) flowersClary sage (Salvia sclarea) flowers© Serge Lapouge / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Kitchen sage (Salvia officinalis) flowersKitchen sage (Salvia officinalis) flowersKitchen sage (Salvia officinalis) flowers© Serge Lapouge / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Forest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, FranceForest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, FranceForest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, France© André Simon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Forest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, FranceForest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, FranceForest landscape and maquis set on fire at the end of summer With many cork oaks, Massif des Maures. Surroundings of Hyères 83, Provence, France© André Simon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ainhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, FranceAinhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, FranceAinhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, France© Laurent Lhoté / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ainhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, FranceAinhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, FranceAinhoa: typical village in the Basque Country enjoying the label "The Most Beautiful Villages of France". Old bastide located on the paths of Saint Jacques de Compostela. It is also the starting point for many PR and GR10 hiking trails, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, France© Laurent Lhoté / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.Reverse of a parasitic pear leaf many pests with sooty mold marks.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis) under a tomato leaf, vermiform body and having only 2 pairs of legs and very small (<2.5 mm). The affected tomato leaves dry out and fall after a week or two.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Numerous mites Eryophyide, grape erineum mite (Colomerus vitis)

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Plum leaf with many aphids.Plum leaf with many aphids.Plum leaf with many aphids.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Plum leaf with many aphids.

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Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.Erinosis or disease of the Grape Erineum Mite (Colomerus vitis), due to the presence of many microscopic mites. Their bites cause blisters and pilosity in which they feed and multiply during the summer.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Locust bean moth (Ectomyelois ceratoniae). They lay on many fruit trees: citrus fruits, almonds, date palms, pistachio trees, stone fruits and pips, their caterpillar larvae strongly degrade these fruits.Locust bean moth (Ectomyelois ceratoniae). They lay on many fruit trees: citrus fruits, almonds, date palms, pistachio trees, stone fruits and pips, their caterpillar larvae strongly degrade these fruits.Locust bean moth (Ectomyelois ceratoniae). They lay on many fruit trees: citrus fruits, almonds, date palms, pistachio trees, stone fruits and pips, their caterpillar larvae strongly degrade these fruits.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aerial view of one of the many reefs of Mayotte.Aerial view of one of the many reefs of Mayotte.Aerial view of one of the many reefs of Mayotte.© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Juvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, AustraliaJuvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, AustraliaJuvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, Australia© Reinhard Dirscherl / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Juvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, AustraliaJuvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, AustraliaJuvenile Crabs returning on Land, Gecarcoidea natalis, Christmas Island, Australia© Reinhard Dirscherl / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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''Deep hole'', a sink hole in the Myakka River State Park home to many alligators, Florida, USA. January''Deep hole'', a sink hole in the Myakka River State Park home to many alligators, Florida, USA. January''Deep hole'', a sink hole in the Myakka River State Park home to many alligators, Florida, USA. January© Lee Dalton / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France
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Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.Beekeeping - The gloves and the smoker are work accessories for beekeepers even if many professionals work without gloves to be able to more precisely handle the operations.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Aloe vera : medicinal plant for health and cicatrising caresAloe vera : medicinal plant for health and cicatrising caresAloe vera : medicinal plant for health and cicatrising cares© Lamontagne / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Laos Le grand business de l’herbe à balai. Chaque année, à la saison sèche, le Laos vit au rythme de la récolte d’une herbe providentielle qui se développe en moyenne altitude. Dans les nombreux villages au nord du pays, au mois de février, c’est toujours le même rituel. Dés que le soleil commence à percer la brume à l’horizon, c’est le moment pour les villageois munis de leur hotte en bambou, de se rendre en forêt pour y cueillir le « Kam », une plante qui pousse à flanc de collines, dans des endroits boisés, souvent difficile d’accès. Des plus jeunes aux plus âgés, toute la famille participe à cette activité saisonnière très largement répandue dans le pays au « Million d’éléphants ». Un moyen de subsistance comme tant d’autres, qui permet aux Laotiens de gagner un peu d’argent pour nourrir la famille ou s’offrir quelques extras. De retour au village, les cueilleurs tapent violemment les graminées sur le sol ou sur des morceaux de bois avant de les placer délicatement sur des talus où sur le bord des routes. Une fois séchées et débarrassées de leurs pollens, les herbes sont assemblées par petits paquets. Vendu entre 5000 et 9000 kips le kilo (entre 50 centimes et un euro) suivant sa qualité, le « Kam » sera acheminé par de gros camions aux quatre coins du Laos et sur le territoire chinois où il sera transformé en balais domestiques.Laos Le grand business de l’herbe à balai. Chaque année, à la saison sèche, le Laos vit au rythme de la récolte d’une herbe providentielle qui se développe en moyenne altitude. Dans les nombreux villages au nord du pays, au mois de février, c’est toujours le même rituel. Dés que le soleil commence à percer la brume à l’horizon, c’est le moment pour les villageois munis de leur hotte en bambou, de se rendre en forêt pour y cueillir le « Kam », une plante qui pousse à flanc de collines, dans des endroits boisés, souvent difficile d’accès. Des plus jeunes aux plus âgés, toute la famille participe à cette activité saisonnière très largement répandue dans le pays au « Million d’éléphants ». Un moyen de subsistance comme tant d’autres, qui permet aux Laotiens de gagner un peu d’argent pour nourrir la famille ou s’offrir quelques extras. De retour au village, les cueilleurs tapent violemment les graminées sur le sol ou sur des morceaux de bois avant de les placer délicatement sur des talus où sur le bord des routes. Une fois séchées et débarrassées de leurs pollens, les herbes sont assemblées par petits paquets. Vendu entre 5000 et 9000 kips le kilo (entre 50 centimes et un euro) suivant sa qualité, le « Kam » sera acheminé par de gros camions aux quatre coins du Laos et sur le territoire chinois où il sera transformé en balais domestiques.Laos Le grand business de l’herbe à balai. Chaque année, à la saison sèche, le Laos vit au rythme de la récolte d’une herbe providentielle qui se développe en moyenne altitude. Dans les nombreux villages au nord du pays, au mois de février, c’est toujours le même rituel. Dés que le soleil commence à percer la brume à l’horizon, c’est le moment pour les villageois munis de leur hotte en bambou, de se rendre en forêt pour y cueillir le « Kam », une plante qui pousse à flanc de collines, dans des endroits boisés, souvent difficile d’accès. Des plus jeunes aux plus âgés, toute la famille participe à cette activité saisonnière très largement répandue dans le pays au « Million d’éléphants ». Un moyen de subsistance comme tant d’autres, qui permet aux Laotiens de gagner un peu d’argent pour nourrir la famille ou s’offrir quelques extras. De retour au village, les cueilleurs tapent violemment les graminées sur le sol ou sur des morceaux de bois avant de les placer délicatement sur des talus où sur le bord des routes. Une fois séchées et débarrassées de leurs pollens, les herbes sont assemblées par petits paquets. Vendu entre 5000 et 9000 kips le kilo (entre 50 centimes et un euro) suivant sa qualité, le « Kam » sera acheminé par de gros camions aux quatre coins du Laos et sur le territoire chinois où il sera transformé en balais domestiques.© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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European Castor (Castor fiber) site with many trees cut along the Ain river, FranceEuropean Castor (Castor fiber) site with many trees cut along the Ain river, FranceEuropean Castor (Castor fiber) site with many trees cut along the Ain river, France© Rémi Masson / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hottentot fig (Carpobrotus edulis) is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, SpainHottentot fig (Carpobrotus edulis) is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, SpainHottentot fig (Carpobrotus edulis) is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, Spain© Roger Eritja / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Carpobrotus edulis is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, SpainCarpobrotus edulis is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, SpainCarpobrotus edulis is a South African original plant now known as invasive in many environments, Spain© Roger Eritja / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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During winter period thousands of gulls, many herons, kites, egrets, and rarely storks reach the dump to feedDuring winter period thousands of gulls, many herons, kites, egrets, and rarely storks reach the dump to feedDuring winter period thousands of gulls, many herons, kites, egrets, and rarely storks reach the dump to feed© Massimiliano Sticca / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Flowers in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Flowers in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Flowers in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Near the village of Uchisar, the Pigeons Valley is name after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Near the village of Uchisar, the Pigeons Valley is name after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Near the village of Uchisar, the Pigeons Valley is name after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons

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Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.Turkey. Cappadocia. Uchisar. Sculpture of pigeons in the Pigeons Valley, named after the numerous troglodyte dovecots made on its fairychimneys.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Impala jumping on the shores of Lake Kariba - Zimbabwe ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.Impala jumping on the shores of Lake Kariba - ZimbabweImpala jumping on the shores of Lake Kariba - Zimbabwe ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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African Elephants on the shore of Lake Kariba - Zimbabwe ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.African Elephants on the shore of Lake Kariba - ZimbabweAfrican Elephants on the shore of Lake Kariba - Zimbabwe ; This artificial lake is the border with Zambia. It is also a national park full of elephants, hippos and antilopes. In its water, the tiger fish attracts fishermen from all over the world.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - FranceDegradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.© Xavier Delorme / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - FranceDegradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of 7 to 8 May 2015 at Fort Louvois.© Xavier Delorme / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of May 4 to 5, 2015 at Fort Louvois. Degradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - FranceDegradation stormy night on the Fort Louvois - France ; Many storms have succeeded on the night of May 4 to 5, 2015 at Fort Louvois. © Xavier Delorme / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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