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Purple-crowned Fairy (Heliothryx barroti). An adult bird taking a bath in a small stream in the rainforest. Taken in Costa Rica in January. Gold Award, Bird Behavior (Bird Photographer of the year 2019)Purple-crowned Fairy (Heliothryx barroti). An adult bird taking a bath in a small stream in the rainforest. Taken in Costa Rica in January. Gold Award, Bird Behavior (Bird Photographer of the year 2019)Purple-crowned Fairy (Heliothryx barroti). An adult bird taking a bath in a small stream in the rainforest. Taken in Costa Rica in January. Gold Award, Bird Behavior (Bird Photographer of the year 2019)© Ivan Sjögren / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Purple-crowned Fairy (Heliothryx barroti). An adult bird taking a

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Lion (Panhthera leo) couple, Serengeti, Tanzania.Sipa Siena Italy 2017 - Remarkable Work Paramount Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Pena Rosarina - Argentina 2018 - Gold medal Vintage Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Uzbekistan 2018 - Gold MedalLion (Panhthera leo) couple, Serengeti, Tanzania.Sipa Siena Italy 2017 - Remarkable Work Paramount Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Pena Rosarina - Argentina 2018 - Gold medal Vintage Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Uzbekistan 2018 - Gold MedalLion (Panhthera leo) couple, Serengeti, Tanzania.Sipa Siena Italy 2017 - Remarkable Work Paramount Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Pena Rosarina - Argentina 2018 - Gold medal Vintage Circuit India 2018 - Gold Medal Uzbekistan 2018 - Gold Medal© Pierluigi Rizzato / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Lion (Panhthera leo) couple, Serengeti, Tanzania.Sipa Siena Italy

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Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) killing a wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), Serengeti, Tanzania, Sidney Australia 2018 - Gold MedalCheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) killing a wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), Serengeti, Tanzania, Sidney Australia 2018 - Gold MedalCheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) killing a wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), Serengeti, Tanzania, Sidney Australia 2018 - Gold Medal© Pierluigi Rizzato / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) killing a wildebeest (Connochaetes

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Philippine gold ringed snake (Boiga dendrophila latifasciata)Philippine gold ringed snake (Boiga dendrophila latifasciata)Philippine gold ringed snake (Boiga dendrophila latifasciata)© Matthijs Kuijpers / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Philippine gold ringed snake (Boiga dendrophila latifasciata)

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King penguins couple cuddling - South Georgia ; Gold HarbourKing penguins couple cuddling - South GeorgiaKing penguins couple cuddling - South Georgia ; Gold Harbour© David Tipling / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in UK
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King penguins couple cuddling - South Georgia ; Gold Harbour

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Meerkat looks up from digging - Kalahari South Africa ; The setting sun makes the dust kicked up by a digging Meerkat glow gold.Meerkat looks up from digging - Kalahari South AfricaMeerkat looks up from digging - Kalahari South Africa ; The setting sun makes the dust kicked up by a digging Meerkat glow gold.© Robin Hoskyns / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Meerkat looks up from digging - Kalahari South Africa ; The

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Golden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff CanadaGolden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff CanadaGolden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff Canada© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Golden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff Canada

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Golden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff CanadaGolden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff CanadaGolden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff Canada© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Golden-mantled ground squirrel on rock - Banff Canada

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Mission Golden-eyed Treefrog on moss - French Guiana ; horizontal pupils iris gold with a black crossMission Golden-eyed Treefrog on moss - French GuianaMission Golden-eyed Treefrog on moss - French Guiana ; horizontal pupils iris gold with a black cross© Françoise Serre-Collet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Mission Golden-eyed Treefrog on moss - French Guiana ; horizontal

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King Penguins on beach - Gold Harbour South GeorgiaKing Penguins on beach - Gold Harbour South GeorgiaKing Penguins on beach - Gold Harbour South Georgia© David Tipling / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in UK
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King Penguins on beach - Gold Harbour South Georgia

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Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The Center for Fine Art Photography<br>Animalia Exhibition 2010<br>Cave of the Buddhist temple of Khao Chong Phran<br/>Province of Ratchaburi<br/>After a decline due to an unrestrained hunting, the millions of Bats which occupies this cave are protected by the law and guards and monks take care that neither disturb or capture any more these flying Mammals. The big troop which flies away at the end of the day will capture 30 to 40 tons of insects in only one night! The monks ensure the exploitation and the sale of the invaluable guano collected in the cave. As for the frugivorous Flying foxes, they pollinate precious fruit trees.Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave ThailandRoundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The Center for Fine Art Photography
Animalia Exhibition 2010
Cave of the Buddhist temple of Khao Chong Phran
Province of Ratchaburi
After a decline due to an unrestrained hunting, the millions of Bats which occupies this cave are protected by the law and guards and monks take care that neither disturb or capture any more these flying Mammals. The big troop which flies away at the end of the day will capture 30 to 40 tons of insects in only one night! The monks ensure the exploitation and the sale of the invaluable guano collected in the cave. As for the frugivorous Flying foxes, they pollinate precious fruit trees.
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Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The

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Green Sea Turtles, being cleaned by yellow tang and gold-ring surgeonfish, Kona Coast, Big Island, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, USAGreen Sea Turtles, being cleaned by yellow tang and gold-ring surgeonfish, Kona Coast, Big Island, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, USAGreen Sea Turtles, being cleaned by yellow tang and gold-ring surgeonfish, Kona Coast, Big Island, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii, USA© Masa Ushioda / WaterFrame - Agence / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Green Sea Turtles, being cleaned by yellow tang and gold-ring

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Portrait du lierre panaché 'Gold Child'Portrait du lierre panaché 'Gold Child'Portrait du lierre panaché 'Gold Child'© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait du lierre panaché 'Gold Child'

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Group of ascidians on reef: Ink-spot sea squirt (Polycarpa aurata), Urn ascidian (Atriolum robustum), Tall Urn Ascidian (Didemnum molle), Urn Ascidian (Didemnum sp), off Gangga Island, North Sulawesi, IndonesiaGroup of ascidians on reef: Ink-spot sea squirt (Polycarpa aurata), Urn ascidian (Atriolum robustum), Tall Urn Ascidian (Didemnum molle), Urn Ascidian (Didemnum sp), off Gangga Island, North Sulawesi, IndonesiaGroup of ascidians on reef: Ink-spot sea squirt (Polycarpa aurata), Urn ascidian (Atriolum robustum), Tall Urn Ascidian (Didemnum molle), Urn Ascidian (Didemnum sp), off Gangga Island, North Sulawesi, Indonesia© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents

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Group of ascidians on reef: Ink-spot sea squirt (Polycarpa

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Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold'Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold'Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold'© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold'

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Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold', Astrancia majorAchillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold', Astrancia majorAchillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold', Astrancia major© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Achillea filipendulina 'Cloth of Gold', Astrancia major

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Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis), Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USAGolden-mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis), Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USAGolden-mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis), Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel (Callospermophilus lateralis),

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Gold Dust Day Gecko (Phelsuma laticauda) on tree trunk, ReunionGold Dust Day Gecko (Phelsuma laticauda) on tree trunk, ReunionGold Dust Day Gecko (Phelsuma laticauda) on tree trunk, Reunion© André Pascal / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gold Dust Day Gecko (Phelsuma laticauda) on tree trunk, Reunion

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Spectacularly sized Gold coral (Savalia savaglia) in Taza National Park, Algeria.Spectacularly sized Gold coral (Savalia savaglia) in Taza National Park, Algeria.Spectacularly sized Gold coral (Savalia savaglia) in Taza National Park, Algeria.© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents

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Spectacularly sized Gold coral (Savalia savaglia) in Taza

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The Matrimandir and its garden. Auroville, "the city of Dawn", an experimental, ideal, universal city, was born from a dream of Mirra Alfassa, named "The Mother", and of Sri Aurobindo. It was inaugurated in 1968, welcomes people from all over the world, sharing the desire to achieve human unity. The Matrimandir, this gigantic golden ball is a place of meditation for a new consciousness, and radiates from the center of the city. Here, a morning greeting in front of the sphere.The Matrimandir and its garden. Auroville, "the city of Dawn", an experimental, ideal, universal city, was born from a dream of Mirra Alfassa, named "The Mother", and of Sri Aurobindo. It was inaugurated in 1968, welcomes people from all over the world, sharing the desire to achieve human unity. The Matrimandir, this gigantic golden ball is a place of meditation for a new consciousness, and radiates from the center of the city. Here, a morning greeting in front of the sphere.The Matrimandir and its garden. Auroville, "the city of Dawn", an experimental, ideal, universal city, was born from a dream of Mirra Alfassa, named "The Mother", and of Sri Aurobindo. It was inaugurated in 1968, welcomes people from all over the world, sharing the desire to achieve human unity. The Matrimandir, this gigantic golden ball is a place of meditation for a new consciousness, and radiates from the center of the city. Here, a morning greeting in front of the sphere.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.Le Matrimandir et son jardin. Auroville, "la ville de l'Aurore", cité expérimentale, idéale, universelle, est née d'un rêve de Mirra Alfassa, nommée "La Mère", et de Sri Aurobindo. Elle a été inaugurée en 1968, accueille des gens du monde entier, partageant la volonté de réaliser l'unité humaine. Le Matrimandir, cette gigantesque boule dorée est un lieu de méditation pour une nouvelle conscience, et rayonne depuis le centre de la ville. Ici, une salutation du matin devant la sphère.© Alexandre Sattler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Individual gold prospecting with modern means on the Fortymile river, Taylor highway, from Tetlin junction to Eagle city in autumn, AlaskaIndividual gold prospecting with modern means on the Fortymile river, Taylor highway, from Tetlin junction to Eagle city in autumn, AlaskaIndividual gold prospecting with modern means on the Fortymile river, Taylor highway, from Tetlin junction to Eagle city in autumn, Alaska© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Individual gold prospecting with modern means on the Fortymile

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Old gold dredge (1920-1962): second largest excavator in Alaska, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, AlaskaOld gold dredge (1920-1962): second largest excavator in Alaska, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, AlaskaOld gold dredge (1920-1962): second largest excavator in Alaska, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, Alaska© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Old gold dredge (1920-1962): second largest excavator in Alaska,

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Davidson ditch: conduit bringing the water of excavators and prospectors, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, AlaskaDavidson ditch: conduit bringing the water of excavators and prospectors, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, AlaskaDavidson ditch: conduit bringing the water of excavators and prospectors, Steese highway, from Fox to Circle, Alaska© Robert Valarcher / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Davidson ditch: conduit bringing the water of excavators and

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Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera)Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera)Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera)© André Simon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera)

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Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera) female on a grass stem in summer, wet meadow, surroundings of Gérardmer, Vosges, FranceSmall gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera) female on a grass stem in summer, wet meadow, surroundings of Gérardmer, Vosges, FranceSmall gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera) female on a grass stem in summer, wet meadow, surroundings of Gérardmer, Vosges, France© André Simon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Small gold Grasshopper (Euthystira brachyptera) female on a grass

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Native Gold, Nevada, USANative Gold, Nevada, USANative Gold, Nevada, USA© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Native Gold, Nevada, USA

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Orangespotted Trevally (Carangoides bajad) above reef, Raja Ampat IndonesiaOrangespotted Trevally (Carangoides bajad) above reef, Raja Ampat IndonesiaOrangespotted Trevally (Carangoides bajad) above reef, Raja Ampat Indonesia© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Orangespotted Trevally (Carangoides bajad) above reef, Raja Ampat

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Triple hedge composed of Barberry (Berberis sp), Gold-leaf privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) and Yew (Taxus baccata) in spring, Pas de Calais, FranceTriple hedge composed of Barberry (Berberis sp), Gold-leaf privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) and Yew (Taxus baccata) in spring, Pas de Calais, FranceTriple hedge composed of Barberry (Berberis sp), Gold-leaf privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) and Yew (Taxus baccata) in spring, Pas de Calais, France© Yann Avril / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Triple hedge composed of Barberry (Berberis sp), Gold-leaf privet

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Gold coin plant (Pallenis maritima), Biotope: limestone coastline of Bonifacio, Corsica, FranceGold coin plant (Pallenis maritima), Biotope: limestone coastline of Bonifacio, Corsica, FranceGold coin plant (Pallenis maritima), Biotope: limestone coastline of Bonifacio, Corsica, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gold coin plant (Pallenis maritima), Biotope: limestone coastline

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Black and Gold Howler Monkey male (Alouatta caraya), Pantanal area, Mato Grosso, BrazilBlack and Gold Howler Monkey male (Alouatta caraya), Pantanal area, Mato Grosso, BrazilBlack and Gold Howler Monkey male (Alouatta caraya), Pantanal area, Mato Grosso, Brazil© Sylvain Cordier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Black and Gold Howler Monkey male (Alouatta caraya), Pantanal

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Las Medulas, former mining site dating back to Roman times. This exploitation over several centuries has left a landscape of eroded red hills and underground galleries (canals). The Las Médulas site has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Province of Leon, SpainLas Medulas, former mining site dating back to Roman times. This exploitation over several centuries has left a landscape of eroded red hills and underground galleries (canals). The Las Médulas site has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Province of Leon, SpainLas Medulas, former mining site dating back to Roman times. This exploitation over several centuries has left a landscape of eroded red hills and underground galleries (canals). The Las Médulas site has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Province of Leon, Spain© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Gallery of Las Medulas, old Roman gold mine, Province of Leon, SpainGallery of Las Medulas, old Roman gold mine, Province of Leon, SpainGallery of Las Medulas, old Roman gold mine, Province of Leon, Spain© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald'n Gold'© Alain Kubacsi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany

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Woman planting a Lantana 'New Gold' in summer.Woman planting a Lantana 'New Gold' in summer.Woman planting a Lantana 'New Gold' in summer.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Woman planting a Lantana 'New Gold' in summer.

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Squash 'Gold Nugget', a kind of non-runner pumpkin, for small gardens.Squash 'Gold Nugget', a kind of non-runner pumpkin, for small gardens.Squash 'Gold Nugget', a kind of non-runner pumpkin, for small gardens.© Jean-Michel Groult / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hay Pile of American Pika (Ochotona princeps), Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and so must gather plant material for winter consumption.Hay Pile of American Pika (Ochotona princeps), Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and so must gather plant material for winter consumption.Hay Pile of American Pika (Ochotona princeps), Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and so must gather plant material for winter consumption.© Stuart Wilson / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Hay Pile of American Pika (Ochotona princeps), Gold King Basin,

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American Pika (Ochotona princeps) collecting plant material, Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and must make hay piles for winter consumption. The species contains five subspecies, all of which can be found in western North America.American Pika (Ochotona princeps) collecting plant material, Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and must make hay piles for winter consumption. The species contains five subspecies, all of which can be found in western North America.American Pika (Ochotona princeps) collecting plant material, Gold King Basin, Colorado. Pikas do not hibernate and must make hay piles for winter consumption. The species contains five subspecies, all of which can be found in western North America.© Stuart Wilson / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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American Pika (Ochotona princeps) collecting plant material, Gold

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Gold nuggets, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold nuggets, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold nuggets, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them From© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Gold, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them From© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Gold, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL

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Gold nugget, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold nugget, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them FromGold nugget, Western Austaralia, Australia FROM THE PROJECT: METAL MAGIC: An Inordinate Fondness For Metals; The Metals That We Need to Run Our Civilization and the Minerals That We Get Them From© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Wakin Goldfishes (Carassius auratus)Wakin Goldfishes (Carassius auratus)Wakin Goldfishes (Carassius auratus)© Aqua Press / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Wakin Goldfish (Carassius auratus)Wakin Goldfish (Carassius auratus)Wakin Goldfish (Carassius auratus)© Aqua Press / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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