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Photo by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz | Harvesting wind and wheat on a farm near Hitchand, Texas. Wind power is now cheaper than fossil fuels in the U.S., but entrenched political interests are stopping construction of a power grid to get it to mar

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Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | A large male polar bear yawns during a snooze on the west coast of the Hudson Bay, in Manitoba, Canada. Aside from his blueish purple tongue, his mouth contains another interesting feature: the position of his

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Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A quiet moment for a Moroccan cameleer in the sands of the Sahara, near the village of Merzouga. The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, and Merzouga is the gateway to Erg Chebbi, a great expense of sand

Photo by Jasper Doest @jasperdoest | My cousin Odette takes Flamingo Bob out for a swim or a stroll on the beach almost every week. She loves seeing Bob in his natural environment, but realizes that he would never be able to survive out there. She re

Photo by Diana Markosian @markosian | A group of dancers in Grozny, Chechnya, wait to perform in the central square. After nearly two decades of war and 70 years of Soviet rule during which religious participation was banned, modern-day Chechnya is g

Photo by Stephen Alvarez @salvarezphoto | Putnam County, Georgia. Rock Eagle is one of the few Native American effigy mounds in the United States east of the Ohio River. The scale of this artwork is immense. The bird image is made from quartzite rock

Photo by Gabriele Galimberti @gabrielegalimbertiphoto and Juri De Luca | Fossils of long-extinct creatures aren’t just for museums. Today there’re in homes and businesses as wealthy collectors indulge a controversial hobby. A Kaatedocus siberi stands

Photo by Dina Litovsky @dina_litovsky | Students in Kiev celebrate the last day of school by jumping into the city’s numerous fountains. The "last bell" ceremony dates to the Soviet Union era and is still observed in many post-Soviet cities. The fest

Photo by Brian Skerry @brianskerry | A pair of Atlantic bluefin tuna, each weighing perhaps 1,000 pounds, swim in the chilly waters of Canada's Gulf of St. Lawrence. Bluefin possess incredible biology. They continue to grow their entire lives, swim f

Photo by Anastasia Taylor-Lind @anastasiatl | The last time Marina Korneeva heard about her home, it was being used by the army as an improvised morgue. Corpses were stored inside without refrigeration. Marina, 37, works as a pharmacist. She has a hu

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