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1383-98 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-96 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-97 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-95 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-94 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-92 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-93 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-91 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-90 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-89 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-88 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-87 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-86 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-85 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-84 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-83 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-82 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-81 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-80 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-79 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-77 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-78 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-76 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-75 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-74 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-73 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-72 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-71 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-70 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-69 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-67 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-66 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-65 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-63 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-64 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-62 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-61 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-60 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-59 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-58 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-57 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-56 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-55 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-54 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
1383-53 - The Kulamba Traditional Ceremony of the Chewa people takes place every year on the last Saturday in August near Katete. The Chewa who also live in Mozambique and Malawi come to pay homage to their Chief Kalonga Gaia Uni.
860-292474 - Giant Seychelles tortoise (Aldabrachelys gigantea), Turtle island, Prison island, Zanzibar. This island was used as a prison for slaves, and four giant Seychelles tortoises were introduced. Today, they are protected from poachers, and the oldest are between 170 and 200 years old.
860-292443 - Tek rebreather diver at a depth of 70 meters with a DPV specially equipped with 60,000 lumen lighting and 12 Gopro to carry out a 3D survey of a karstic cave submerged for over 14,000 years, Passe Bateau Sud, Mayotte Lagoon
1111-267 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-266 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-265 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-254 - Haenyeo women sort their catch. They dive for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-252 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-251 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
832-404355 - Young Caucasian mother playing with her in the room with toys. Baby less than a year learning the first lessons of her mother. Mother playing with her son and hugging him lovingly
1112-7820 - Seated statue, one of the Colossi of Memnon, near the Valley of the Kings, where for a period of 500 years rock tombs were excavated for pharaohs, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
1112-7815 - The Colossi of Memnon, seated statues near the Valley of the Kings, where for a period of 500 years rock tombs were excavated for pharaohs, UNESCO World Hderitage Site, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
1358-203 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-204 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-202 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-201 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-200 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-199 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
1358-198 - Glass Beach, site of large quantities of sea glass, from shipwrecks and bottles thrown into the sea from the Royal Navy Dockyard over hundreds of years, Bermuda, Atlantic, North America
860-291421 - 27-year-old female researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes showing an example of a nodule of bacteria attached to the roots in the rainforest of the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291418 - 27-year-old researcher and her team working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291419 - 27-year-old researcher working in a lab on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291415 - 27-year-old researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291416 - 27-year-old researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291414 - 29-year-old assistant researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291413 - 27-year-old researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291409 - 27-year-old researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291410 - 27-year-old researcher working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
860-291408 - 27-year-old researcher and her team working on nitrogen exchange between bacteria and the roots of legumes in the rainforest at the "La Selva" research station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica
832-400570 - Young hoopoe (Upupa epops) shortly in front of its flight, Bird of the Year 2022, Middle Elbe Biosphere Reserve, Middle Elbe River Landscape, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, Europe