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857-95015 - A young man wearing sunglasses, uses a map to find his way in the province of Groningen, The Netherlands, around the Netwerk Fietsknooppunten, a network of marked junctions of bycicle roads spanning all country Netherlands.
857-92685 - Three participants of the UTMB are running in the hills of Chamonix. The famous peaks of the Mont Blanc range are in the background. The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (also referred to as UTMB) is a single-stage mountain ultramarathon. It takes place once a year in the Alps, across France, Italy and Switzerland. The distance is approximately 166 kilometres (103 mi), with a total elevation gain of around 9,600 m. It is widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in Europe. It's certainly one of the largest with over two thousand starters. The combined participation in all of the events is approaching 10 thousand runners. While the best runners complete the loop in slightly more than 20 hours, most runners take 30 to 45 hours to reach the finish line.
857-92684 - An elderly woman is running in the hills of Chamonix. She is close to finishing the extremely exhausting UTMB race. The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (also referred to as UTMB) is a single-stage mountain ultramarathon. It takes place once a year in the Alps, across France, Italy and Switzerland. The distance is approximately 166 kilometres (103 mi), with a total elevation gain of around 9,600 m. It is widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in Europe. It's certainly one of the largest with over two thousand starters. The combined participation in all of the events is approaching 10 thousand runners. While the best runners complete the loop in slightly more than 20 hours, most runners take 30 to 45 hours to reach the finish line.
911-10656 - A glacier at Recherchefjorden on Western Svalbard. All of Svalbards glaciers are retreating, even in the north of the archiapelago despite only being around 600 miles from the North Pole.
911-10658 - A glacier at Recherchefjorden on Western Svalbard with moraine showing the massive rate of retreat in the last 100 years.. All of Svalbards glaciers are retreating, even in the north of the archiapelago despite only being around 600 miles from the North Pole.
911-10657 - A glacier at Recherchefjorden on Western Svalbard. All of Svalbards glaciers are retreating, even in the north of the archiapelago despite only being around 600 miles from the North Pole.
911-10649 - An iceberg from a glacier in northern Svalbard. All of Svalbards glaciers are retreating, even in the north of the archiapelago despite only being around 600 miles from the North Pole.
911-10300 - An old wagon train at the Harmony Borax works in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10307 - Colourful rocks from Artists Drive in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10312 - Badland scenery at sunset, Zabriskie Point in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10277 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10274 - Badland scenery in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10299 - Saline creeks in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10302 - Solar panels at the Furnace Creek Visitor Centre in Death Valley. Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10286 - Badland scenery at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10309 - Colourful rocks from Artists Drive in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10296 - Lizard trails on the Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10305 - An RV on the road near Badwater which is the lowest point in the USA being 282 feet below sea level in Death Valley. Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10306 - Badland scenery around Artists Drive road, Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10308 - Colourful rocks from Artists Drive in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10304 - The Devils Golf course in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10276 - An extreme heat danger sign in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10279 - Footprints and lizard tracks on the Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10298 - Saline creeks in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10281 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10287 - Badland scenery at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10289 - Solar panels amongst Badland scenery in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10280 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10284 - Saline creeks in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10285 - An old wagon train at the Harmony Borax works in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10278 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10283 - A sign at 100 feet below sea level in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10303 - Solar panels at the Furnace Creek Visitor Centre in Death Valley. Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10288 - Badland scenery at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10297 - A dried up creek that when it contains water, supports Pup fish, a highly adapted fish that can tolerate high levels of salt. Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10301 - An old wagon train at the Harmony Borax works in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10282 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10295 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10310 - Colourful rocks from Artists Drive in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10294 - The Mesquite flat sand dunes in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10291 - The Devils Golf Course in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10290 - Solar panels amongst Badland scenery in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
911-10311 - Badland scenery at Zabriskie Point at sunset in Death Valley which is the lowest, hottest, driest place in the USA, with an average annual rainfall of around 2 inches, some years it does not receive any rain at all.
817-410339 - Olive baboon, Papio Anubis, Olive baboons are widespread throughout equatorial Africa and are found in 25 countries. From the west coast of Africa moving eastward. In the picture there is a mother with a juvenile, the mother is eating some grass and the s. Olive baboon, Papio Anubis, Olive baboons are widespread throughout equatorial Africa and are found in 25 countries. From the west coast of Africa moving eastward. In the picture there is a mother with a juvenile, the mother is eating some grass and the small one is in its back. In Uganda, olive baboons live in open woodland bordered by savannah and in evergreen tropical forests At Queen Elizabeth National Park, situated in Uganda, near the border of Democratic Republic of Congo, the habitat is characterized by dense forest, coarse wet grass, short grass and open grassland. Olive baboons consume a wide variety of foods and they can adapt to very different kind of habitats, from desert to mountain forest because they have many different strategies and habilities to extract food and nutrients. Baboons are omnivores and consume a huge variety of vegetables, insects, birds, eggs, and vertebrates including other primates. The Olive Baboon is one of the largest baboons, with the males being larger than the females. Their body length is 60, 86 cm, their tail length is 41, 58 cm and they weigh between 22 and 37 Kg. There is some geographical variation in average size. They have an olive green/grey coat that covers their bodies and a black face. The males have large canine teeth where as the teeth of females are much smaller. They move around on all four limbs. They live in troops of males and females that consist of between 20 and 50 members. The picture was taken in Ugande, in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, near the Kazinga channel., Uganda, Africa, East-africa
857-63360 - Portrait of a young boy wearing bright orange glasses and a sling shot around his neck. Gbolokai is a small town of a few hundred people 20 minutes off the main road near Totota, all of its inhabitants fled during the long brutal civil war and have slowly returned after 2005 to try and rebuild their lives.
979-7139 - Chinstrap penguin (Pygoscelis antarctica) chick head detail at colony on Useful Island near the Antarctic Peninsula. There are an estimated 2 million breeding pairs of chinstrap penguins in the Antarctic peninsula region alone, perhaps as many as 7.5 million breeding pairs in all of Antarctica. Their name derives from the narrow black band under their heads which makes it appear as if they are wearing black helmets, making them one of the most easily identified types of penguin. Other names for them are "Ringed Penguins", "Bearded Penguins", and "Stonecracker Penguins" due to their harsh call. They grow to 68 cm (27 in). The average adult weight of a Chinstrap Penguin is 4.5 kg (10 lbs). Weight can range from 3 to 6 kg (6.6-13.2 lbs), with males being slightly larger and weight varying based on where the penguin is in the breeding cycle. Their diet consists of krill, shrimp, and fish. On land they build circular nests from stones, and lay two eggs, which are incubated by both the male and the female for shifts of five to ten days. They can also breed on icebergs, though they prefer non-icy conditions. The chicks hatch after about 35 days, and have fluffy gray backs and white fronts. The chicks stay in the nest for 20?30 days before they go to join a creche. At around 50?60 days old, they moult, gaining their adult plumage and go to sea. The Chinstrap Penguin was first described by German naturalist Forster in 1781. Its specific epithet was often seen as antarctica, however a 2002 review determined the genus Pygoscelis was masculine, and hence the correct binomial name is Pygoscelis antarcticus.