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832-387990 - Guanacos (Llama guanicoe), two animals in playful combat, Torres del Paine National Park, Region de Magallanes y de la Antartica Chilena, Patagonia, Chile, South America
832-387991 - Guanacos (Llama guanicoe), two animals in playful combat, Torres del Paine National Park, Region de Magallanes y de la Antartica Chilena, Patagonia, Chile, South America
832-387989 - Guanaco (Llama guanicoe), three animals in playful combat, Torres del Paine National Park, Region de Magallanes y de la Antartica Chilena, Patagonia, Chile, South America
817-455472 - Shoo Shoo Baby is the name of a B-17 Flying Fortress in World War II, preserved and on public display. A B-17G-35-BO, serial number 42-32076, and manufactured by Boeing, it was named by her crew for a song of the same name made popular by The Andrews Sisters, the favorite song of its crew chief T/Sgt. Hank Cordes. Photographs of the bomber indicate that a third 'Shoo' was added to the name at some point in May 1944 when the original aircraft commander completed his tour of duty and was replaced by another pilot.
857-30896 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30893 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
857-30895 - Kazuko Uezu, age 65, makes tofu before dawn in her small shop in the village of Hedo. Despite 50 years of practice "every batch tastes slightly different" says Kazuko who rises at 4-am seven days a week to make tofu. Traditional methods and a small production produces subtle variations in every batch despite the fact that tofu has only two ingredients, salt water and soy beans. Kazuko get the salt water from the East China Sea (just down the road from her house) but the soybeans come from America. Okinawan centenarians eat tofu daily and it is believed the high flavanoid content in tofu contributes to their longevity. Flavanoids are known to fight breast and prostate cancer and believed to combat heart disease.
983-238 - volcanic stone club, ancient Hawaiian close combat weapon - prior to the introduction of firearms to Hawaii, warriors engaged in hand-to-hand combat when fighting in battle, Hawaii, USA
983-236 - tiger shark multi-tooth dagger, ancient Hawaiian close combat weapon - prior to the introduction of firearms to Hawaii, warriors engaged in hand-to-hand combat when fighting in battle, Hawaii, USA
983-237 - long-handled volcanic stone club, ancient Hawaiian close combat weapon - prior to the introduction of firearms to Hawaii, warriors engaged in hand-to-hand combat when fighting in battle, Hawaii, USA
983-239 - wooden dagger, ancient Hawaiian close combat weapon - prior to the introduction of firearms to Hawaii, warriors engaged in hand-to-hand combat when fighting in battle, Hawaii, USA
983-235 - dagger with shark's tooth, an embedded tiger shark tooth will act like a burb giving , ancient Hawaiian close combat weapon - prior to the introduction of firearms to Hawaii, warriors engaged in hand-to-hand combat when fighting in battle, Hawaii, USA
911-4161 - Chinese trying to combat desertification by planting millions of trees, but sadly many die as the ground is now just too dry to support them, Inner Mongolia, Northern China, Asia
911-4160 - Chinese trying to combat desertification by planting millions of trees, but sadly many die as the ground is now just too dry to support them, Inner Mongolia, Northern China, Asia
911-4162 - Chinese trying to combat desertification by planting millions of trees, but sadly many die as the ground is now just too dry to support them, Inner Mongolia, Northern China, Asia
817-105939 - Queen excluder used between supers ( single boxes ) to isolate queen bee in lower portion of hive from honey bearing supers which are to be harvested, Paper towel which has been soaked in mineral oil, is used to help the bees combat mites.