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860-292577 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292579 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292564 - Saline ponds at the salt works next to Almadraba de Monteleva. The reddish colour depends on the level of salinity and is directly caused by the algae Dunaliella salina and brine shrimp. Aerial view. Drone shot. Nature Reserve Cabo de Gata-Nijar, Almería province, Andalusia, Spain.
860-292578 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292580 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292576 - Wreck of the Boga, patrol vessel used by the Indonesian government voluntarily sunk in September 2012, to provide additional wreckage for diving in the area to become an artificial reef and allow diving to develop in Kubu. The wreck now lies between 13 and 31m, with the bow just a few fin strokes from the shore. The current can be strong at this site. Tulamben, Bali, Indonesia.
860-292511 - Two little girls dressed in colorful dresses and a white hijab run towards the sea. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play on the white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292509 - Little boy wearing abaya, white jdellaba and orange and gold kofia. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play on the white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292510 - Young girl wearing white dress with pink ruffles and veil, white hijab. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play by the sea. White sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292508 - Young girl dressed in a blue dress with orange, red and brown floral motifs and a white hijab veil. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play on the white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292506 - Portrait of a little boy wearing an orange abaya and a black and gold kofia, hiding behind a wooden pole. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play on the white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania..,
860-292507 - Two young girls dressed in white veils and black abaya, the older one threatens the younger one with a stick while the latter is dancing in defiance. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play on the white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292504 - Portrait of a little boy wearing an orange abaya and a black and gold kofia embracing a wooden pole. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play by the sea, a white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292505 - Little boy dressed in an abaya, light gray jdellaba and wearing a golden kofia, trying to drink water from a bottle. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play by the sea, a white sand beach and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
860-292503 - Young girl dressed in a pink fuchsia dress with ruffles and veil, white hijab. In the late afternoon, children from a small village come to play by the sea, a beach of white sand and turquoise sea on the east coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
1116-53248 - Bull moose (Alces alces) wades through the mist of a cool Southcentral Alaska evening during the September 'rut', or breeding season. Moose are the largest member of the deer family. The animals are circumpolar and the Alaska-Yukon race, Alces alces gigas, is the largest of all, Alaska, United States of America
860-292479 - Traditional Muslim children: girls wear abayas, boys wear kofias, traditional hats, on their way to school in the narrow streets of Stone Town, capital of Zanzibar, Tanzania.
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.
860-292296 - Silvery lutung or Silvered leaf Monkey or Silvery Langur (Trachypithecus cristatus), baby ( orange in color) with the mother, Reserve of Labuk Bay, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292297 - Silvery lutung or Silvered leaf Monkey or Silvery Langur (Trachypithecus cristatus), baby ( orange in color) with the mother, Reserve of Labuk Bay, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292295 - Silvery lutung or Silvered leaf Monkey or Silvery Langur (Trachypithecus cristatus), baby ( orange in color) with the mother, Reserve of Labuk Bay, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292292 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) at rest on a branch, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292290 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus), Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292291 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) at rest on a branch, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292289 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) climbing in a tree, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292288 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) climbing in a tree, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292286 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus), Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292287 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus), Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292285 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) climbing in a tree, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292284 - Bornean Sun Bear (Helarctos malayanus) climbing in a tree, Borneo Malay Bear Center, Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, Sabah, Malaysia, North Borneo, Southeast Asia
860-292174 - Jaguar walking on the beach (Panthera onca) is a wild cat species and the only extant member of the genus Panthera native to the Americas. Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil
860-292172 - Jaguar walking in the forest (Panthera onca) is a wild cat species and the only extant member of the genus Panthera native to the Americas. Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil
860-292171 - Jaguar walking in the forest (Panthera onca) is a wild cat species and the only extant member of the genus Panthera native to the Americas. Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil