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983-641 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, head breaching calf with smooth, light gray color characteristic of a newborn, approximately 12 feet in length and weighing upwards of two tons, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
983-498 - large black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, and Caribbean Reef Sharks, Carcharhinus perezi, black grouper can grow up to 1.5 m weighing 100 kg, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
809-5426 - Arrival of the new bell chime, baptised Marie, the biggest bell weighing six tons and playing a G sharp note (sol diese), on 850th anniversary of Notre Dame de Paris, Paris, France, Europe
809-5459 - Tallest obelisk in Rome and the largest standing ancient Egyptian obelisk in the world, weighing over 230 tons dating from the reign of Tuthmosis III, Piazza di San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe
809-5427 - Arrival of the new bell chime, baptised Marie, the biggest bell weighing six tons and playing a G sharp note (sol diese), on 850th anniversary of Notre Dame de Paris, Paris, France, Europe
832-130417 - Old Tachowaage scales, from around 1940, with a wooden box in a packing room from 1930, Museum of Industry, Sichartstrasse 5-25, Lauf an der Pegnitz, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
817-410340 - African buffalo, Cape buffalo, Syncerus caffer. It is peculiar to South and East Africa, weighing up to 910 kg, notably tall in size and ferocity, cooling off in the mud and a warthog, Phacochoerus africanus. National Park Queen Elizabeth, near to Kazinga. African buffalo, Cape buffalo, Syncerus caffer. It is peculiar to South and East Africa, weighing up to 910 kg, notably tall in size and ferocity, cooling off in the mud and a warthog, Phacochoerus africanus. National Park Queen Elizabeth, near to Kazinga Channel, Uganda, Africa
817-410338 - Herd African buffalo, Cape buffalo, Syncerus caffer. It is peculiar to South and East Africa, weighing up to 910 kg, notably tall in size and ferocity. Photo taken in ¥Kidepo Valley National Park¥, Uganda, Africa.
1194-2067 - Indonesia growth monitoring (baby weighing) at a posyandu, or mother-child temporary health post in village of paya lumpat. Photograph taken in meulaboh, aceh province -december 2006, 2 years after tsunami of december 26th 2004 devastated much of coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work projects of (catholic relief services) of sponsored photo tour
1194-2066 - Indonesia growth monitoring (baby weighing) at a posyandu, or mother-child temporary health post in village of paya lumpat. Photograph taken in meulaboh, aceh province -december 2006, 2 years after tsunami of december 26th 2004 devastated much of coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work projects of (catholic relief services) of sponsored photo tour
983-107 - large black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, and Caribbean Reef Sharks, Carcharhinus perezi, black grouper can grow up to 1.5 m weighing 100 kg, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean.
983-30 - humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, head breaching calf with smooth, light gray color characteristic of a newborn, approximately 12 feet in length and weighing upwards of two tons, Hawaii, USA, Pacific Ocean
979-4423 - Adult Southern Rockhopper Penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome) in the Falkland Islands. This is the smallest yellow-crested, black-and-white penguin in the genus Eudyptes. It reaches a length of 45-58 cm (18-23 in) and typically weighs 2-3.4 kg (4.4-7.5 lb), although there are records of exceptionally large rockhoppers weighing 5 kg (11 lbs). Their common name refers to the fact that unlike many other penguins which negotiate obstacles by sliding on their bellies or by awkward climbing using their flipper-like wings as aid, Rockhoppers will try to jump over boulders and across cracks. This behavior is by no means unique to this species however - at least the other "crested" penguins of the genus Eudyptes hop around rocks too. Southern Rockhopper Penguins have a global population of roughly 1 million pairs, perhaps a bit more. About two-thirds of the global population belongs to E. c. chrysocome which breeds on the Falkland Islands and on islands off Argentina and southern Chile. The Southern Rockhopper Penguin is classified as Vulnerable species by the IUCN.
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