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Concurso da 'National Geographic' premia melhores fotos de viagem. A foto de Ken Thorne tirada na costa oeste de Madagascar, perto de Morondava, recebeu um prêmio por mérito.

Concurso da 'National Geographic' premia melhores fotos de viagem. A foto de Ken Thorne tirada na costa oeste de Madagascar, perto de Morondava, recebeu um prêmio por mérito.

31 Images That Show The True Face Of The World – The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome

31 Images That Show The True Face Of The World

31 Images That Show The True Face Of The World – The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome

This is a picture of a brazilian kid who was part of the “cultural group of reggae”, playing his instrument in the funeral of his mentor who saved him from an environment of poverty and crime. He was rescued from the street.

This is a picture of a brazilian kid who was part of the “cultural group of reggae”, playing his instrument in the funeral of his mentor who saved him from an environment of poverty and crime. He was rescued from the street.

Powerful, yet weak. Simple, yet complex. There are few things in the world more intriguing, more mysterious than the human race itself. These 20 pictures capture the essence of every human emotion, f...

The spider tree: Millions of arachnids escape rising floodwater in one of 12 stunning photographs for National Geographic competition

Trees cocooned in spiders webs after flooding in Pakistan, 7 December 2010 - Russell Watkins
'An unexpected side-effect of the 2010 flooding in parts of Sindh, Pakistan, was that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters; because of the scale of the flooding and the fact that the water took so long to recede, many…

The spider tree: Millions of arachnids escape rising floodwater in one of 12 stunning photographs for National Geographic competition

The spider tree: Millions of arachnids escape rising floodwater in one of 12 stunning photographs for National Geographic competition Trees cocooned in spiders webs after flooding in Pakistan, 7 December 2010 - Russell Watkins 'An unexpected side-effect of the 2010 flooding in parts of Sindh, Pakistan, was that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters; because of the scale of the flooding and the fact that the water took so long to recede, many…

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