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National Geographic A male yellow-headed jawfish opens his mouth to aerate the eggs. (Photo by Sabrina Li)  See more stunning shots from the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest: http://on.natgeo.com/12Uj7Lz

National Geographic A male yellow-headed jawfish opens his mouth to aerate the eggs. (Photo by Sabrina Li) See more stunning shots from the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest: http://on.natgeo.com/12Uj7Lz

Spook Bridge  Every town has a legend, a ghost story that survives one generation after another, and Valdosta is no exception.    Lowndes and Brooks County meet along the Withlacoochee River, where an abandoned bridge stands--host to stories of star-crossed lovers, satanic worship and a cold-blooded murder.    The bridge, known as Spook Bridge, was not always such a scary place. According to Charles Arnold, electrical superintendent for Quitman, the bridge was probably built in the late…

Spook Bridge Every town has a legend, a ghost story that survives one generation after another, and Valdosta is no exception. Lowndes and Brooks County meet along the Withlacoochee River, where an abandoned bridge stands--host to stories of star-crossed lovers, satanic worship and a cold-blooded murder. The bridge, known as Spook Bridge, was not always such a scary place. According to Charles Arnold, electrical superintendent for Quitman, the bridge was probably built in the late…

coneflower stop | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

coneflower stop | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

butterfly in belize

belize was amazing! i spent the day in a tropical rainforest.

Whitebanded Crab Spider (Misumenoides formosipes) on Verbena

Whitebanded Crab Spider (Misumenoides formosipes) on Verbena

owl butterfly made | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

owl butterfly made | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Coelocanth...living fossil...thought to be as extinct as the dinosaurs until one turned up in a fishing net in 1938.  Never photographed alive until just a few years ago.

Coelacanth

Coelocanth...living fossil...thought to be as extinct as the dinosaurs until one turned up in a fishing net in 1938. Never photographed alive until just a few years ago.

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