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Japanische Schneeaffen nehmen in winterlicher Kälte ein heißes Bad im Jigokudani Park in Yamanouchi. In diesem sogenannten Höllerntal mit seinen heißen Quellen leben 160 dieser Affen.

Japanische Schneeaffen nehmen in winterlicher Kälte ein heißes Bad im Jigokudani Park in Yamanouchi. In diesem sogenannten Höllerntal mit seinen heißen Quellen leben 160 dieser Affen.

Japan's Winter Lights Festival,  Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture. 'Nabano No Sato' is a flower-focused park featuring sprawling gardens and giant greenhouses. Annually from mid November to mid March it features one of Japan’s finest Winter Illuminations, including the famous tunnel of light. Photos by various photographers on Flickr. S)

Japan's Winter Lights Festival

Japan's Winter Lights Festival, Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture. 'Nabano No Sato' is a flower-focused park featuring sprawling gardens and giant greenhouses. Annually from mid November to mid March it features one of Japan’s finest Winter Illuminations, including the famous tunnel of light. Photos by various photographers on Flickr. S)

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…

Toro Nagashi  (灯籠流し)  is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns (chōchin) down a river; tōrō is traditionally another word for lantern, while nagashi means “cruise, flow”.

Toro Nagashi (灯籠流し) is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns (chōchin) down a river; tōrō is traditionally another word for lantern, while nagashi means “cruise, flow”.

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