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Nature

I will write about Nature
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Jarumon Areejitkasem

on 4 May 2010

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This is a Australia sea lion Nature Australia sea lions play the the sea grass beds off little hopkins Island, Australia This is a Polar bear that is dancing For centuries polar bear have gathered along the Western shores of Hudson bay during late october and November waiting for the bay to freeze. Here at cape churchill the land extends far out into the bay and is one of the frist places the bay begins to freeze . When the ice grows solid , the polar bears move out onto the ice where they will spend the winter hunting for their main diet of ringed and bearded seals. This is a Africa Elephants Twilight of the Giants, Botswana 1989 . African elephants at twilight , Loxodonta africana, Chobe National Park, Botswana. This is a Water Lilies, Nymphaea Nouchali Okavango Delta, Botswana. The Okavango covers thousands of square miles, but it is really just a thin sheet of water streched across the sands of the Kalahari. Its image mirrored in icy water, a popular bear travels submerged-- a tactic often used to surpise prey. Scientists fear global warming could drive bears to extinction sometime this century. This is a thresher Shark Doomed by a gill net, a thresher shark in Mexico's Gulf of California is among an estimated 100 million sharks killed yearly for their fins. They add to the devastating global fish catch : nearly 100 milion tons. This is a mirror image.
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