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Sunrise on Mount Sopris, Colorado.

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Antarctica Day​

The windiest, coldest, and driest continent on Earth—Antarctica—was officially discovered in 1820. In the following decades, several countries organized expeditions to reach and explore the Antarctic ice sheets. The southernmost continent had no indigenous population and various nations claimed ownership. But in 1959, 12 countries signed the Antarctic Treaty, banning military activities and setting Antarctica aside for scientific research. Today, we celebrate the anniversary of this treaty, which now has 56 parties.

From suspended clouds of ice crystals to a subglacial, iron oxide-rich lake that seeps into a blood-red waterfall, this polar desert is full of natural wonders. Its massive ice sheet stores about 70% of the world's fresh water, enough to raise sea levels by more than 200 feet if it were to melt entirely.
 

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Tangram Ultimate Pro version 3.1, you have three minutes to make it after they toss it all up. :eek:

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But honestly though, this is a corn maze in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.

Actually, that maze is over 100 years old, and if you look closely enough, you'll see it's the architecture for an intel CPU sent down from above by Ancient Aliens to help advance our civilization more quickly.

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Just saying ;) 😅
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Christmas Bird Count

In the world of birdwatching, the Christmas Bird Count, first held back in 1900, is a highlight of the year. The original bird count involved just 27 people spread over 25 locations in the US and Canada. Since then, the annual bird census has grown exponentially, with participants in more than 2,360 locations across various countries.

In North America's coniferous forests lives a tiny bird of prey—the boreal owl. The small brown and white-flecked raptor is shy and keeps well hidden from our view. Despite its compact size, it is a formidable hunter, feeding on small mammals, voles, and birds. With dark plumage and expressive eyes, it strikes a captivating figure in the moonlit canopy, intriguing bird enthusiasts and researchers. Any birder would be fortunate to spot one during their Christmas Bird Count.
 

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Christmas Bird Count

In the world of birdwatching, the Christmas Bird Count, first held back in 1900, is a highlight of the year. The original bird count involved just 27 people spread over 25 locations in the US and Canada. Since then, the annual bird census has grown exponentially, with participants in more than 2,360 locations across various countries.

In North America's coniferous forests lives a tiny bird of prey—the boreal owl. The small brown and white-flecked raptor is shy and keeps well hidden from our view. Despite its compact size, it is a formidable hunter, feeding on small mammals, voles, and birds. With dark plumage and expressive eyes, it strikes a captivating figure in the moonlit canopy, intriguing bird enthusiasts and researchers. Any birder would be fortunate to spot one during their Christmas Bird Count.
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Among the highlights are "Milky Way" by Hungarian photographer Bence Mate, which won The Night Sky category of this year’s Nature TTL competition. A remote-controlled camera was placed inside a fish tank and left on the ground, where a curious wild boar came to investigate at just the right time. The resulting image gives the impression that the animal is a celestial being, peering down from the stars.
 

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By Marcio Cabral​

"This panorama shows the beauty of Chapada dos Veadeiros, a Brazilian national park that hosts a rich biodiversity and breathtaking landscapes.

The white flowers that stand out in the foreground are a rare species of Paepalanthus, a genus of plants endemic to the region.

They were illuminated by a scurion lamp to create a contrast with the dark sky.

In the background, the Milky Way curves over the hills, revealing the colors and shapes of stars and nebulae.

This pano was taken with a specialized camera for astrophotography, which allows capturing more details of the universe."
 

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