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Do you know your aye-ayes from your axolotls? Think you could recognize a chevrotain in a crowd? Here are 20 animals that look as though they come straight from the pages of a fairy tale, although they all actually exist!

Martin Morin 


Museums You Should See

Slide 1 of 26: TripAdvisor recently released its list of the world's top 25 museums, a comprehensive ranking includes places from all corners of the world.


Slide 2 of 26: New York, New York; metmuseum.com
Slide 3 of 26: Paris, France; musee-orsay.fr

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 Evans Baudin’s photo of a whale shark giving a friendly ride to some suckerfish won the top prize in Scuba Diving magazine’s 2020 Through Your Lens underwater photography contest.


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The ocean continues to be a source of great exploration and enchantment for many. With its charismatic (and sometimes elusive) wildlife, stunning plant life and even shipwrecks and underwater statues, there are so many wonders to appreciate under the waves. But you don’t have to be an experienced diver to take a look at these 50 amazing sights from our seas — we’ve gathered them here for you in this gallery that celebrates our oceans.



Slide 3 of 51:            This brightly colored crustacean is a Peacock mantis shrimp. The females tend to be mainly red, but the males display these enchanting colors. They use an extremely fast punch to kill their prey — one of the fastest movements in the animal kingdom and forceful enough to break through an aquarium's glass wall.
Slide 6 of 51:            Up close with a crinoid — a marine animal related to sea stars and sea urchins. They are sometimes referred to as living fossils, because they have been around for about 450 million years and can still be found in the oceans today. This photo was taken in a coral reef in the Northern Mariana Islands.

Under the sea: 50 breathtaking images from our oceans (msn.com)

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Plitvice Lakes National Park is a mountainous forest reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in central Croatia. It covers a total of 113.9 square miles. The park features 16 turquoise lakes and several spectacular waterfalls, all of which can freeze during winter. The park has crystal clear waters and a delicate ecosystem that is home to species such as brown bears, wild cats, eagles, lynxes, owls, and turtles, as well as 75 endemic plant species.

The Most Beautiful Places in the World – WorldAtlas

Beautiful Place, Beautiful World

Zhangye Danxia Geopark, China

40 Most Beautiful Places in the World – Add These Destinations to Your Travel Bucket List (harpersbazaar.com)

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After The Tallest Tree In Wales Gets Damaged During Storm, Artist Turns It Into 50 Ft Hand – My Time (my-time.co)