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Wild horses gallop in a plowed area of Amajari in the Amazon city of Boa Vista in

Wild horses gallop in a plowed area of Amajari in the Amazon city of Boa Vista in the state of Roraima, Brazil, December 2, 2015. The wild horses, known as "Lavradeiro horses" and introduced by colonists, were brought from Portugal, Spain, North Africa and Cape Verde, and are therefore purebred descendants of the Arabian Barbo and Andalusian breeds, according to the INCT (National Science and Technology Institutes Brazil). The original animals escaped from farms and now number around 1,500 horses in the region, according to EMBRAPA (Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation). Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker - GF

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Hairy Anglerfish, Caulophryne pelagica

Bizarre species of deep-sea fish caught near the Cape Verde Islands. This particular specimen ate a very large meal, giving it an enormous stomach

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

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Los Realejos, Tenerife, Spain - Dragon Tree

Los Realejos, Tenerife, Spain - Dragon Tree. Dracaena draco, the Canary Islands dragon tree or drago, is a subtropical tree-like plant in the genus Dracaena, native to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Madeira, and locally in western Morocco, and introduced to the Azores. It is the natural symbol of the island of Tenerife, together with the blue chaffinch Date: 1913

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