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Images Dated 15th July 2012

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Sulphur paintbrush (Castilleja sulphurea) glowing at first light, San Juan National Forest, Colorado, United States of America, North America Featured 15 Jul 2012 Image

Sulphur paintbrush (Castilleja sulphurea) glowing at first light, San Juan National Forest, Colorado, United States of America, North America

© James Hager

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Europe, Norway, Svalbard. Two polar bears on sea ice mouthing each other while a Featured 15 Jul 2012 Image

Europe, Norway, Svalbard. Two polar bears on sea ice mouthing each other while a

Norway, Svalbard. Two polar bears on sea ice mouthing each other while a third bear approaches. Credit as: Bill Young / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Bill Young / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

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Abyssal marine sediments Featured 15 Jul 2012 Image

Abyssal marine sediments

Abyssal marine sediments, originally laid down in the mid-Pacific 200 to 300 million years ago then ferried by currents in the Earth's mantle and plastered against the edge of the ancient Australian continental raft. In the enormous heat and pressure of this process they crumpled like old newspaper. Modern wave erosion has re-exposed these metasediments. Wellington Rock, Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, Australia

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