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   CaliforniaMama  Sunday Jan 8 10:27 AM

January 8, 2012 SNAP!




Quote:
A year-old Nile crocodile attempts to snap up a frog in the St. Lucia Estuary. Part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, [South Africa] which UNESCO named a World Heritage site in 1999, the protected area is Africa’s largest estuarine system.


Photograph by Jonathan Blair, National Geographic

This photo is from the National Geographic book Visions of Earth.




Sundae  Sunday Jan 8 12:33 PM

Now that is beautiful.



HungLikeJesus  Sunday Jan 8 01:06 PM

That park was obviously named by Apple.



Gravdigr  Sunday Jan 8 08:03 PM

That's the biggest frog I've ever seen.



Gravdigr  Monday Jan 9 03:47 AM

Also, apparently someone has 'shopped out his gigantic, stainless steel balls.



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