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Mardi shares her wonderful experience about the one that didn’t get away…but not without some precious assistance from above ...On March 17, 2013 / By eyes4earth
Five fascinating cases (with photos & video) of dolphin-assisted fishing from around the world. Is life more about mutualism ...On November 21, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
A series of events which may or may not prove anything with respect to meaningful nature experience - except ...On September 12, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
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Something fishy to add to our weekly release of meaningful nature experience images. ...On March 21, 2012 / By Matthew Zylstra
National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry describes a magical experience photographing an enormous right whale off the coast of New ...On November 21, 2011 / By eyes4earth
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And yet we know…
Hatred, even of meanness
Contorts the features
Anger, even against injustice
Makes the voice hoarse. Oh, we
Who wanted to prepare the ground for friendliness
Could not ourselves be friendly.
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