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"Have you seen this princess?" Stormtrooper Jacob French is pictured on day 5 of his 4,000-kilometre journey from Perth to Sydney, talking with a young Star Wars fan at Port Bouvard bridge in Perth, Australia on July 15, 2011. French aims to walk 35 to 40 kilometres a day, 5 days a week, in full Star Wars stormtrooper costume until he reaches Sydney.
Two three-month-old Crowned lemurs (Eulemur coronatus) lay on their mother's back in their enclosure on July 8, 2011 at the zoo in Mulhouse, northeastern France. Every year there are about 250 to 350 births at the Mulhouse zoo. Some young animals, once weaned, can be introduced in protected zones of their original region. If not, they go to other zoos to make up other families.
A three-month-old Pied tamarin (Saguinus Bicolor) is pictured with its mother in their enclosure on July 8, 2011 at the zoo in Mulhouse, northeastern France. Every year there are about 250 to 350 births at the Mulhouse zoo. Some young animals, once weaned, can be introduced in protected zones of their original region.
Revellers chase a bull into the sea during the 'Bous a la Mar' festival on July 14, 2011 in Denia, Spain. The Spanish 'Bous a la Mar' or 'Bulls to the Sea' festival is held in honour of the Santisima Sangre and commemorate a monk named Pedro Esteve, who, as the legend has it, saved the coastal town of Denia from a plague in 1633. The bulls chased into the sea are later brought back to land by small boats.
Women mourn in front of coffins prepared for a mass burial at the Memorial Center in Potocari, near Srebrenica July 10, 2011. The bodies of 614 recently identified victims of the Srebrenica massacre will be buried on July 11, the anniversary of the massacre when Bosnian Serb forces commanded by Ratko Mladic slaughtered 8,000 Muslim men and boys and buried them in mass graves, in Europe's worst massacre since World War Two. Mladic is now on trial at the Hague for war crimes. (Reuters/Marko Djurica)
An Australian astronomer spent 18 months photographing the night sky with an ordinary digital camera, turning thousands of pictures into a stunning time-lapse video. This image shows star trails above Elephant Rock on the Mornington Peninsula in South Victoria. Alex Cherney took advantage of the lack of light pollution from a remote peninsula on the south coast of Australia to record the dazzling scenes, showing how the sky changes at night. The pictures show planets, shooting stars, the Milky Way, the Moon, satellites and planes as well as rolling clouds, changing tides and passing ships on the horizon. Cherney, an IT consultant, spent six separate nights over 18 months shooting the sky — each with a new or crescent moon to ensure minimum interference from light.
Toronto Star Picture Editor Wanda Goodwin couldn't resist showcasing these two Arctic fox pups at The Aquarium of the Pacific. Yes, another Daily Beast Cute Alert! Photos: Robin Riggs The two brothers who are just six-weeks old and can be viewed at the Aquarium’s Molina Animal Care Center. The animals were born at a facility in the mid west and have made Long Beach their new home. This little pup has one blue and one brown eye.
Fun Pic , Pop Culture — By Dave on 2011/02/28 1:48 PM These beautiful works of art are from Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski. Pawel was born in 1976 in Szczecin. He graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan with specialization in graphics. He is famous for his satirical illustrations that make you wonder about society, politics and all the biggies in life. Join Daily Picks and Flicks on Facebook
Amazing Scanning Electron Microscope Photos All these pictures are from the book 'Microcosmos,' created by Brandon Brill from London. This book includes many scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of insects, human body parts and household items. These are the most amazing images of what is too small to see with the naked eye. 2-2-11 An ant, Formica fusca , holding a microchip
Can you imagine something happening that would endanger these exquisite azure caverns? It might if Chile continues with plans to build five hydro-power dams in Patagonia. Photo #7 by © Jorge Leon Cabello
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