The Amazing Planet and Nature Thread

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that’s unreal.

I’m usually on holidays this time of year in Mexico in Mayan area. Big storm came through three weeks ago, washed away the beach I’m normally building sandcastles on with my son. Sis-in-law is there right now, send me this before/after pick from 12months ago.

The smallest bird in the world is the Zunzunito, also know as the bee bird.

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On the theme of small things:

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Hope the cat doesn’t see that bird… won’t believe its luck

My Geckos don’t like cats, big one would eat that one for sure.

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Katabatic winds up to 35 knots :exploding_head:

bought a new TV on the weekend (Bravia XR) and first watch was a series called “Our Universe”

awesome stuff.

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Oh my days…I can see the why it was a rest day…

How is Mr. Wilkored doing now :pray:

Well there’s no shopping to do, no presents to wrap, no food prep to do, washing pots gives him dry skin and he’s 'playing ’ in his new shed…all in all he’s very well thankyou, after his dying swan ‘manflu’ episode…nah…he’s better now…but still finding things to moan about…oh what joy!!!

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There is a solution to everything @Wilkored08
Tell hubby you getting a helper in :0)

Someone that resembles Dar…in his CK’s…

A story of hope but reading along the ignorance and ravages of man are disheartening to say the least. Vestiges of some populations of animals are literally all thats left in Central and West Africa. Political turmoil, insurgencies, civil war. All products of man and greed.

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Could you imagine you’re just about to summit Mont Blanc after struggling up from the bottom and three fellas fly past you? :joy:
That was brilliant. I love seeing stuff like this. It’s brilliant to see from the partakers POV thanks to GoPros. I also love the stuff where they have drones a few yards back from them. Thanks for posting. :+1::clap::nerd_face:

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I got 50 secs in and felt sick. I watch it in 30sec episodes. French Nutters!