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The wisdom of a long life.
Spring Flowers
An early spring time photo in Texas
Elder Pride
Siriema
A Tate point of view
Overlooking a cove along California's Big Sur. Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.
5.48 am sunrise
Mind the gap
Look up
Chalmette Battlefield
Angry birds
Calm American Alligator
Mount Washington Railway
Learning the hard way.
California from 30,000 feet
Fall foliage in the White Mountains
Light From Above And Below
idaho mill
a summer surf competition
Disappearing Breed
two jellyfish swimming in harmony
exercise time for dolphins
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Angry birds

This is a fight for territory. This is an good example to showcase that the numbers always wins in wildlife. Though the short toed snake eagle can kill black kite, the group of black kites attacked eagle and doesn't allow to settle in its territory. The snake vanished and never come back.

TAGS: Eagle, Fight, India, Kite, Snake, Sustainable Travel

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Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2013
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