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Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: January 15, 2024 11:51AM

Seldom seen Packydermus Dumboas spotted nesting at Nairobi Zoological Park.
"God help us if there's a flock of them," says Kenyan ornithologist Joe Aengwo.
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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: January 15, 2024 11:52AM
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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: January 15, 2024 12:13PM
my other favorite photo from today


Tokyo, Japan-People bathe in ice-cold water during a ceremony
at Teppozu Inari shrine.
More than 80 men and women took part in the endurance ceremony
to purify their souls and pray for good health in the new year
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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: DP
Date: January 15, 2024 12:24PM
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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Tiangou
Date: January 15, 2024 12:36PM
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Steve G.
my other favorite photo from today


Tokyo, Japan-People bathe in ice-cold water during a ceremony
at Teppozu Inari shrine.
More than 80 men and women took part in the endurance ceremony
to purify their souls and pray for good health in the new year

Tomorrow's headline: COVID surges in the vicinity of the Teppozu Inari shrine



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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: JoeM
Date: January 15, 2024 03:03PM
I think it would be more interesting if everybody was nesting:





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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Janit
Date: January 15, 2024 03:54PM
Extreme mikveh?

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Steve G.
my other favorite photo from today


Tokyo, Japan-People bathe in ice-cold water during a ceremony
at Teppozu Inari shrine.
More than 80 men and women took part in the endurance ceremony
to purify their souls and pray for good health in the new year
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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: lost in space
Date: January 15, 2024 04:12PM
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Steve G.
my other favorite photo from today


Tokyo, Japan-People bathe in ice-cold water during a ceremony
at Teppozu Inari shrine.
More than 80 men and women took part in the endurance ceremony
to purify their souls and pray for good health in the new year

Prolly work pretty well for short-term birth control.



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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: RAMd®d
Date: January 15, 2024 05:28PM
Tomorrow's headline: Shrinkage surges in the vicinity of the Teppozu Inari shrine






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Re: Rare wildlife photo
Posted by: Black
Date: January 15, 2024 10:10PM
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Steve G.

Seldom seen Packydermus dumboas spotted nesting at Nairobi Zoological Park.
"God help us if there's a flock of them," says Kenyan ornithologist Joe Aengwo.
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