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Don't worry, deer... I won't bite! And you can spring bok to your family when you’ve finished lion around with me

Lioness 'adopts' young springbok after her cubs are killed

You might be forgiven for thinking this lioness is just playing with her food. But these remarkable photographs capture the powerful beast caring for a young springbok as if it were her own offspring. For although the antelope species are her natural prey, this grieving lioness adopted the calf after her own cubs were killed by a rival male lion.

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Archaeologists find rare trove of 30 ornately decorated ancient wooden coffins 'belonging to family members of high priests' in Egypt's Valley of Kings 

Archaeologists find trove of 30 ornately decorated ancient wooden coffins in Egypt's

The 30 decorated coffins of men, women and children were found only three feet underground at Asasif, a necropolis on the west bank of the River Nile in Luxor, Egypt. It is the biggest find of its kind in more than a century. They are believed to belong to family members of high priests. The sarcophagi date back to the 22nd Dynasty, founded around 3,000 years ago in the 10th century BC. Despite their age, black, green, red and yellow paintings of snakes, birds, lotus flowers and hieroglyphics that cover the coffins are still clearly visible.

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National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2017

 

 
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Heavenly visions! From castles in the sky to workers in fields, incredible images from around the world feature in photography competition final 

Incredible images from around the world feature in photography competition final 

NEW Four Brits are in the running to take the top spot in the prestigious competition, which has seen more then 130,000 entries from photographers across the world over nine months. Konrad Paruch has also received a nomination with his photo 'Reaching for Heaven' of The Mont Saint Michel in France (top). The AGORA Awards 2019, hosted by free-to-use photography app AGORA images will reward the best image of the year with the grand prize of $25,000 (£20,506) for its photographer. Unlike any other contest, the third edition of the AGORA Awards recognises the single most voted photo of the year, without any photography genre categories. The final result will be announced on November 5 during an ceremony hosted in Barcelona and live streamed to the rest of the world.


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Lightning striking an erupting volcano, an underwater surfer and the library of the future: National Geographic reveals this year's best travel photos

National Geographic reveals this year's best travel photos

A hauntingly beautiful image of a lightning strike shooting from a volcano's ash cloud has earned Sergio Tapiro Velasco the title of 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year. Mexico-based Velasco's aptly named 'The Power of Nature' (main) won both the nature and grand-prize categories, selected from over 15,000 entries from more than 30 countries. Other stunning entries included an 'underwater surfer' (top left) and a bleakly beautiful image of a pastel-coloured apartment complex in Japan (top right).

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It's not a mirage! Photographer driving through Death Valley - America's hottest and driest place - captures ten-mile-long LAKE formed after rare heavy rainfall

Photographer driving through Death Valley captures rare and breathtaking 10-mile-long lake

A huge lake (pictured) formed near Salt Creek last week after a storm packed with tropical moisture affected Southern California, triggering flooding on several park roads last March. Photographer Elliott McGucken was in Death Valley to photograph the storm and its aftermath on March 7, when he happened upon the temporary lake and started shooting.

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From raging storms across the US to an ethereal woodland in the Balkans: The jaw-dropping winning images of the 2018 Sony Photography Awards revealed
The winners of 2018 Sony Photography Awards revealed

The shortlist contains an array of compositions, from gorgeous natural landscapes to harsh human environments. The 11th edition of the competition saw a record breaking 320,000 submissions by photographers from more than 200 countries and territories. Pictured, left and bottom right, are two shots of storms across the US taken by Mitch Dobrowner, while top right is an image of woodland in the Balkans taken by Veselin Atanasov.

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Winner of this year’s Elephant Hide And Seek tournament is revealed! Huge animal appears to be trying to conceal itself - very badly - in South Africa 

Huge animal appears to be trying to conceal itself - very badly - in South Africa 

The elephant is too big for the bush he tries to hide behind, so its trunk and tail are still clearly visible. Staffan Widstrand, 60, took the photo at Marataba Private Reserve in Limpopo, South Africa. The park is located in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains, four hours away from Johannesburg. It is a popular destination for bush walks, game drives, bird-watching and astronomy. With its malaria-free 23,000 hectare private reserve, it is home to large species from elephant and rhino to the big cats, as well as an amazing variety of birds.

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Speeding vehicle launches into second floor of building

Two people survived a car crash that launched their vehicle into the second floor of an office building in Santa Ana, California on Sunday morning. One person inside the car for more than one hour. Neither individual has been identified. They have both been taken to an area hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

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A captive audience: The adorable moment a woman sits with a gorilla at Louisville Zoo and shows him videos of baby apes

Louisville Zoo visitor shows gorilla videos in Kentucky

Lindsey Costello was enjoying her day at the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky when she spotted a woman showing a gorilla baby animal videos. The woman saw how excited she was to see the ape and let Costello sit with the gorilla and show more videos. In a post on Instagram, Costello said: 'My new friend and I enjoy watching videos of baby gorillas'. The Navy behavioral health technician added the gorilla was extremely communicative while watching the videos.


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If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Stairway to Heaven???

Clouds in the shape of stairsMERCURY PRESS

These unusual shape formed in the clouds over Accrington, Lancashire

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Photos show Milky Way illuminating sky over New Zealand 

NEW Stunning images have been captured of a sparkling Milky Way in a dark sky reserve in New Zealand. The images were taken on the South Island by project engineer Grey Chow, 31, who travelled from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to New Zealand for a holiday. Chow captured a pathway leading up to Nugget Point Lighthouse on the Otago coast (top right), stars and a bright pink horizon in Hooker Valley (left) and a trail of sparkling purple stars above a beach (bottom right).

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