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CC BY 2.0 / Kyle Taylor / The Great Barrier Reef - 189Большой Барьерный риф в Австралии.
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Большой Барьерный риф в Австралии.
© AFP 2022 / Sarah LaiThis photo taken on November 20, 2014 shows an aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the Whitsunday Islands, along the central coast of Queensland. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park encompasses about 99 percent of the World Heritage-listed natural wonder, with the additional one percent outside the marine park but within the heritage-listed area -- about 3,600 square kilometres (1,390 square miles) -- being managed by the Queensland state government and includes most islands and ports, as well as lakes and other waterways.
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This photo taken on November 20, 2014 shows an aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the Whitsunday Islands, along the central coast of Queensland. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park encompasses about 99 percent of the World Heritage-listed natural wonder, with the additional one percent outside the marine park but within the heritage-listed area -- about 3,600 square kilometres (1,390 square miles) -- being managed by the Queensland state government and includes most islands and ports, as well as lakes and other waterways.
© Sputnik / Pavel Gerasimov / Перейти в фотобанкМертвое море со стороны Израильского побережья.
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Мертвое море со стороны Израильского побережья.
© AP Photo / Mohammad abu GhoshA woman reads while swimming in the Dead Sea in Jordan on Sunday Oct. 10, 2008. The highly saline lake's water and mud are known as a cure to skin diseases and used for cosmetic purposes, with an entire industry is built on this natural wealth.
Женщина читает книгу во время купания в Мертвом море, Иордания - Sputnik Латвия
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A woman reads while swimming in the Dead Sea in Jordan on Sunday Oct. 10, 2008. The highly saline lake's water and mud are known as a cure to skin diseases and used for cosmetic purposes, with an entire industry is built on this natural wealth.
© Sputnik / Natalia Seliverstova / Перейти в фотобанкСамолет летит над Мальдивскими островами.
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Самолет летит над Мальдивскими островами.
© Sputnik / Natalia Seliverstova / Перейти в фотобанкДевушка идет по пляжу одного из Мальдивских островов.
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Девушка идет по пляжу одного из Мальдивских островов.
CC BY-SA 3.0 / Gavinevans / Sunset (Cropped photo)Аллея баобабов на Мадагаскаре. Эти деревья произрастают вдоль грунтовой дороги между небольшими городками Морондава и Белони Тсирибихина в регионе Менабе.
Аллея баобабов  на Мадагаскаре, произрастающих вдоль грунтовой дороги между небольшими городками Морондава и Белони Тсирибихина в регионе Менабе - Sputnik Латвия
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Аллея баобабов на Мадагаскаре. Эти деревья произрастают вдоль грунтовой дороги между небольшими городками Морондава и Белони Тсирибихина в регионе Менабе.
© AP Photo / Ben CurtisFILE--In this file photo of Monday Dec.17, 2012, a herd of adult and baby elephants walks in the dawn light as the highest mountain in Africa, Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro, is seen in the background, in Amboseli National Park, southern Kenya. Some African elephant herds are adapting to the danger of poaching by moving out of risky areas, according to one conservation group. The plight of elephants is a key issue at the meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES, which began over the weekend and ends Oct. 5.
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FILE--In this file photo of Monday Dec.17, 2012, a herd of adult and baby elephants walks in the dawn light as the highest mountain in Africa, Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro, is seen in the background, in Amboseli National Park, southern Kenya. Some African elephant herds are adapting to the danger of poaching by moving out of risky areas, according to one conservation group. The plight of elephants is a key issue at the meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES, which began over the weekend and ends Oct. 5.
© AFP 2022 / Peter MartellTanzanian porters and guides stand on a rock half way up Kilimanjaro at sunset on September 21, 2014 trying to get a mobile phone signal to call their wives. Two teams are taking part in a gruelling eight-day trek up the vast extinct volcano, to play a full Twenty20 game in the ice-covered crater just below its rugged peak, at 5,785 metres (19,000 feet).
Танзанийские носильщики и гиды на пути к вершине Килиманджаро - Sputnik Латвия
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Tanzanian porters and guides stand on a rock half way up Kilimanjaro at sunset on September 21, 2014 trying to get a mobile phone signal to call their wives. Two teams are taking part in a gruelling eight-day trek up the vast extinct volcano, to play a full Twenty20 game in the ice-covered crater just below its rugged peak, at 5,785 metres (19,000 feet).
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