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Nature's Big Picture - Bee on flower

Nature

Nature's Big Picture - Running otter

Otters

Metallica: Blackened (MetOnTour - Bogotá, Colombia - 2014)

Metallica - For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live) [Cliff 'Em All]

Metallica is now older, wiser, and in it for the long run

(CBS News) <i>"Enter Sandman" was one of the high-voltage hits that's put the rock band Metallica on the charts again and again. They talk about the good</i> …

Metallica - Sad But True (Live - Day on the Green '91)

Fishy molecule 'sets depth limit'

<b>Scientists say it is unlikely that any fish can survive in the oceans deeper than about 8,200 metres.</b><p>No fish has ever been seen living beyond this limit, but the researchers point to good physiological reasons why it should not be possible, also.<p>It rests on the particular molecular mechanism they …

Biology

Red Squirrel

Cool waves: the best surfing photography – in pictures

The storms that have flooded towns, battered coastlines and frozen North America have sent big waves barrelling across oceans all over the world, with some surfers going to extraordinary lengths to ride the extraordinary seas. Here Chris Power introduces the work of some of the world's best surf …

BBC Earth on Twitter: "Stunning microscope images entered for the 2013 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition http://t.co/CDyDzwA0KJ. http://t.co/i3rujr2XJz"

Discovery

New Discovery: Porcupine Species Identified in Brazil

Wildlife & Wild Places<p>The Coendou porcupines, also known as prehensile-tailed porcupines are nocturnal, herbivorous, solitary rodents native to Central and South America. Photograph by Hugo Fernandes Ferreira.<p><b>One prickly subject you can always discuss in public? Porcupines.</b><p>And now they’ll make a …

BBC Earth on Twitter: "Today's #photooftheday is a brilliant barn owl by Mike Dunlevy in the Winterwatch Flickr group http://t.co/tj8iQkKTQY http://t.co/Nh4VdGA7sZ"

RT @elephantfamily: Happy #elephantfriday, here's a cute one for you! And don't miss #WildBurma tonight on BBC 2 at 9pm. @BBCNature http://t.co/0LF040tAsY

A brilliant buzzard is our #photooftheday today. Courtesy of Chris Brown on the Autumnwatch Flickr group. http://t.co/krjUQvKp8R

Our Photo of the Day is a rather dramatic looking sparrowhawk, from Mike McKenzie on the Winterwatch Flickr group. http://t.co/V4saYA0RrO

Lomography Spain

What a beauty! Thanks to Alex Witt for our Photo of the Day, which he shared via the Autumnwatch Flickr group. http://t.co/q2QjxaiCHC

An utterly stunning white-tailed sea eagle is our Photo of the Day today. Check it out! http://t.co/mXCsoQZBrl

Photo Series Captures the Stunning Beauty of Siamese Fighting Fish

A few years ago, Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich started selling his work through microstock sites, and so he went in search of …

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RT @ThePoke: If you only see one moose posing for a photo today, make it this one. http://t.co/SwcjfeFat7 (via @ScottFilmCritic)

RT @katemacrae: Loving kingfisher shots on #CountDownToTheRains @BBCNature was captivated by the Pied Kingfisher when I was there http://t.co/Z0zSMSfjAk

Another gorgeous Photo of the Day. Thanks Steve Ward for sharing this photo with us via the Autumnwatch Flickr group. http://t.co/oMz7nIVMPl

RT @pea_green_boat: Did you miss Meet the Monkeys - #NaturalWorld? Don't worry! It's repeated Saturday, 19:30 @BBCTwo @BBCNature http://t.co/WKm53IRDq9

Photos of the Week - 2013/10/25

Angela Sanchez Coy

Good old April showers. Well our wildlife can cope - It's like water off a... well... shag's back! #GreatBritishYear http://t.co/xK4lpVyQQI

Red kites - almost extinct in UK only 100 winters ago but numbers now booming #GreatBritishYear http://t.co/PinWQA3hwP