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Canada's wild side: the Great Bear Rainforest

For wildlife spotters, it's the score of a lifetime: a creamy white kermode bear roaming its home in the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. Not a polar bear, but an offshoot of the black bear, there are only about 400 kermodes (which can stand up to six feet tall) in the wild; and only one …

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Best Space Photos 2013: Awesome Year of the Comet Shines Bright

Comet ISON brought the drama, while starry skies, gleaming worlds, and astronomical eye-poppers provided the year's most awe-inspiring space visions.

Capa in Color (http://bit.ly/1cyJjPm) is coming to ICP - International Center of Photography. And, in the days leading up to the show, Magnum and ICP are asking photographers everywhere to Get Closer (http://bit.ly/19rj1Qg) #GetCloser100 Photo © Robert Capa/Magnum Photos/ICP GREAT BRITAIN. 1942. Cows graze in front of an American bomber named "Turd Burd", that is being prepared at a Royal Air Force base for a daylight bombing raid over occupied France. This B-17 was one of the first 300 to be brought overseas by the US Army Air Corps.

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L'oiseau et sa proie, une sélection de photos

La photo animalière est une discipline photographique qui demande de la patience, mais au final on peut obtenir des résultats fantastiques et saisir …

Very interesting Pictures from around the world

Share this article<p>Dear friends,<p>Last week, I received these photos through a forwarded email. They’re photos from all around the world. It’s really …

10 best things to climb

Over ice and iron girders, shinnying up temples and scaling rainforest trees – tackle the world’s most worthwhile ways to reach the top. In this excerpt from Lonely Planet's <i>1000 Ultimate Experiences</i> we've gathered together ten things to go up, from the somewhat gentle to the downright difficult. …

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Top 10 US travel destinations for 2013

Every year our US-based editors team up with Lonely Planet’s expert authors to compile a list of US destinations that are prime for the next year. <i>Best in Travel 2013</i> already covered two places we think the world should be looking at – San Francisco and the Gulf Coast – but here we wanted to dig …

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