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Glaciar Grey  Nunatak / ancho del frente brazo oeste: 3.6 km

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Temuco, Chile. A woman walks on a beach blanketed with dead sardines. Chilean authorities are investigating the country’s salmon-farming industry after an algal bloom carrying a virulent neurotoxin spread for hundreds of miles along the rugged coastline of Patagonia, triggering a health emergency and angry protests by fishermen.

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Temuco, Chile. A woman walks on a beach blanketed with dead sardines. Chilean authorities are investigating the country’s salmon-farming industry after an algal bloom carrying a virulent neurotoxin spread for hundreds of miles along the rugged coastline of Patagonia, triggering a health emergency and angry protests by fishermen.

Untitled by Tiberio Taverni on 500px

Untitled by Tiberio Taverni on 500px

Neuengamme, Germany, Corpses of inmates in the camp after liberation

Neuengamme, Germany, Corpses of inmates in the camp after liberation

Pele's Braids, near Kalapana, Hawaii.

Pele's Braids, near Kalapana, Hawaii.

Thousands of Marine Iguanas... On Fernandina, there were so many that you had to watch where you walked for fear of stepping on one. They were like spitting, hissing little dinosaurs, but I loved their funny faces and tendency to clutter en masse like kittens.

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS DAY 2- Photo Gallery Genovesa & Fernandina

Thousands of Marine Iguanas... On Fernandina, there were so many that you had to watch where you walked for fear of stepping on one. They were like spitting, hissing little dinosaurs, but I loved their funny faces and tendency to clutter en masse like kittens.

A pile of bodies left to rot in the Bergen-Belsen camp, in Bergen, Germany, found after the camp was liberated by British forces on April 20, 1945. Some 60,000 civilians, most suffering from typhus, typhoid and dysentery, were dying by the hundreds daily, despite the frantic efforts by medical services rushed to the camp.

A pile of bodies left to rot in the Bergen-Belsen camp, in Bergen, Germany, found after the camp was liberated by British forces on April 20, 1945. Some 60,000 civilians, most suffering from typhus, typhoid and dysentery, were dying by the hundreds daily, despite the frantic efforts by medical services rushed to the camp.

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Tainha !

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