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  • In Jigokudani park, located in the Shimotakai District, the most northern living primates aside... [Photo of the day - March 2013]
    In Jigokudani park, located in the Shimotakai District, the most northern living primates aside from people, are the Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata), also known as "snow monkeys". In order to survive at minus 20 degrees Celsius, their fur grows thicker as the temperature drops. This image is from Japan's Hidden Secrets.
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  • Dried mussels. This image is from Treks In A Wild World. [Photo of the day - March 2013]
    Dried mussels. This image is from Treks In A Wild World.
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  • Once every 12 years Hindus from around the world converge at the Ganges for the full Kumbh Mela,... [Photo of the day - March 2013]
    Once every 12 years Hindus from around the world converge at the Ganges for the full Kumbh Mela, reportedly the world’s largest religious festival. In 2013 up to 100 million people are expected to make the journey. This image is from Kumbh Mela.
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