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'State of Surveillance' with Edward Snowden and Shane Smith (VICE on HBO: Season 4, Episode 13)

    What happened to these kids at zoo is soooo hilarious!


      SpaceX Starship - An illustration of the Starship launching into orbit

        19th-century bridge in Germany that makes a complete circle when the light hits it and causes a reflection in the water below.

          A Seagull trying to save his friend from a Bald Eagle

          A bald eagle has a seagull in his clutches and is attempting to make off with his future meal, but the seagull’s friend is desperately trying to save him.

            TRY NOT TO LAUGH - EPIC FAILS VINES | Funny Videos September 2018

              Seth Meyers Pokes A Hole In Brett Kavanaugh's Defense

              Manafort Flips on Trump; Kavanaugh Accused of Sexual Assault: A Closer Look

                The original "BLUE MARBLE" - Apollo 17 - 1972 : ground-breaking image of Earth

                  Niagra Falls from recent visit- from Canada side

                    Selamawit Yohannes - Senay | ሰናይ - New Ethiopian Music (Official Video)

                      Breaking The Sound Barrier | Speed Machines | Spark

                        Danakil Depression: In the Afar region of northern Ethiopia, lies a vast, tortured, desert plain called the Danakil Depression. Danakil lies about 410 ft (125 m) below sea level, and is one of the hottest and most inhospitable places on Earth— temperatures average 94 degrees Fahrenheit (34.5 Celsius) but have been recorded above 122 Fahrenheit (50 Celsius). Numerous sulfur springs, volcanoes, geysers, acidic pools, vast salt pans, and colorful mineral-laden lakes dot the area, which formed above the divergence of three tectonic plates. Volcanic activity heats spring water, bringing sulfur and iron to the surface, leaving behind yellow, green, and orange deposits. For centuries, locals have been trekking in with camel caravans to mine the salt by hand, and in recent years, a few have been guiding tourists into the alien-looking landscape.

                          A convenience store for climbers on a cliff face past a 100-meter-high in Pingjiang in China's central Hunan province

                            Happy New Year to Everyone Worldwide!!

                            My name is Wasihun Ayele (Kanu) I grew up on a farm in the highlands of Lalibela with my family of Thirteen. Life wasn't simple, the vast fields bore witness to our curiosity. and as kid, I spent my time as a Sheppard looking after animals and helping my families on the farm land which demands hard work to tilling, planting, caring, fertilising and harvesting!

                            So, This is where I have learned to obey the rules of the land and about nature!

                            As i got older, i went to school and got my Diploma with Tourism, Human Resource Management and French Language.

                            Then after school, I quickly understood the importance of preparation, hard work, love and respect of our mother nature!

                            I have worked as a trekking guide for the national park of Abune Yosef, Bale Mountain, Simien Mountains national park, Southern Ethiopia Omo Valley Photography Tours, Axum, Gonder, Lalibela, Tigray churches, Mek'ele, Danakil Depression (Erta Ale), Awash National park, Harar, Jinka, Arba Minch, Murci, Omorate, Turmi, Hamer tribes at southern Ethiopia and City guide in Addis Ababa for over 7 years, leading many cultural, historical, photography, outdoor activities, Community based tourism tour, adventure tour and trekking with people from all over the world. In the meantime, I am the owner and manager of Access Ethiopia Eco Tours Company.

                            I want people to understand that to open and run this company mean to me is truly to applied these values on my job and to my customers!

                            We are local tour and travel company in Ethiopia with a sense of providing a tour service in the country that is a community based tourism tour!!

                            Lalibela KanuEthioVisit Support

                              A portrait of Earth and the Moon from 3 million miles away

                              Sometimes you need to step back to see the big picture, and if your subjects are 249,000 miles apart, you need to step waaay back. Luckily, the spacecraft OSIRIS-REx is moving rapidly away from us and was recently just in the right position, around 3.1 million miles away, so it trained its MapCam instrument towards its former home and captured this poignant portrait of the Earth and the Moon.

                                Morocco's tree climbing goats

                                The Argania tree is a rare tree that produces such a tasty nut that the local goats just can’t get enough. They will even climb to the top branches in order to pick the delicious nuts. Goats are natural climbers and are extremely sure-footed.

                                  Mum Shares The Secret Ingredient In Baby Making (And It's Not What You Expect)

                                  Pregnancy Time Lapse - IF YOU EAT WATERMELON SEEDS! (Original)

                                    Random interesting pictures for your imagination

                                      Voyager 1 image of Earth from 6 billion km away. Taken in 1990 - The "PALE BLUE DOT".

                                      The obscurity of our place within the cosmos.

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                                          Getish Mamo - Tekebel | ተቀበል - New Ethiopian Music 2016 (Official Video)

                                            Selamawit Yohannes - Hanen | ሃነን - New Ethiopian Music 2018 (Official Video)

                                              Building The Ultimate Aircraft Carrier | Building the Ultimate | Spark

                                                Walking along a high cliff wall on a glass-floored sightseeing walkway in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China

                                                  Off the coast of Yemen, in the Arabian Sea, lies isolated Socotra Island, where hundreds of plants and animals have developed into species unique to the island. Socotra is the largest island in an archipelago that includes three other islands. The Socotra Archipelago has been isolated from any large landmass for millions of years, and is now home to a surprising display of biodiversity. Probably the best-known of its endemic flora is the dragon blood tree, with red-colored sap and tightly-clustered branches that look like roots turned upside down. Below, a collection of images of the landscape of Socotra, and the plants and animals that call it home.

                                                    Modern farming - A worker drives a vineyard fumigation tractor