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18 Natural Formations that Look Man-made

From geometrical faces carved by forces of nature to sleeping giants in the sea, these 18 strange yet amazing tricks of nature creatively mock man’s design.

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Green in the City: Rooftop Gardens

Rooftop gardens give a view of nature, improve air quality, provide roof insulation, delay storm water runoff and increase natural habitat spaces for birds.

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6 Amazing Rainforest Treetop Walks

Rainforest treetop walks are not for the faint of heart or those fearful of heights, but incredibly amazing adventures for those who dare to take the walk.

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15 Stunningly Rugged Coastlines

Though sandy, palm-framed beaches dominate the calendar industry and the imaginations of tourists, the world's rocky, rugged coastlines are no less stunning

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Amazing Historic Public Garden: Dumbarton Oaks

Tucked away in the Georgetown district of Washington, D.C. is a 16-acre treasure, rich with history and botanical surprises, Dumbarton Oaks gardens.

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Natural Getaways near Major Cities

These natural places feel like they belong far away from city life, yet they are surprisingly near some of the world's greatest cities.

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18 Tips for Super Green Pest Control

There are many eco-friendly ways to approach pest control whether the problem is slugs on your patio or a snake in the pool, no need to rely on harsh chemicals.

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Breathtaking Views: 27 Amazing HDR Sunset Photos

A magical sunset can take your breath away. Some photographers are able to capture and even enhance the beauty of a sunset through HDR photography.

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15 of the World's Absolutely Largest Organisms

A look at 15 of the world's largest organisms, from whales to bears and elephants; even trees are included.

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Nature's Most Social Animal Species

A look at some of nature's most intelligent, social, and organized animals - ones that might seem more human than human in some ways.

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Abandoned Religious Buildings Reclaimed by Nature

Some historic structures, like Angkor Wat in Cambodia or the pyramids in Egypt, draw hundreds of thousands of tourists. Others have been reclaimed by nature.

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Garbage to Green: 10 Landfills Converted to Nature Preserves

Landfills don't have to remain steaming heaps of smelly rubbish. Take these ten former trash heaps that are now characterized by abundant green and diverse wildlife.

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When Caves Meet Culture: Everybody Wins

A look at stunning temples and monuments built into massive, natural caves.

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10 Amazingly Beautiful Natural Caves

A look at ten of the world's most beautiful caves.

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Wild City: 15 Examples of Unexpected Urban Wildlife

These animals, whether they were invited, invading, or simply curious, have found their way, unexpectedly, into urban areas.

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