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Daniel Schneider 2h
Three more Sperm Whale wash up on beaches. This brings the total to 11. This now the 2nd largest death in New Zealand history. The whales are all male and appear emaciated.
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📎Lesley-Ann Brandt May 25
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Joyce May 21
my sky at dusk the other side of the moon
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First Class Holidays May 26
We're all feeling rather envious of Elaine, our Reservations Consultant, as she explores and takes in the view from the TranzAlpine Train! 🇳🇿
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 2h
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Norloth May 24
I sat on the same stone as Thorin did...
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 May 21
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Jean-Claude Juncker May 22
: The is now set to begin trade negotiations with and . The message is clear: Europe is open for business - we know that closing ourselves off to the world is neither good for business, nor good for the global economy.
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Bryan Druzin May 24
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Catherine Reading May 21
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We Camp NZ Limited NEW ZEALAND      Camping Guide May 23
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neo: May 21
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Ian Griffin May 21
Lights will guide you home And ignite your bones And I will try to fix you
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PeterThompsonLondon May 23
EU T. has given the EU a head start in trade talks with our allies in & . EU ordered her not to sign world deals until 2021. Now EU is rushing to get in there first & sign trade deals. now. ( )
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Michelin Agriculture May 24
Big, blue and bound for - another Michelin-shod tractor built in Basildon
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Yasammez 8h
There goes fb again, reminding me of possibly the best May I ever experienced .. in late autumn.
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Classroom 4 May 25
Oh my, what an exciting and busy morning!! Thank you to all the grown ups that came today. We designed our own body art, created totem pole bookmarks and tried food from New Zealand and showed off our haka with our scary face paint on.
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hottriggeredkiwi May 25
Cemeterium Colour On the way home Waikato wayward Cloud Dynamics Timely Elevation Sunset Skies (C) hottriggeredkiwi
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Ian Griffin May 17
Last night Saturn was over 1.3 billion km from my back yard viewing spot. The light forming this image, travelling in excess of 300,000km per second, took 77 minutes to traverse the cosmic void twixt planet and my camera.
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Island Conservation May 25
After the removal of invasive mice on Antipodes Island, , outcome monitoring indicates that native wildlife are rebounding.
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