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Martyn Rosney 5 Jan 18
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Sports Funnies 5 Jan 18
This is majestic in πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»
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Lisa Woollett 4 Jan 18
Overwhelming amount of plastic washed ashore today after
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Wildlife Orphanage 5 Jan 18
Rescue update. Well, she survived the night and has taken another syringe feed plus small pieces of meat dipped in water & vitamins. So thin it’s a miracle she is still alive but lucky to have been found grounded during
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Wildlife Orphanage 7 Jan 18
Rescue. The beautiful who was found grounded & starving following is doing remarkably well. Hand fed small amounts to start with has done the trick. Now self feeding & feisty. Over the moon
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Boyland Photography 8 Jan 18
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Nigel 7 Jan 18
Small sample of Hundreds of Starfish washed up on Nairn Beach in of today after 🚨Do Not Let Your Dogs Eat These, A dog died within an hour of eating one on a beach in Norfolk recently🚨
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Newquay Beachcombing 15 Mar 18
Does make you see red? One dog walk, one beach, one day. Slightly more than a . , the aftermath.
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Hampstead Heath 5 Jan 18
It's the calm after today. The storm brought down 8 mature trees (and many branches) on Hampstead Heath and in Highgate Wood including a largeeucalyptus, several mature birch and a London plane.
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Newquay Beachcombing 9 Jan 18
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot @BootsUK
A Cornish rockpool full of in the aftermath of
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The Watering Hole 7 Jan 18
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WarGravesCommission 5 Jan 18
Many parts of the UK & Europe were struck by this week. Although not a Commission site the 18th Division Memorial, Trones Wood is maintained by the and was one of those affected – being cleared & put back into its correct condition within 48 hours.
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Marjolein Robertson 14 Jan 18
The wind is so strong my kitchen table is shaking, which is worrying cause it's making my beer go flat.
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ECMWF 5 Jan 18
The maximum modelled wind gusts during at the beginning of January are shown. The fact that a narrow strong wind "corridor" extends inland (Ireland and N Ireland in this case) can be one signature of a sting jet.
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Janice 4 Jan 18
Farewell to a beautiful 100 year old beech tree 😒
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#2minutebeachclean πŸ’™πŸŒ 10 Jan 18
It’s been a crazy busy time with I really hope you all know how many people have been out there picking up. I could post up pictures for weeks!
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Lego Lost At Sea 5 Mar 18
What's in the plastic soup? Some of the more recognisable items picked up from Cornish beaches after
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AFP news agency 6 Jan 18
Residents take stock of the damaged seawall in Wimereux, northern France after
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Robert Rohde 5 Jan 18
While the US was experiencing a "bomb cyclone", Europe was suffering from a strong winter storm ( to some) with wind gusts up to 100 mph (160 kph) in places. Today, we went hiking the Pfannenstielweg near Zurich and saw dozens of fallen trees.
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WOW Team 24 Jan 18
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