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Long-tailed macaques rest after eating at the Pra Prang Sam Yot temple during the annual Monkey Buffet festival in Lopburi, Thailand, on 28 November 2010. The festival provides food and Follow us on drinks to the local monkey population, which numbers more www.facebook.com/greenyatra than 2,000, to thank them for drawing tourists to the town www.twitter.com/greenyatra

Bejuquillo cafe (Oxybelis aeneus) snake at Ostional National Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica

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A one-horned rhinoceros and its calf at Pabitora wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary, which covers an area of 38.8 square kilometres, is home for the one horned rhinoceros and thousands of migratory birds

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A Siberian tiger growls at the St-Felicien wildlife zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec. According to National Geographic, the wild population of Siberian tigers, also called Amur tiger, is estimated between 400 and 500 and is classified as an endangered species

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A snow-covered deer in Knowle park in Kent.

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A snowy egret (Egretta thula) at a mangrove swamp in Cancún, Mexico

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A bear walks through the snow covered Bear Park in Berne, Switzerland

A flock of swans fly with the air temperature at about -18C on the outskirts of Minsk

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Mangrove plants grow on a shore in Cancún. In the 40 years since Cancún was founded, countless acres of mangrove forests up and down Mexico's Caribbean coast have been lost - and the destruction continues.

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Migrating white pelicans swim in the water at the Hula Valley nature reserve, north of the Sea of Galilee, Israel. Nearly the entire European population of this species migrates over Israel twice a year. The heavy and large birds pose a considerable threat to aviation in the small airspace of Israel

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A polar bear cub travelling on its mother's back. A polar bear tracker programme, run by Canon and WWF, has revealed that baby polar bears are now travelling around on their mothers' backs while swimming

Reflections of snow covered trees are seen in a lake near Sutton Bank, northern England. Britain is braced for a freezing fortnight, with motorists warned to be wary on roads as sub-zero temperatures turn rain, sleet and snow to ice

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A snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) in the snow in Germany. Snow still covers various parts of Germany

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Bees fly over a flower in a sunflower field in Thailand. Lopburi province is the heart of Thailand's sunflower oil industry and most of the oil is exported to foreign markets. The region of Lopburi has an abundance of sunflower fields and the Sunflower Blooming Festival is celebrated every year around November to December

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Black swans are native to Australia. A number of the water birds have escaped from captivity in the UK and there are now estimated to be 500 in the wild, though the breeding populations are thought not to be self-sustaining

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An egret stands among anemone flowers in Ben-Shemen forest, Israel

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A grey whale surfaces at the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in Guerrero Negro, Mexico. The coastal lagoon is located in the middle of the Baja California peninsula and is one of three primary breeding and calving grounds for the grey whale.

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A burrowing owl perches in front of Greenpeace activists who were arrested for raising an inflatable model of a wind turbine in front of Congress in Brasilia, Brazil

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Ponies groom each other on Bodmin Moor, UK. South West Equine Protection (SWEP) has been called in to investigate after it was alleged that the animals, which are classed as semi-feral, were being allowed to starve by their owners.

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A crocodile on a river bank in the Bundala nature reserve in Sri Lanka. Crocodiles can live in a variety of wetlands ± from salty coastal flood plains to freshwater lakes and rivers

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Salmon leaps in the river Etterick in Selkirk, Scotland.

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A large flock of starlings swoops off the coast of Brighton, UK

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A sea lion at the Ojo de Liebre lagoon in Guerrero Negro, Mexico. The coastal lagoon is located in the middle of the Baja California peninsula forming part of the El Vizca no Biosphere Reserve

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About Green Yatra
Green Yatra is a non-profit; Non-Government Organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of our Mother Earth and its Environment. We strive to maintain the integrity of the ecosystems for the benefit of all living creatures by introducing and adopting a simple, Eco friendly, Green Lifestyle, Ideas to our day to day lives. Green Yatra was started and run by a bunch folk who share a strong love and passion for protecting and respecting our only source of life Mother Nature and who think a lot and believe to do same as much as they can .First and foremost, We believe in ACTION.. Sitting idle, complaining and blaming the system, societies or commenting on internet forums are THINGS WE DON'T DO. We believe in working logically, strategically and practically, with Prevention and Solution oriented approaches to our goal of nature conservation. The impact of Go Green Ganesha is a token of our dedication and effort. So, we are working hard in bringing out the VALUE of our nature, hoping for your complete support! Our sole objective is to pass on a habitable green and pollution-free beautiful earth to the upcoming generations. www.greenyatra.org Contact us @: info@greenyatra.org Join us face to face us in facebook: http://www.facebook.com/greenyatra Be with us in twitter: https://twitter.com/Greenyatra