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  1. Angélique
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    Or, that garden was in Florida, and they've found Adam and Eve's first settlement there, the Middle East thing is only assumption, no real proof for that, I believe o_O
     
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    Ocean rower Ralph Tuijn now offers world-record attempt Atlantic Ocean crossings, which will cost € 13,750 (US $) per participant, per attempt.​
     
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    hoytedow Fly on the Wall - Miss ddt yet?

     
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    ‘‘ Richardson Bay anchor-out boats are loaded with junk in Richardson Bay off Sausalito, Calif., Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. ’’

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    ‘‘ Peter Romanowsky, pictured on his boat with his dog Diamond, has lived on a boat in Richardson Bay near Sausalito CA for over 30 years. ’’

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    ‘‘ Lynn Murphy, a mental health outreach liaison with the San Rafael police, fills out a questionnaire with Peter Romanowsky, who lives on the anchor-out with his dog Diamond in Richardson Bay off Sausalito, CA. ’’

    P.S. - There's a to this post related thread about another CA anchor out spot, in a San Francisco cove:

     
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    Last night the Belgian artist collective Captain Boomer has put a 17 m (56') plastic (GRP ?) sperm whale on a beach of the Zingst peninsula in Germany, the German authorities were not amused, like one couldn't bring one's own beach toys there . . :rolleyes:

    The ‘‘scientists’’ in the white suits are actors of the artist collective, the same happened in 2008 in the Netherlands on the beach of Scheveningen . . :cool:

    The German real news about the fake sperm whale is hot off the press, so the bottom two pictures come from a same kind of event on the banks of the Vistula river in Warsaw, Poland in 2017.

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    That is hilarious. I am glad they didn't dynamite it.
     
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    That's far more hilarious Hoyt, because they were really dead serious . . :)

    In the below video they're cutting up a nearly 17 m (56') rorqual which was already dead before beaching in 2014 in Katwijk aan Zee (Katwijk-upon-Sea) in the Netherlands, and while they were doing so, a fresh just died young harbour porpoise washed up on the same spot . . :(


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    The same beach around 1900: -1,280 × 1,002 pixels4,947 × 3,872 pixels
     
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    This was shocking real ocean news to me, seals raping penguins on Marion Island, the BBC has awful footage of multiple cases . . . :eek:

    An afterwards picture is bad enough, the deed pics and vids and the story via the links, some got be eaten afterwards . . :(

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    They obviously forgot to duplicate the righting anchors.

    Noah's Ark Has Been Found. Why Are They Keeping Us In The Dark? https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/470/Noah-s-Ark-Has-Been-Found-Why-Are-They-Keeping-Us-In-The-Dark-
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    Some debunking of the above website:
    FACT CHECK: Noah's Ark Discovery https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/noah39s-ark-discovery/
     
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    Yet another Eagle Rescue . . .

     
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    :) It's safe.... for now. :)
     
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    Hoyt and Angelique. Please restore posting to this thread.
     

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    5 years this location. No rise in sea level. 20191015_141243.jpg
     
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