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from The Telegraph


* * It's not over till it's over - even getting a snootful of snow for an appetizer.


Global Puzzle

Fox-there must be something down in that snow, or why would our charming friend take a dive into the white stuff? The more I see foxes-not in person, unfortunately, but in pics-the more I love them!

Fastest creature on the planet! A Peregrine Falcon in a stoop (dive) can reach speeds estimated at over 200 miles per hour.

from Bloglovin’

The Ultimate Guide to Island Hopping in Thailand (The Blonde Abroad)

Thailand is an amazing destination that has a lot to offer a traveler, whether you’re staying for just a week, or are taking a long-term exploration of the country. The islands in Thailand are famous for their wonderful beaches, laid back vibe and excellent activities, such as scuba diving. #Islandhopping #Thailand

The Peregrine is one of the few Birds of Prey that prefer to hunt, catch and kill prey in mid-air - it possesses a unique tomial tooth on its beak which allows it to kill prey instantly. Most importanly however, despite its size, the Peregrine can reach speeds up to 200 mph when hunting and diving for prey.

from Mail Online

By Caroline Grant for MailOnline

Alcedo athis: Kingfisher: It snaps up one of the tiny silvery fish near the bottom of the pristine lake. These amazing pictures were taken at a small, pristine river in Land Hessen, central Germany. They show the bird returning to the water several times, until he had his fill. Kingfishers can capture 80 small fish, such as perch or sticklebacks, over the course of a day. From DailyMail UK

Hong, Bo-young. I imagine-when my baby Halo isn't howling at Jesus for some vittles in the great beyond-he is exploring the cavernous depths of the sea hunting for fish snacks! MEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW.

Not an uncommon sight when you visit Yellowstone in the winter months. The fox and coyote will listen for a mouse or vole below the snow . . . and then dive down to catch their dinner.