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Let These Award-Winning Ecology Images Soothe Your Tortured Soul

Image Cache. Nature can be brutal as hell. The Circle of Life translates to a horrible place full of awful smells, corpses, murder, and plenty of unreasonably upsetting crap. Looking at pictures of nature, however, is a completely different story. It's soothing. It's nice. There isn't as much blood, generally. More »      
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