Tom Karlík

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Animal Stories | Ravenous Wolves by 16 Year Old Photographer Andre Grunewald

Ravenous wolves jump for a piece of meat during feeding time at a sanctuary in Germany. The feeding frenzy was captured on camera by wolf-loving Andre Grunewald from Duisburg.

Bobbit Worm - At over 10 feet long, bobbit worms are about the closest thing we have to the sand worm in Dune. They have toxic bristles up and down their body that can cause permanent nerve damage to anyone who touches them, and they feed by grabbing their prey with massive, strong jaws and sucking it down into the sand.

A giant sea worm has been discovered at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium in the UK. The aquarium discovered the creature while they were trying to figure out what was attacking a coral reef and prize fish. They named it 'Barry'.

Contemporary dance concept

"Time to Put Choreography Back on Its Feet" Gia's Kourlas' provocative & articulate NY Times piece on the state of the art. (photo: Ashleigh Di Leilo in "So You Think You Can Dance?

This dramatic picture by Michael Nolan has been dubbed the face of Mother Nature crying on a canvas of melting ice and cascading water on a Norwegian Glacier. Randy Schutt discovered this amazing photo of a crying face in an ice cap located on Nordaustlandet, in the Svalbard archipelago. The tears of this natural sculpture created by a waterfall of glacial water, paints an poignant reminder of the effects of warming in the ice caps of the north.

A dramatic picture taken by Michael Nolan has been dubbed the face of Mother Nature crying on a canvas of melting ice and cascading water on a Norwegian Glacier. The tears of this natural sculpture were created by a waterfall of glacial water.