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Savage South Georgia

The remote island may be inhospitable to humans, but it provides a home to major populations of wildlife.

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“Écume”; By Santa Aguila Foundation

“Écume”, is an image from Santa Aguila Foundation.

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10 must-visit beaches in the Caribbean

Celebrate, Inform
Dec
13

Some of the following beaches made the list because they’re simply picture-perfect – like stepping into an Instagram shot. Others made the cut for the best Caribbean beaches because they have special features that make them unforgettable.

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“Figure de Silence, Soupir”; By Santa Aguila Foundation

“Figure de Silence, Soupir”, is an image from Santa Aguila Foundation.

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The 18 best beaches in the world in 2018, according to travel experts

Celebrate, News
Nov
29

Chosen by almost double the number of travel experts as the previous year, the 2018 list was compiled by over 1,200 travel-obsessed journalists, editors, bloggers, and agencies from around the world.

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Midnight Blue – a sand art animation, by David Myriam

This ecological tale takes us to the heart of the underwater world, between night and light, following the rhythm of a whale’s meditations, a privileged witness of human activity on the oceans.

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Cox’s Bazar Beach, Bangladesh

Celebrate, Inform
Nov
13

Stretching a remarkable 75 miles in length, Cox’s Bazar Beach is the longest uninterrupted natural sand beach in the world. To be precise, there are some beaches—like Praia do Cassino Beach in Brazil and Ninety Mile Beach in Australia—that are longer than Cox’s Bazar, but they are not natural sand.

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Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War

News
Nov
11

It was the most ephemeral of tributes, yet all the more poignant for it. This morning, under the cloak of darkness and scored only by the sound of waves lapping on sand, hundreds of volunteers took to beaches across the British Isles to take part in a unique commemoration of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

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10 of Australia’s best beaches

Celebrate, Inform
Oct
11

With a coast extending more than 50,000 kilometers, Australia offers beach-hoppers a staggering 12,000 stretches of sand to choose from.

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