Most Amazing Images of the Week

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ISLAMABAD – The most amazing and incredible images has taken from different parts of the world and PakistanTribe provides these pictures along with stories behind them.

Here you will discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.

Beauty in death :

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Nearly 2,000 years ago along an ancient trade route, a cemetery was made and only recently was it discovered. Many of the tombs were used multiple times but they were beautifully adorned and decorated with mythical creatures representing the seasons and parts of the heavens.

 A rare sight :

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In Sri Lanka, a biologist doing field work took the opportunity to photograph a rare snake species, the Sri Lankan keelback, and unexpectedly got some other rare photos — the snake struck his hand at the moment photo was snapped.

A long way from home :

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Recently, officials confirmed that the first gray wolf in over 70 years has been sited multiple times at the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Conservationists are very excited about the prospect of the species spreading back into their former habitats.

Creepy video :

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A remotely operated vehicle (ROV) captured the first known video of an angler fish, also known as the “black sea devil.” The rarely seen fish was photographed, videoed and captured for further study.

An unknown God :

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In Turkey, sculptures of a mysterious Roman deity have been uncovered in an ancient temple. The 1st century B.C. relief is in an area that has been continuously settled and a crossroads for multiple cultures for millenia.

New Lava Lake :

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Nyamuragira, Africa’s most active volcano, has spawned a lava lake for the first time in three-quarters of a century. Volcanologists believe the lake, which now is filling and draining, will be a permant part of the volcano over the next few decades.

Taking the best care :

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Researchers tagged three juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks in an effort to better understand and protect these endangered sharks. One of the things revealed was that these sharks often swim outside of protected areas.

Improving Diabetes treatments :

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A new study of adults and teens with type 1 diabetes compared conventional insulin-pump therapy to two types of artifical pancreas. Researchers, using data from the study, confirm the artificial pancreas systems are better at controlling blood sugars and reducing the risk of hypoglycemia.

An unexpected find :

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On a search for mammal fossils on Canada’s Banks Island, researchers were surprised to find more than 8,000 teeth from four diffent species of ancient sharks. The unexpected find and the lack of diversity of the fossils led investigators to learn more about the environment, climate, temperatures and ocean conditions in order to better understand their findings.

Mysterious mineral :

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Bridgmanite, thought to be the most abundant mineral on Earth, has been sought for decades in meteorites. Mineralogist Oliver Tschauner, believes the reason it has yet to be found is the manner in which scientists have been searching for it.

Now PakistanTribe is going to provide you amazing images along with story behind them every week.


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Ummer Faizan

Ummer Faizan is currently working as a Web Producer at Pakistan Tribe's Islamabad Office. He is the Mass Communication undergrad and holds keen interest in analyzing current state of affairs with the perspective of Pakistani youth.

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