The Tower Bridge is a iconic symbol of London. Pedestrians and vehicles can go across the bridge to experience the beauty and history. On occasion, you can get a chance to see the bridge open for the large boats to pass under, which is amazing.
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A cold, foggy morning at Sanjay Van.
Sanjay Van is a sprawling city forest area near Vasant Kunj and Mehrauli in Delhi, India. It is spread over an area of 783 acres. It is one of the most thickly wooded areas of the city’s green lungs.
It is presently undergoing restoration through a unique collaborative effort between the Delhi Development Authority and a citizen's group.
Apart from heritage, the area is one of the few recluses for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. Resident or visiting birds include the Indian peafowl, grey heron, Eurasian golden oriole, purple sunbird, Asian koel, Brahminy starling, Indian silverbill, grey-breasted prinia, crested honey buzzard, white-throated kingfisher, rufous treepie, Indian paradise flycatcher, Eurasian sparrowhawk, red-wattled lapwing, cattle egret, common moorhen, white-breasted waterhen and the Jacobin cuckoo, a migrant from Africa that breeds in this forest.
The forest also conserves natural habitat for the nilgai, golden jackal, snakes and a large variety of butterflies.
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Have you ever seen a guanaco 🦙 ? It looks a bit like a smaller IIamas and is one of the largest wild mammals in South America. A guanaco can weight up to 120kilos!!
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