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With new life comes great happiness and this is certainly true on the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch in Arizona. Jonathan VanBallenberghe captured some beautiful shots of some young ostrich chicks running around and getting to grips with life in the real world. Jonathan told Storyful: “The staff incubated eggs and produced chicks in large quantities. They haven’t done that in years. I immediately drove out and spent the morning filming them.” Credit: YouTube/Open Lens Productions

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Ben Clarke received a pleasant surprise one evening, when he looked out of his window to discover a litter of fox cubs playing in his back garden. Ben was able to record some fantastic footage of the young, playing an exciting game of tag and weaving in and out of the shrubbery. Their mother stood near-by keeping a watchful eye on her mischievous family. Credit: YouTube/ Ben Clarke

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Magic Winter on We Heart It.

Magic Winter on We Heart It.

Photos of the Day: The Beauty of Norway Never Stops | DashBurst on We Heart It.

Photos of the Day: The Beauty of Norway Never Stops | DashBurst on We Heart It.

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The boat

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The boat

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David Penfound

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David Penfound

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The Fiftieth Running of the Boston Marathon,  April 20, 1946

"One hundred and one long distance runners compete in the fiftieth annual marathon race of over 26 miles at Boston in the United States. Among the runners are former winners and young hopefuls. Through the suburbs of Boston the runners make their way. And all eyes are on courageous Stylianos Kyriakides of Greece, who passes last year’s winner. Kyriakides goes on to win in 2 hours, 29 minutes, 27 seconds and gain the laurel wreath."

Excerpted from: “United News” Newsreel, “Japanese go to polls in first free election [etc.], 1946

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