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Finnish photographer Julius Kähkönen has developed a unique editing style that takes his breathtaking images to new heights. While his first love is photography, Kähkönen also has a passion for teaching others to create similarly beautiful images, and he offers classes online. Check out a selection of his best travel shots and don’t forget to follow him on Instagram at @visualsofjulius.
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Continue on to view a list of the world's fastest dog breeds, in no particular order. These dogs can reach speeds as high as 45 miles per hour — definitely enough to outpace a human.
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According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are seven levels of extinction risk. Extinct, extinct in the wild, critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable, near threatened and least concern. There are some animals on the critically endangered and endangered lists that you may not even know about. Check out these 10 animals that face possible extinction and visit the link below to find out how you can help.
Behind the history of Mount Washington’s fabled 231-mph wind gust
Nearly 100 years ago, on April 12, 1934, staff members perched in a tiny observatory atop one of the most extreme locations on Earth braved the dangerous elements to record one of the world’s most intense wind gusts.