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Skydiving (rangergiya via Reddit)

Reddit editor rangergiya posted this perfectly timed shot.

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A one-pound female lobster, known as a "split" (© New England Aquarium/ Emily Bauernseind/AP)

This female lobster, known as a “split,” is rare — only one in five million, according to the New England Aquarium.

An Ankole-Watusi (entre3000 via Reddit)

The Ankole-Watusi is a cattle breed native to Africa.

Glass gem corn (Jertob via Reddit)

Glass gem corn is real, and each kernel is from a different variety of corn.

M&M's (via Imgur)

These are M&Ms, photographed through a window of water-spattered glass.

A bike over the water (klankworth via Reddit)

Reddit user klanworth posted this, noting “My friend took the photo. I was just there to witness it. She got lucky.”

Clouds in Alberta (manmalade via Reddit)

Sky over Calgary, Alberta, exhibiting a phenomenon known as a Chinook arch.

A lava skull (chic_geek via Reddit)

Lava, posted by Reddit editor chic_geek.

Bizarre track deformation (http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/2010/11/02/the-canterbury-earthquake-images-of-the-distorted-railway-line/)

New Zealand tracks following a Sept. 2010 earthquake.

WOW..NATURE PHOTOS ARE SO MUCH BETTER THAN PHOTOSHOPPED ONES!

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