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  • New York City was hit by the first snow of the season on November 15, 2018 around noon, bringing a hodge-podge wintry conditions. The city’s emergency management service advised New Yorkers to be aware of slippery conditions, also issued a travel advisory for Thursday particularly during the evening commute.

  • The first snow in New York started around 1:20 pm today and it has started to affect the people and everything.

  • A fisherman casts his net into the Dal lake after weather improved in Kashmir.

  • The first lights of dawn on Rome seen from the Janiculum Hill, with the sun rising from the "Castelli Romani" crossed by an airplane

  • People faced with heavy cold weather at Times Square this Wednesday.

  • The Eurasian eagle-owl (Bubo bubo) is a species of eagle-owl that resides in much of Eurasia. It is also called the European eagle-owl and in Europe, it is occasionally abbreviated to just eagle-owl.

  • The brown bears (Ursus arctos) of Madrid Zoo have started to pair off to breed during the winter. The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is the largest terrestrial carnivoran. In wildlife is distributed across much of northern Eurasia and North America. It remains listed as a least concern species by the IUCN with a total population of approximately 200,000.

  • During the autumn season in the outskirts of Srinagar. Tree leaves are changing colors while the days become shorter as winter approaches in Kashmir.

  • Training session of California sea lion at Madrid zoo. The California sea lion (Zalophus californianus), one of five species of sea lion, is a coastal eared seal native to western North America. They are particularly intelligent, can be trained to perform various tasks and display limited fear of humans if accustomed to them.The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists the species as Least Concern due to its abundance.

  • The storm that strikes Asturias has left beautiful images in Pria Jesters with big waves that wake up the jesters

  • Visual artist and painter Rolly Alcantara doing final touches on his recycled Christmas lantern plastic bottles with the combination of “singkaban” at Brgy. Hall of Pag-asa in Obando, Bulacan on November 8, 2018. The recycled “Parol” is his entry for the Christmas lantern competition in the town of Obando that will be compete 11 Brgy. This year. “Singkaban,” which stands for “Sining at Kalinangan ng Bulacan,” is often connected to intricately-designed bamboo arches during festivals in Bulacan.

  • Heavy rain hit Madrid zoo, where a Jacobin pigeon is seen soaked by rain. AEMET, the Spain's State Meteorological Agency, has put 15 provinces on alert for heavy rain, snowfall, rough seas and strong winds of up to 110 km/hr, due to a low pressure storm named 'Beatriz'.

  • Autumn, the third season of the year comes in between summer and winter it starts with the dropping of leaves from trees which is why autumn is widely known as fall season. Kashmir has always been India's crown and way to paradise. Autumn in Kashmir is also known as golden season. In this particular season leaves on trees turns yellowish golden and starts to fall. All these mesmerising changes turn Kashmir into an beautiful place which attracts the tourists to enjoy the nature.

  • Visitors taking interest on items displayed during (DAACHI) Arts and Crafts Fair exhibition organized by Daachi Foundation at a local hotel in Lahore on November 03, 2018. Textiles, pottery, Hunza Shawls, Ethnic Jewelry, crafts from Gilgit, Hyderabadi bangles, Phulkari from Haripur, Taxila stone carvings, hand-painted furniture, food stalls, truck art goods, food stalls, paintings and lots more in this exhibition.

  • Fresh snowfall covers Kashmir with its beautiful cover very early in the midst of the autumn this is very less seen and expected as per Kashmir valley while as the weather forecast was not as it turned out to be.

  • People collect used goods and iron from homes affected by liquefaction in Petobo, Palu, central Sulawesi, 34 days after quake-tsunami-liquefaction hit Central Sulawesi. A deadly earthquake measuring 7.5 magnitude and the tsunami wave caused by it has destroyed the city of Palu and much of the area in Central Sulawesi. According to officials, the death toll from the devastating quake and tsunami has risen to 2088, around 5000 people in hospitals are seriously injured and some 62,000 people have been displaced.

  • A deadly earthquake measuring 7.5 magnitude and the tsunami wave caused by it has destroyed the city of Palu and much of the area in Central Sulawesi. According to officials, the death toll from the devastating quake and tsunami has risen to 2088, around 5000 people in hospitals are seriously injured and some 62,000 people have been displaced

  • Shadows, reflections, colors at sunset seen from the terrace of the Pincio and from the lookout in front of the Casina Valadier in Rome, after a rainy day

  • Due to the strong wind and the heavy storms that struck Rome these days, a tree fell on a truck in Viale Giotto, in the San Saba district, the police closed the road to allow the removal of the tree

  • Because of the strong wind and the strong thunderstorms of today in some districts of Rome trees and branches have fallen along the streets

  • Every year, especially in autumn, tens of thousands of crane birds rest in the areas near Linum in Brandenburg. The photo shows crane birds in a field near Linum in Brandenburg.

  • Squirrel on a branch of a tree in the district of Steglitz.

  • According to SEO/Birdlife, a high number of White storks (Ciconia ciconia),7.500 in 1995 rising to 30.000 in 2014, have stopped their annual migration from Northern Europe to Africa instead staying in Spain and Portugal for winter. Seen here in the trees of Madrid zoo, where they find food easily.

  • Madrid Zoo participates in the European Endangered Species Program to protect Mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx), a primate of the Old World monkey (Cercopithecidae), which, in wildlife, faces a risk from extinction due to habitat loss by deforestation and by the hunting for bushmeat. It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

  • High temperatures, up to 23ºC, are seen during the afternoon hours at the Madrid zoo.

  • Jockeys compete in Chonburi's annual buffalo race festival which also celebrates the rice harvest.

  • The Kalianget Port, which is located on Jalan Raya Pelabuhan No.1, Kalianget District, Sumenep, Madura, East Java was a silent witness to the VOC's triumph in Sumenep Madura. The port, which was built since the Dutch East Indies era, is one of the second oldest ports in Sumenep, after the port of Kertasada, Marengan. In the past, this port was functioned as an important means of transportation for the salt industry on Madura Island. At present the Kalianget Port not only serves the distribution of salt products, but is also used as an inter-island transportation facility in the eastern tip of Sumenep and parts of Java.

  • Java begin their daily activities early, to harvest in their salt fields in the traditional way.

  • The jockey of the Contrada della Lupa Valter Pusceddu called Bighino wins the third round of the extraordinary Palio di Siena in October on the Schietta horse

  • The jockey of the Contrada dell'Oca Giuseppe Zedde said Gingillo wins the second trial of the extraordinary award of October on the Sorighittu horse.

  • Madrid zoo begins to celebrate Halloween with pumpkins for the borneo orangutans and Iar gibbons.

  • On the occasion of the visit of the Minister for Cultural Heritage and Activities Alberto Bonisoli at the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, in a preview, the recent discoveries of the Royal V were presented. The "Casa con giardino", with the various rooms decorated with valuable frescoes and the portico, and the "Casa di Giove" with rich pictorial decorations and mosaics.

  • Daily life in the Spanish small village of Soleidra, province of Soria, north of Spain. This region, as deserted as Siberia, is Europe’s largest desert in terms of population with just 2.3 inhabitants per sq km, by three in Siberia.

  • Extraordinary opening of the municipal rose garden in Rome, with the autumn blooming of roses

  • Rain is started due cyclone Title over Bay of Bengal as the streets are decorated with lights ahead of Durga Puja festival.

  • The lar gibbon (Hylobates lar), also known as the white-handed gibbon, is an primate in the gibbon family, Hylobatidae. It is listed by IUCN as an endangered species, due to degradation or loss of their forest habitats, and because are hunted for their meat or captured for pets.

  • Madrid Zoo participates in the European Endangered Species Program to protect leopards (Panthera pardus), which, in wildlife, face a high risk from extinction due to habitat loss and fragmentantion, and hunting for trade. It is listed as Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List.

  • With motive of World Bird Day, the Spanish Ornithological Society Seo-Bird Life organises in Soria, north of Spain, a scientific bird ringings to study of wild birds to know its health, mortality and feeding behaviour.

  • The long dry season caused the water discharge in the Dawuhan Dam in Madiun District to continue to shrink. As a result, the 2,823 hectare dam is now no longer able to irrigate thousands of hectares of farmers' rice fields during the long dry season this year

  • Tons of garbage floating on Pasig River. Improper waste disposal in Metro Manila is one of the cause of flooding during monsoon and typhoon season.

  • Mayor of Bogor, Bima Arya with Danrem 061 / Suryakancana (Indonesian Army), Dandim 0606 (Indonesian Army) of Bogor City and the Ciliwung Caring Community reviewed the Ciliwung River flow in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. The review was conducted to identify and address the sources of river pollution in relation to the normalization of the Ciliwung river.

  • The common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus truncatus) is the most well-known species from the family Delphinidae. Due to its intelligence, they have a bigger brain than humans, has driven considerable interaction with humans and are popular in aquarium shows.

  • The Asiatic Lion (Panthera leo persica) is a subspecies of the lion. It is classified as 'endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List. The main problems they are facing are inbreeding by the isolation suffered by the population, diseases, poaching and habitat loss.

  • Dr H K Chopra Sr Consultant Cardiologist , Neelanjana Singh Consultant Nutritionist and Author during the launching of the Saffolalite study 2018 a discussion on impact of belly fat on heart health.

  • Activist of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA dressed up as elephant and mahout to create awareness urging people to refrain elephant ride ahead of World Tourism Day.

  • Animal right activists campaign for protection and care of rabbits both domestic and wild on the occasion of International Rabbits day. International Rabbits day observe annually on the fourth Saturday or Sunday of September to promotes the protection and care of rabbits both domestic and wild.

  • At a Thailand's greatest open zoo and leisure park in suburb Bangkok, dolphins entertain various visitors with a show they've well trained.

  • Daily life of fishermen in Sibolga, Indonesia.

  • Dried fish from Sibolga is a characteristic of Sibolga city and is well known throughout Indonesia, processing various types of dried fish processed here, such as snapper, mackerel, talam, sei blades, grouper and so on. The fish is processed into dried fish which is first boiled and dried and packed in a small box or bamboo basket, then sold to retailers or directly to consumers.

  • Sibolga fish auction place is a market that is already famous in North Sumatra, because this place is like a 'paradise' for animal protein lovers who come from the ocean. In this place tourists can see the activity of fish auction directly, the catch of fishermen in this city include tuna, pomfret, bloated, fragile etc.