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Russian swimmer Yuliya Yefimova – triple world champion

Russian swimmer Yuliya Yefimova - triple world champion

Beautiful Russian swimmer Yuliya Yefimova – triple world champion

Russian swimmer Yuliya Yefimova – triple world champion
Born 3 April 1992 in Grozny, Chechnya, because of war, her family had to move to Volgodonsk. Yuliya grew up there, and there she began to train in one of the local sports schools, under the guidance of her father, Andrei Mikhailovich Yefimov. Prior to 2011, the family lived in Taganrog, where Yuliya trained with the honored coach of Russia Irina Vyatchanina. In March 2011, the athlete went to the U.S., where she trains in California with David Salo.
Yuliya is a three-time European champion in 2007 FINA Short Course (50, 100 and 200 meters breaststroke), champion (200m breaststroke) and silver medalist (50 m) of the European Championship in 2008. She is a European record holder and European Championships in the 100m breaststroke.
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You are not alone

You are not alone

The pictures were taken by a Russian photographer Anatoly Strakhov, who spotted the seal on Tyuleniy Island, Russia. Photo dailymail.co.uk. You are not alone

You are not alone
It’s tough being ginger even when you’re a seal: Lonely pup shunned by his colony. Sitting all alone on a beach, this little seal is an outcast from the colony. Having reddish-brown color of fur and the palest of blue eyes. The rest of its sleek black family took an instant dislike to the ginger pup, leaving it to fend for itself. The pictures were taken by a Russian photographer Anatoly Strakhov, who spotted the seal on Tyuleniy Island, Russia.
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The first three months of a panda bear’s life

The first three months of a panda bear’s life

Adorable panda. The first three months of a panda bear’s life

The first three months of a panda bear’s life
A baby panda’s growing process is interesting but very difficult, because they are extremely fragile and can easily get sick and die. At breeding centers, 90% of baby pandas can survive nowadays, compared to no more than 30% in the 1960s. The Giant Panda is an endangered species. According to the latest report, China has 239 giant pandas in captivity (128 of them in Wolong and 67 in Chengdu), and another 27 pandas living outside the country.
April to May is the breeding season. Female and male pandas will have their rare moments together. After May, they drift apart. When the female one is 4-5 months pregnant, she will be anxious to find a hollow tree or cave as the delivery room. When the cub is born, she will raise her baby by herself.
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