This is in Canaima National Park in Venezuela. What a sight.
There were only 200 Sumatran Rhinos left in the world, now there are 201.
This baby rhino, part of a rhino conservation project, was born a few days ago. No horn yet!
After typhoon has passed through there are often some strange weather effects left behind.
This rare hanging cloud was seen close to Mt Fuji, Japan the day after a strong typhoon had passed by.
We all know that the River Thames does not flow through the Olympic Stadium, but it will look like this for a few minutes during the 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony in London.
Vancouver in the province of British Columbia, Canada, is often voted as the best city in the world in which to live. If the waterfront is anything to go by then it is easy to understand why.
Another spectacular scene form a city in Canada. There is no need to go to the frozen Arctic land in Scandinavia when you can see the Aurora lights from your living room window in Edmonton, Alberta.
It has now been overtaken as one of the world’s tallest towers by the Tokyo Sky Tree. But does it really matter? The CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada still looks good especially with a sunset behind it.
This a NASA photo of the planet Venus (which is only slightly smaller than the Earth) as it passes over the sun. If you didn’t see it today then you have to wait another 105 years for your next chance.
The sun is much much further away than Venus, just shows how small the planets are in comparison with the sun.
There was a big party in London yesterday because someone had completed 60 years doing the same job. This person lives at Buckingham Palace which is the house at the end of the street under all the fireworks.
Many visitors to London call this London Bridge, but that is wrong. London Bridge is a very plain bridge a few kilometers upstream.
This is Tower Bridge, and it was recently illuminated with lights evoking the UK’s Union Jack flag.