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JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

JRehling on Twitter: "Buffalo, NY was hit by snow so intense it looked like a wall, leaving up to 60 inches (1.5 meters). #BuffaloSnow http://t.co/MoKsOg18PI"

People who live in the northern states are used to being hit with snowstorms in winter. However, it's not often that a town gets more snow in one day than some cities receive in an entire year. NY State Thruway in Buffalo this morning! #BuffaloSnow pic.twitter.com/3bKjr1f3WT  — FOX...

People who live in the northern states are used to being hit with snowstorms in winter. However, it's not often that a town gets more snow in one day than some cities receive in an entire year. NY State Thruway in Buffalo this morning! #BuffaloSnow pic.twitter.com/3bKjr1f3WT — FOX...

The act of any groups of animals swarming together in unison appearing as one multi-individual creature is a behavioural process known as 'allelomimesis'. In wild bird populations, such gathering can often number thousands, even millions of birds! 'Allelo' (Ancient Greek) describes mutual relation to one another. 'Memesis' (

The act of any groups of animals swarming together in unison appearing as one multi-individual creature is a behavioural process known as 'allelomimesis'. In wild bird populations, such gathering can often number thousands, even millions of birds! 'Allelo' (Ancient Greek) describes mutual relation to one another. 'Memesis' (

I still can't get over this picture of Buffalo Bayou! (Houston Press: Hurricane Ike, Then and Now)

I still can't get over this picture of Buffalo Bayou! (Houston Press: Hurricane Ike, Then and Now)

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