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  • These stunning images are truly places where travelers can get away from it all. "Lonely Planet's Wild World," takes readers "on a journey to the farthest-flung corners on the planet, immersing them in the natural phenomena, diversity and wildlife that make it so extraordinary." </br></br>Pictured: Gaberoun oasis, Idehan Ubari, Libya.
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  • The 200 stunning photos that comprise the oversize coffee table book capture a vivid portrait of the world in which we live, from the Arctic’s tundra to the great deserts of central Asia, the world’s largest cave to its wind-whipped mountain peaks.</br></br>Pictured: Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada. The winking lighthouse is an icon of Canada’s Atlantic coast.
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  • Following are a selection of the book's most amazing images.</br></br>Pictured: Kahurangi National Park, South Island, New Zealand.
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  • Mt. Aspiring National Park, New Zealand.
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  • Lofoten wall and village, Nordland, Norway. Within the grasp of the Arctic Circle, Lofoten is an archipelago where alpine peaks tower over beaches, bays and traditional villages. The area is famed for adventure sports and surfing.
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  • Overview of tracks winding through Picos de Europa mountains.
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  • Shiprock in New Mexico.
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  • Snow covered Thuringian Forest near Ilmenau.
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  • Paine Massif, Torres del Paine, Chile.
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  • Easter Island, Chile. Seven stone statues, or moai, look out to sea from Aku Akivi, in Rapa Nui National Park.
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  • Lago di Carezza, The Dolomites, Italy. The "lake of the rainbow," fringed by dense fir tree forest, reflects the westernmost mountain of the Dolomites.
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  • Wilhelmina Bay, Antarctica.
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  • Overview of Geirangerfjord and Seven Sisters waterfall in Sunnmore, Norway.
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  • Ao Phang-Nga National Marine Park, Thailand.
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  • "Lonely Planet's Wild World" from Lonely Planet was published in October, 2015. The five-pound book costs $40 and is available for purchase in <a href="http://shop.lonelyplanet.com/world/lonely-planets-wild-world-1/" target="external">Lonely Planet's online shop</>.
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