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I complimented one of my co-workers on having lost ten pounds. However, I couldn’t resist bragging that when I was 17, 1 weighed 225 pounds and today I tip the scales at 224. 1 added, “That’s not bad for a man of my age.”我称赞我的一个同事减肥10磅。可是,我禁不住夸耀说我17岁时,体重225磅,而目前体重是224磅。我还说:“这对我这样年龄的男子来说,是不错的。”Overhearing this, a woman remarked, “You mean to say it took you all this time to lose one pound?”一个女子听到了这些话,她说道:“你是说你花了这么长时间才减了1磅?”

  We all know that feeling - a large lunch leaves us sprawled out on the sofa.我们都很了解这种感觉:午饭饱餐一顿后,我们都愿意四肢伸开躺在沙发上不愿起身。Similarly, this juvenile red-tailed hawk was rendered immobile after scoffing down another bird.这只红尾鹰雏鸟也是如此,它在狼吞虎咽吃掉一整只鸟后,完全动弹不得了。Photographer Steve Shinn managed to snap the stricken bird of prey on its back after a meal of a coot near a nature preserve in Long Beach, California.摄影师斯蒂夫·辛在加州的西南部的长滩市的一处自然保护区拍下了这张照片:这只看起来有点受到打击的猛禽在吃完一整只白骨顶鸡后躺在地上起不来了。#39;I shot this just after a big holiday meal and think I could feel this bird#39;s pain,#39; he explained.他解释道:“我自己也是在享受完节日大餐后拍下了照片,我觉得自己完全能感受到它的痛苦。”#39;I found this bird in a very unhawklike position looking very distressed. It had attacked a Coot near the stream and chewed away on it for about a half hour before it waddled about 50 feet and fell flat on his keister.“我发现它以非常古怪的姿势倒在地上,看起来非常痛苦。它在小溪边猎杀一只白骨顶鸡,花了差不多半小时 将猎物整个咀嚼下去,然后它摇摇摆摆地走了大约50英尺,就仰面平躺在了草地上。”#39;It seemed to be breathing well so I called some folks who work for South Bay Wildlife Recovery, a wonderful organisation that mainly works with raptors and other animals.“它看起来呼吸正常,所以我打电话给南湾野生动物保护中心的工作人员,让他们过来看看。这个保护中心是一个非常好的组织,主要就是负责猛禽类和其他动物。”#39;They had one their members on the way in minutes so I opted not to disturb the bird by getting it upright as being on its back is not a good position as it can interfere with breathing.;保护中心的成员很快就赶过来了,所以我没去打扰这只红尾鹰,只是帮它保持竖直的姿势,现在这样背部靠在地上的姿势不太好,可能会影响呼吸。”#39;The stuffed critter was collected and taken in for some rest and recovery.“工作人员将这只痛苦的小红尾鹰带回保护中心,准备让其休息并照顾到康复为止。”#39;A day later it was sitting on a perch and seemed none the worse for the gluttonous rampage. They plan to return it to the same area as soon as recovery is complete.#39;“第二天我去保护中心,看到它坐在栖木上,看起来完全没有受到之前贪吃的影响。工作人员计划一旦它完全康复,就把它送回之前的区域。” /201301/220564

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  Year in and year out, we all make resolutions to better ourselves. Gym memberships surge, restaurants serve more salads and people reduce their smoking, drinking and spending. Making a resolution is one thing, but sticking to that resolution can be an uphill battle -- these are lifelong habits you#39;re trying to break. Kafi A. Martin, a health and lifestyle expert and CEO of Island Sweat, offers her tips for staying focused. In short, think long term.日复一日年复一年,每到新年时分我们都会列新年目标,希望可以完善自身。健身房的会员业务量激增、餐馆的健康食品卖得更多、戒烟戒酒戒花钱的人儿也遍地都是。不过,列目标是一回事,但坚持下去就是场艰苦卓绝的战役了:要知道,你在努力戒掉的,是长期以来养成的习惯。Kafi.A.Martin 是一位生活健康专家,同时也是Island Sweat公司的CEO。她将跟我们分享将目标坚持到底的秘诀。一句话:从长远利益出发。1. Cook More1. 多做饭Cooking more meals at home is a top New Year#39;s resolution, but it#39;s daunting if you#39;re not comfortable in the kitchen. ;To start, pick one meal that would be easy for you to do,; Martin said. Think eggs for breakfast or chicken for dinner. ;The key here is to not overwhelm yourself by trying to cook each meal right away. Pick one easy meal first, master it and then add another.;今年要多在家做饭,这是很多人第一选择的新年目标。不过,假如你本来就厨艺不精,那这个目标对你来说着实艰巨。Martin告诉我们:“刚开始的时候,你可以选择一个简单的食谱。” 比如用鸡蛋做早饭、或是用鸡肉做晚餐。“关键是,不要在一开始就妄想着能顿顿美味,先选一个简单的食谱、掌握它,然后再逐渐进阶。2. Eat Better2. 吃得更健康Eating the majority of your meals at home is the quickest way to eat healthier. Still, you will likely eat out. At restaurants, don#39;t be afraid to get picky. Ask for dressings and toppings on the side, request your food cooked in olive oil instead of other fats, skip the appetizers and order water to drink. At friends#39; houses, control your portions and pass on high-calorie beverages.想要吃得健康,最便捷的方法就是多在家吃饭。然而,总有出去下馆子的时候。别怕,在饭馆里要多“挑三拣四”。比如,嘱咐厨子把调味料和配料都放在盘子的一边(而不是和食物混合在一起);要求用橄榄油而不是用别的油烹制;不点开胃菜、以水代替饮料等等。在朋友家聚餐时,记得控制自己盘中食物的份量,并远离那些高热量的酒水饮料。3. Get a Better Education3. 继续深造If you#39;re thinking of going back to school, Martin suggests you ;write down your reason for going back to school at the top of every notepad and notebook you use.; The constant reminder, she says, will keep you focused and motivate you through difficult classes and exams even when balancing school with life and work seems impossible.假如你打算回炉深造一下,Martin的建议是:“把你想深造的原因和目的写下来,并放在所有常用的笔记本的第一页。” 这样,通过长期持续的提醒,它将保持你注意力的集中,并在艰苦的课堂和考试中给你动力;在令人疲惫的生活和学业的平衡中,持续给你信心和力量。4. Quit Smoking4. 戒烟This resolution may be more difficult to keep than others because your body#39;s addiction to nicotine can be difficult to overcome. Some can quit cold turkey, but others require gradual steps to break their addiction, and that#39;s OK. Invest in products that help wean you off your nicotine addiction. In addition, Martin says to ;assess what triggers your stress and control that first before you reach for your puffer; since smoking is often a mindless, stress-relieving habit.这个目标相比别的而言,比较难。因为吸烟者的身体对尼古丁的依赖并不容易克。少数人能迅速又彻底地戒掉,然而大多数还是需要一个漫长而逐渐的过程的,没关系。可以尝试用替代品来帮助你克烟瘾。此外,Martin还认为,“每当烟瘾重犯、伸手掏烟时,你应该先想一想:啥事儿让我变得紧张了?从而克制住这种情绪。” 因为吸烟是一种下意识缓解压力的习惯。5. Stick to a Budget5. 计划用钱;A budget is how you control your money and ensure that money does not control you,; said Martin. Think of a budget as financial freedom as opposed to a restriction. To stick to this resolution, Martin suggests setting up a small monthly reward for yourself as a treat for a month#39;s worth of success. Take a picture of this reward (a meal, a manicure, a new outfit) and keep it in your line of sight to help stay on track.“理财计划是用来帮助你掌控自己的钱财、而非让它反过来掌控你的办法。”Martin说道。理财其实是为了实现“财务自由”,而非约束你花钱。要想坚持下去,Martin的建议是——设立一笔小额月奖励,来鼓励自己每个月的成功。无论你用这笔奖励干嘛(比如吃饭、做指甲、买衣),记得拍张照,并放在肉眼可见的地方,帮助你循序渐进地达成目标。6. Reduce Debt6. 减少债务Whether you#39;re tens, hundreds or thousands of dollars in debt, reducing that debt takes dedication and diligence. To start, do not accrue any more debt and instead only spend within your means. To reduce the debt you aly have, list all your debts from smallest to largest. ;Start by paying off the smallest debt,; suggested Martin, who explains that the reward of paying it off can motivate you to work on your larger debts, too. If necessary, work with a financial specialist to help you create a plan of attack.无论你正身负几千、几百或几十美元的债,想达成这个目标,需要奉献和勤勉的精神。第一步要做到“不再欠更多债”,而只在可承受的范围内开销。若想偿还债务,先列一张表,把每笔债务从小到大清点一遍。“从最小一笔开始还”,Martin这样建议。她解释道,因为每偿还一笔,你都将得到良性的促进和鼓舞,这样一来,大的债务也能渐渐被偿还了。有必要的话,也可以请一个理财专家,来帮助你设立“作战计划”。7. Get Organized7. 生活得更有条理Drowning in clutter? Try nixing as much paper as possible and storing it digitally instead, Martin suggests. ;With an electronic copy, you can get rid of the paper copy and immediately begin to keep your space clear and organized,; she said. For standard household organization, go through all your possessions and donate whatever you aren#39;t using. Buy storage containers of all sizes, give everything a place and then label the containers. ;Designating one space for each item keeps it from being jumbled and hard to find,; said Martin.感觉快被一团乱麻淹没了?不如试试减少纸张使用、转向数字生活吧,这是Martin的建议。“电子文档可以立即帮你摆脱成堆的纸质文件,还你一个干净有条理的空间,” 她说。对于普通的家庭或机构而言,不妨翻看一下自己的存货,然后把那些不用的东西都捐出去。购置各种尺寸的储物箱,把每件东西都标记好,然后放进去。“把空间标记好,不同的地方存放专门的东西,这样就不会造成一团乱麻、要啥找不到啥的局面了。”8. Reduce Alcohol Intake8. 减少酒精摄入To successfully reduce your alcohol intake, first consider where you do the majority of your drinking. ;If you’re a social drinker, do less events where others are drinking and do more physical activities like skating or hiking,; suggested Martin. ;This way you get your social interaction, but it’s not built around behavior where drinking is the norm.; Martin says to pay attention to your drinking mood if you#39;re a solitary drinker. Once you understand your triggers, work to avoid them and find other ways to cope or relieve that mood.想要少喝酒,首先你得回忆一下平时一般都在哪里喝得比较多。“假如应酬时总喝多,那就少去聚餐,多做些体育运动,比如滑冰啊、徒步之类。” Martin建议道。“这样,你既和朋友们保持了联络,同时也回避了那种处处离不开酒精的场面。” Martin还说,假如你常常独饮,那得好好注意一下自己在喝酒时的情绪。一旦你掌握了自己情绪的薄弱点,那么下次再出现这种情绪时,用别的方式来化解它。9. Get Fit9. 去健身Exercise and getting more fit is all about a lifestyle change -- not a temporary regimen. ;To get fit, you must engage in an activity that you love, at a time where you are fully focused on you and you only,; advised Martin. ;Separate an hour in every day that belongs only to you. In that hour, do the sporting activity you enjoy most.; If you hate running, don#39;t do it. Instead try dancing, skating or even walking. If you enjoy sports, join a community team. If you love the outdoors, take up hiking or biking.体育锻炼和健身是一辈子的事业,而非短期强化可以达到。“想变得健美,首先你得找到自己喜欢什么运动,以及算算自己的哪些时间是能保不被打扰专心运动的。”Martin建议道。“可以试着把一小时零散分布在全天中。在这些完全属于你自己的时间里,做最喜欢的运动。如果你讨厌跑步,那就别跑。试试跳舞啊、溜冰啊、走路啊什么的。如果你喜欢某些运动项目,可以去参加社团。如果你喜欢户外,那就去徒步或骑车。”10. Spend More Time With Family10. 花更多时间和家人相处Spending quality time with your family can be tricky since it requires balancing various peoples#39; schedules. The key is to plan in advance and to find something fun that you all enjoy. ;Take turns picking an activity that everyone can do and set aside a specific time every week,; suggested Martin. ;Even if it#39;s game night at home, put the event on your calendar so you don#39;t schedule something over it by accident.;这其实是个并不容易的目标,因为,家里每个人的时间都得有一个共同的交集才行。要提前做计划,找出那些所有人都喜欢的活动。“可以试着让每个家庭成员轮流选择一次活动,并设立一个’每周特殊时间’,让大家都能参与其中。”Martin建议道,“即便是一家人大晚上玩游戏也行啊。总之,把这件事记在日历上,这样可以避免’一不小心被别的安排打乱’的事发生了。” /201301/219122As part of an experiment by Audi, Lindsay Rule made it from Boston to San Francisco relying only on the kindness of strangers and the electronic networks that now tie us all together.作为奥迪公司的一项实验,Lindsay Rule仅仅依靠陌生人的帮助、和将我们连在一起的网络,成功得从波士顿抵达旧金山。Hitchhiking, especially as a woman, has never been the safest activity. But the rise of smartphones and social networks has made the prospect of sharing a car-or a house-with a stranger much more palatable. Add that to the fact that young adults are buying fewer cars than ever, and there#39;s a strong case for car companies to start digging into carsharing and other alternative revenue streams.搭车旅行从来都不是一项安全的活动,尤其对女性来说。但是随着智能手机与社交网络的发展,与陌生人搭车甚至共享一所房子都成为了可能。加上越来越多的年轻人都不再买车,是时候让汽车公司开始发展共享租车业务和其他的赚钱渠道了。As part of a partnership between Architizer and Audi#39;s Urban Future Initiative, which examines the convergence of mobility, architecture, and urban development, Rule was sent on an ambitious assignment: traveling from Boston to San Francisco in two weeks without spending any money (there was a 0 emergency fund). She succeeded.Architizer与奥迪合作构建的城市未来倡议能够检验城市发展、机动性及城市架构是否全面。而作为倡议中的一部分,Rule得到了一项高难度的任务:在两周内,从波士顿出发前往旧金山,途中不得有任何金钱出(有100美元的紧急基金)。她成功了。I met up with Rule at her final destination: Audi#39;s Powell Street Promenade in downtown San Francisco. She was surprisingly exuberant for someone who spent the last 14 days coordinating free journeys Westward. How did she do it?我在终点遇见了Rule:站在位于旧金山市中心的鲍威尔步行街上,她对于自己在过去的14天里做了一次免费的西部旅行感到异常兴奋。而她是如何做到的呢?There were a handful of services that made the trip possible: Facebook, Craigslist, Ridejoy (a ridesharing service), and CouchSurfing. When Rule began her journey in Boston, she didn#39;t know what to do-how could she start organizing the trip without WiFi? So she spent a little bit of her emergency cash on a cheap bus ticket to New York City that came with WiFi and a power outlet. Rule ended up hitching a ride with a photographer that she found on Craigslist all the way to Chicago, where she used Facebook to find a friend#39;s couch on which to crash. Soon Rule discovered a woman on Craigslist who was giving away a free bus ticket to Madison, Wisconsin-Rule accepted it and continued her journey, staying in Wisconsin with a couchsurfer who later drove her to Minneapolis.一系列的务设施让这次旅行成为可能:Facebook, Craigslist(资讯黄页网站), Ridejoy(自行车共享务网站)以及CouchSurfing(沙发客网站)。当Rule在波士顿准备出发时,她完全不知道自己该做什么——她该如何在没有WiFi的情况下组织行程?所以她用了紧急基金里的一点钱买了一张到纽约市的车票。车上有WiFi,还有插座。在去芝加哥的路上,她在Craigslist克雷格列表网上找到了一位愿意让她搭车的摄影师。在那里,她还通过Facebook找到了愿意让她睡一晚的朋友。之后Rule又在Craigslist上遇到一位想要免费出让一张去威斯康星州麦迪逊市的车票,Rule得到了这张车票并继续她的旅程。在威斯康星州里,她遇到了一位沙发客,最终载着她抵达明尼阿波里斯市。Rule#39;s trip across the country continued like that-completely unplanned, made possible entirely by the kindness of strangers, including an entire CouchSurfing community in Missoula, Montana called Orange Acres. ;This would have been impossible without social media,; she explains. And yet, she never realized before the trip how vast this digital sharing network really was. ;I had confidence in it. I#39;d do it again,; she says.Rule的全国旅行完全没有任何计划,全部通过陌生人友善的帮助完成,其中还有在蒙塔纳州米苏拉市的一整个沙发客社团。;如果没有社交网络,这一切都是不可能的。;她解释道。而在此之前,她还没有意识到数字网络究竟有多广大。;我对此很有信心,我会再来一次。; 她说。Audi, for its part, realizes the significant of how easy it#39;s becoming to travel in the U.S. without owning a car. ;Mobility in cities is getting more and more relevant to us,; says Dominik Stampfl of the Audi Urban Future Initiative. ;In the future, we#39;ll need more than cars.;而对于奥迪来说,他们意识到了做一次环美旅游是多么容易,即使自己没有车。;城市中的交通设施对于我们来说越来越重要了,;奥迪城市未来倡议的Dominik Stampfl说。;在未来,我们需要的不仅仅是车辆。; /201208/195378

  Good news for those of you who enjoy a nice cold Coke: the company has rolled out a new bottle made entirely from frozen water. Bad news for those of you who don’t live in Colombia: It’s only available in Colombia.送给爱喝冰冻可乐的你们的好消息:可口可乐公司推出了一款完全用冰块做成的可乐瓶子。坏消息:仅在哥伦比亚出售。要是你不住在哥伦比亚,可就享用不到啦!This icy new drinking vessel is shaped like the traditional glass Coke bottle and has the company’s name etched into the ice, according to Coca Cola’s website.根据可口可乐公司网站,这款冰制的可乐瓶子形状和玻璃材质的传统可乐瓶很相似,公司的logo则是直接嵌进到冰里的。Alas, right now you can only find it in Colombia, and there’s no word yet if Coke will introduce it in any other countries. But apparently it’s pretty popular so far — according to the site, beachside vendors have sold an average of 265 bottles per hour.不过遗憾的是,目前这款冰可乐只在哥伦比亚发售,而且目前也暂无关于该公司是否会在其他国家发售这款冰可乐的消息。不过目前看来,冰可乐明显非常受欢迎——根据网站介绍,在哥伦比亚海滨的小贩们平均每小时可以卖出265瓶冰可乐。If you’re at least a marginally curious person, then perhaps you’re wondering how this works. Basically, these bottles are made of silicone molds filled with micro-filtered water, frozen to -13°F. Once you’ve drunk all the Coke, the bottle melts away. Oh, and each bottles come equipped with a rubber red band to make it easier to hold the vessel. The band then doubles as a bracelet.如果你生性比较好奇,你可能会想这个到底是怎么个原理。这些瓶子是用硅胶模具制作的,里面注满了微过滤的水,并被冰冻至零下13华氏度(零下25摄氏度)。一旦你把可乐都喝掉了,瓶子也就会融化。每个瓶身上面都箍了个红色的橡皮套,方便你拿着瓶子,喝完可乐这个还可以当手环。Coke is touting the environmentally friendly nature of these melt-away bottles, but as A News points out, they require so much extra refrigeration that it basically cancels out the eco-friendly aspect.可口可乐公司目前正在推广这些冰可乐瓶子,瓶子用后可以融化不会损害自然环境。但根据A新闻指出,这些冰可乐瓶子需要额外的制冷条件,所以基本上抵消其环保效果。 /201307/247691

  Leah Remini has confirmed that she#39;s left the Church of Scientology, and with that she joins a growing list of celebrities who have said goodbye to the religion created by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard.丽亚#8226;雷米尼已经实她脱离了山达基教,越来越多的名人告别了由科幻作家L#8226;罗恩#8226;贺伯特创立的宗教,从此她也加入了这队伍。Tom Cruise is the face of Scientology and he convinced Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes to join the church during his respective marriages to them. Of course neither marriage lasted, and Kidman and Holmes both left the church, with rumors it was the controversial religion that played a role in the demise of each relationship.汤姆克鲁斯是科学教的脸面人物,在两段婚姻中他说妮可#8226;基德曼和凯蒂#8226;赫尔姆斯加入了该教会。当然两段婚姻都没有长久,基德曼和赫尔姆斯都离开了该教会,谣言称这个充满争议的宗教在每段关系的消亡中扮演了一个角色。Neither has commented on the rumors, and Kidman told The Hollywood Reporter, ;I#39;ve chosen not to speak publicly about Scientology. I have two children [adopted with Cruise] who are Scientologists -- Connor [17] and Isabella [20] -- and I utterly respect their beliefs.;不去那些流言蜚语,基德曼告诉好莱坞记者,“我选择不公开谈论山达基教。我有两个孩子(和克鲁斯领养的)都是山达基信徒——17岁的康纳和20岁的伊莎贝拉,我完全尊重他们的信仰。”Meanwhile, actress Nazanin Boniadi -- the woman who was allegedly handpicked by the church to be Cruise#39;s girlfriend from November 2004 until January 2005 before running afoul of the religion#39;s leader David Miscavage -- also left the church.与此同时,女演员纳赞宁#8226;波妮阿蒂——在忤逆该宗教的领袖大卫-密斯凯维吉之前的2004年11月到2005年1月,被教会精心挑选出来作为克鲁斯的女朋友,也离开了该教会。;G.I. Jane; actor Jason Beghe has been one of the most vocal stars to leave Scientology. After 13 years as a member, he left in 2007, and released a in which he spoke out about the church.《魔鬼女大兵》演员杰森#8226;贝吉一直是离开山达基教中最直言不讳的明星。作为一个信徒的13年之后,2007年他离开了,在发布的一个视频中他谈到了这个教会。;Scientology is destructive and a rip-off,; the actor said in the . ;It#39;s very, very dangerous for your spiritual, psychological, mental, emotional health and evolution. I think it stunts your evolution. If Scientology is real, then something#39;s f**ked up.;“山达基是破坏性的,是在敲竹杠,”这位演员在视频中说。“对你的心灵、心理、精神、情绪健康和演变是非常危险的。我认为它阻碍了你的演变。如果山达基教是真实的,那么简直是扯淡。”And Lisa Marie Presley, whose father Elvis once said of the religion, ;F**k those people. All they want is my money,; opened up about her decision to leave the church, telling USA Today:丽莎#8226;玛丽#8226;普雷斯利,其父猫王曾经说过该宗教,“那些人去死吧。他们想要的是我的钱,”公开她离开该教会的决定时告诉《今日美国》:;I was slowly starting to self-destruct, and I didn#39;t know where that was coming from. I started to uncover the main person who was really close to me for years, and then it was a domino effect. I was devastated,; she said, adding, ;I got bad advice. I was insulated with no grip on reality. They were taking my soul, my money, my everything.”“我慢慢地开始自毁,我不知道那是来自于何处。我开始揭露那些和我真正亲近多年的主要人士,然后是一场多米诺骨牌效应。我崩溃了,”她说,并补充道,“我得到坏的建议。我无法掌控现实。他们带走了我的灵魂、我的钱、我的一切。” /201307/247831

  

  They are notoriously shy around humans, beating their tails and chattering their teeth to try to warn us off before emitting loud whistles to tell other members of their colony to flee.众所周知,土拨鼠在人类面前很胆小。它们会敲打着尾巴,吱吱地磨着牙,以警告人类不要靠近。它们还会发出响亮的口哨以通知领域内的同胞逃离此处。But when these alpine marmots see Matteo Walch, they scuttle to his side and show him nothing but affection.但当这些高山土拨鼠遇见Matteo Walch时,它们涌到他的身边,流露出的满满全是喜爱之情。The eight-year-old built up a remarkable relationship with the creatures since first being taken to see them by his nature-loving family four years ago.自从四年前被热爱动物的家人带着见到这群土拨鼠后,这个8岁的小男孩儿便与它们建立了深厚的感情。The family return to visit the colony in Groslocker in the Austrian Alps for two weeks every year.这家人每年都会来到位于奥地利阿尔卑斯山下的格罗斯洛克住两周,探访Matteo的动物朋友们。Matteo’s father Michaela, said: #39;Their friendship has lasted for more than four years now.Matteo的爸爸Michaela说道:“他们之间的友谊已经持续四年多了。”#39;He loves those animals and they are not at all afraid of Matteo because he has a feeling towards them and they understand that.“他爱这些小动物们,而它们也完全不害怕他的存在,因为他对它们有一种感情,而它们也完全能领会。”We go there every year now for two weeks - it’s amazing to watch the connection between a boy and his animal friends.’“我们每年都去那里呆两周——看到一个小男孩儿和动物朋友之间的情感联系,这样的感觉很美妙。”Marmots stand at around 18cm tall and reach up to 50cm in length. Bizarrely, the animals are heavier in the autumn, when they can weigh up to 8kg, in comparison to 3kg in the spring months.土拨鼠直立高度差不多有18cm,身长约50cm。奇怪的是,这种动物到了秋天便会增肥,能长到约8kg重,而春天仅3kg。Michaela, a schoolteacher from Innsbruck, Austria, has uniquely captured the unique bond between Matteo and his marmot friends throughout the past four years.Michaela是奥地利因斯布鲁克的一位教师,他在过去的四年内拍了许多Matteo和土拨鼠朋友的照片。He said: #39;I could spend hours watching animals - it gives me a connection with nature and its life forms.他说:“我能一连几小时注视着动物们——它能让我与自然和动物的生活方式产生联系。”#39;It’s great that I have been able to document the marmot’s natural behaviour around Matteo without making them afraid of me and my equipment.“当我在拍摄Matteo和土拨鼠之间的自然行为时,它们一点儿也不怕我和我的器材。这真是太棒了。”#39;I wanted to capture the animals exactly the way I see them - the way they behave among each other, in harmony with their surroundings.#39;“我想把我所见到的动物最真实的样子拍下来——我想拍出那种它们自然互动、和周围一切和谐相融的感觉。”It is clear from the pictures that Matteo and the marmots are totally comfortable in each other’s company.从照片中可以看出,Matteo和他的土拨鼠朋友们相处得非常自然。Michaela, 46, said: #39;The picture of a curious animal approaching me is a thousand times more beautiful than the picture of any animal looking at me in fear before it takes flight.46岁的Michaela说道:“一张小动物好奇接近我的照片,要比那些紧张地注视着我镜头、准备立刻逃跑的动物照片美丽一千倍。”#39;This is how I try to picture the proudest, more beautiful and also the funniest moments, giving others the opportunity to enjoy the miraculous world of animals.’“我便是这样拍出那些最令人自豪、最美丽、同时也是最有趣的瞬间的。这样,别人也能有机会去享受这不可思议的动物世界。” /201208/197258

  

  

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