FILE – In this Feb. 27, 2016, file photo provided by NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center, an orca whale known as L95, right, swims with other whales from the L and K pods in the Pacific Ocean near the mouth of the Columbia River near Ilwaco, Wash., days after being fitted with a satellite tag. In April, federal biologists temporarily halted tagging endangered killer whales in Puget Sound after the orca was found dead with fragments of a dart tag lodged in its dorsal fin. On Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, an expert panel says the dart tag deployed on the whale by federal biologists was the source of a fungal infection that contributed to its death. Experts concluded a fungal infection that entered the animal’s bloodstream at the wound contributed to the whale’s death. (NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center via AP, File)
Tourism Mail | 3rd June, 2017
A traditional Newar settlement in Tistung Palung in Makwanpur district as captured on Friday, June 2, 2017.
Tourism Mail | 28th February, 2017
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