Setenil de las Bodegas in Spain, where around 3,000 inhabitants are living quite literally, under a rock. The natural caves of Setenil turned out to be ideal living quarters because rather than needing to build entire houses to keep out the heat in the summer and the cold in the winter, all they needed to build was a facade. It is believed people have been living here since pre-historic times.
Alligator perched on a turtle at Bluebill Pond in Harris Neck NWR.
Photo credit: © Mary Ellen Urbanski
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