A green laser from an Egypt fan shines in the eyes of Ghana goal keeper Abdul Fatawu Dauda during the World Cup qualifying playoff second leg soccer match between Ghana and Egypt, at the Air Defense Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013. Ghana qualified for the World Cup on Tuesday with a 7-3 aggregate win over Egypt in the playoffs to seize the fourth of five African places available at the finals. Egypt won the second leg 2-1 in the first international in Cairo in two years but Ghana progressed because of its 6-1 win at home in the first leg last month _ when Egypt’s dream of making a World Cup for the first time since 1990 effectively ended. (AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa)
is a species of ground dove native to the islands of Luzon and Polillo in the Philippines. They get the name bleeding heart due to a unusual splash of blood red feathers on the center of the birds chest making it look like the bird has received a wound and is bleeding out, this illusion is enhanced due to a reddish hue of feathers on the bird’s front which almost look blood soaked. This species behaves in a similar fashion to other ground pigeons in that it eats mostly eats seeds, berries and grubs and is very secretive almost never leaving the forest floor.