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Delwedd y Diwrnod
1 Mehefin 2023
Cataratas Victoria, Zambia-Zimbabue, 2018-07-27, DD 04.jpg
Aerial view of the Victoria Falls of the Zambezi River, border between Zambia (left side) and Zimbabwe (right side). The Victoria Falls is the largest sheet of falling water in the world based on its combined width of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) and height of 108 metres (354 ft).
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Dyma'r lluniau sydd wedi cael eu dewis i'w dangos ar yr Hafan ym mlwch Delwedd y Diwrnod. Fe'u cyhoeddir ar y dudalen hon er mwyn rhoi cyfle i rywrai gyfieithu'r disgrifiadau i ieithoedd eraill.

Rhaid i bob Ddelwedd y Diwrnod gael ei ddewis o blith y Lluniau da. Y lluniau gorau ar Gomin Wikimedia yw'r Lluniau da, wedi cael eu dewis trwy gonsensws. Cewch gyfarwyddiadau ar sut i ychwanegu Delwedd y Diwrnod yma.

Gallwch osod Delwedd y Diwrnod ar dudalen drwy ddefnyddio'r nodyn hwn:
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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Aerial view of the Victoria Falls of the Zambezi River, border between Zambia (left side) and Zimbabwe (right side). The Victoria Falls is the largest sheet of falling water in the world based on its combined width of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) and height of 108 metres (354 ft).

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Ascent to the steeple of the St. Viktor Church, Dülmen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Amphycribral vascular bundle of a Fern Rhizome Pteridium aquilinum. Big cells with red cell wall are tracheids. They serve in the transport of water. Around the xylem there are xylem parenchyma and phloem cells. A single row layer of small cells (with red content) located circumferentially is endoderm. In the parenchyma there are amyloplasts which store starch granules.

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English : View of Malecon Avenue, Havana, Cuba

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : A Doppler on Wheels image of a tornadic thunderstorm near La Grange, Wyoming (USA) captured during the VORTEX2 project. In the velocity image on the left, Blues/green represent winds moving towards the radar, and reds/yellows indicate winds moving away from the radar. The reason that some of the darker blues contain red/yellow within them is a trait known as Aliasing, where the winds are moving faster than the radar can detect. In the reflectivity image on the right, the main body of the storm can be seen, with the appendage on the bottom of the storm being a hook echo, which is associated directly with the tornado, and the tornado circulation itself can be seen as the doughnut like shape in the later part of the animation.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : This is probably the most important map of Africa produced in the 18th century. Largely based upon the earlier D’Anville map, this map has been enlarged and expanded by Samuel Boulton. Depicts the continent in full with insets of the Gold Coast (or Ivory Coast, or Guinea). This map is unique in that it is a serious attempt to compile all of the accurate scientific knowledge of the African continent available at the time.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Pachycereus pringlei forest in Sonoran Desert, Sonora, Mexico

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Lukmanier Pass Passo del Lucomagno. (Reservoir Lai da Sontga Maria near the pass).

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Fortified Ingush military towers of medieval Erzi, circa 16th century, Armkhi Valley, Republic of Ingushetia, Caucasus Mountains.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Issued 100 years ago: "Notgeld" banknote: 50,000 Mark, Württembergische Notenbank.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Canada National EMD SD70M-2 8015, EMD SD75I 5690 and EMD SD60F 5517 with a freight train between Hinton and Jasper, Canada

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Mounted specimens and genitalia slides of male geometer moth Ourapteryx yerburii subspecies, housed in the Natural History Museum, London. An example of reproductive isolation, the two externally identical subspecies only differ in one single structure known as furca in male genitalia.

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English : Baroque chapel inside the church of St. Anthony Convent in Rio de Janeiro. Today is Anthony of Padua's feast day.

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English : Botryoidal Purple Grape Agate Chalcedony from Indonesia

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English : Turbines room of the Walchensee Hydroelectric Power Station, Kochel, Bavaria, Germany. The storage power station is fed with water from the Walchensee which is then released into the Kochelsee. The installed capacity is 124 MW with an annual production of 300 GWh, one of the largest of its kind in Germany.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Six-year-old male lion (Panthera leo), Phinda Private Game Reserve, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. 16 June is a Public holiday in South Africa and commemorates the Soweto uprising of 1976.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Freiherr-vom-Stein-Haus (district government) in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Flowers of the Bistorta officinalis. Focus stack of 20 photos.

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English : Ancient Niy settlement in Ingushetia, Russia. This kind of architecture is known as Vainakh tower architecture; towers of this kind were used for military purposes and as dwellings, and they are common in Ingushetia and Chechnya.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : The Inukshuk, a sculpture made up of piled stones, is a familiar symbol of the Inuit, mostly found in the Arctic landscape and often used as a navigational tool. This sculpture is situated in western part of Toronto (close to lake Ontario), ON, CA.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Court Ladies Playing Double-sixes by Zhou Fang, created in the 8th century. Today is the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival.

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : Geraldine Ulmar as Yum-Yum in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado by Benjamin Joseph Falk, restored by Adam Cuerden

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Ffeiriwch y ddelwedd
English : View of Mount Ama Dablam on a clear sunny day. Ama Dablam ("Mother's Necklace", आमा दब्लम, 6,800 metres (22,300 ft)) is a notable peak in the Khumbu Everest Zone of Nepal, Himalayas. For several days, Ama Dablam dominates the eastern sky for anyone trekking to Everest Base Camp.

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English : "Print shows the embarkation of sick persons at the harbor in Balaklava" (tinted lithograph, digitized from the original print).

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English : Female blue-legged chameleon (Calumma crypticum) in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. Madagascar gained full Independence from France on 26 June 1960.

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English : A view of the Milky Way over one of the bunkers in Albendín, Baena, Córdoba, Spain.

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English : Chestnut-tailed starling (Sturnia malabarica) on Indian coral tree (Erythrina variegata), Satchari National Park, Bangladesh.

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English : Common hollyhock (Alcea rosea). Ukraine, Vinnytsia

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