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Young ducks swimming Irja Lehtinen

Young ducks swimming Irja Lehtinen

artnet Galleries: Elephants Walking Through Grass, Amboseli, 2006 by Nick Brandt from HASTED KRAE...

artwork: Nick Brandt - "Elephants Walking through Grass, Amboseli", 2008 - Archival pigment print - Edition of 8 - x Courtesy Hasted Kraeutler, New York. On view in "On This Earth, A Shadow Falls" from March until May

How to take photographs while on Safari in Africa | Ker & Downey http://www.ker-downeyafrica.com/blog/how-to-take-photographs-while-on-safari-in-africa/#more-1027

Lioness and cubs. Now try to get to one of Lions or the cubs! She is fully awake and watching you! Lionesses Arise

Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia | © Paul Brehem

Africa Endangered Black Rhino drinking at a waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia © Paul Brehem

Con la elegancia del tigre hace que esta sea una de las fotos más bellas

The Bengal White Tiger - A white tiger. The presence of stripes indicate it is not a true albino. In the wild, Bengal White Tigers are found exclusively within South Asia, notably in India. Although Bengal tigers make up of the world’s wild tiger po

Baby Gorilla.

Nine month old gorilla Monroe plays at the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park. Monroe is the first gorilla to be born at the park in a decade.

#OCEAN #SHAREMYSEA amour, rencontre | www.ShareMySea.fr

Hah the polar bear wants to eat the killer whale. and he could if the whale was stuck. the polar bear would attack it and kill it by biting around its blowhole. And the killer whale wants to eat the polar bear and it would if the bear fell in.

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"Playful Red Fox in Winter" - Levi Mitchell Photography levimitchellphotos (on Etsy) beautiful creature! [Foxes are related to dogs, but belong to a different branch -- are Vulpine rather than canine.

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