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BBC Africa

gifmovie:

BBC Africa

travors:

Video

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transperceneige:

Photography from HORSES OF QATAR by Vanessa Von Zitzewitz.

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thelepidopteragirl:

A wonderful infrographic from Eleanor Lutz that depicts some of the most beautiful of North America’s butterflies (please note some are strays into Texas or Florida). Also great for quick id of bright, big butterflies <3. Click the picture to see the fullsize image on Eleanor’s website, they look really good.

thelepidopteragirl:

A wonderful infrographic from Eleanor Lutz that depicts some of the most beautiful of North America’s butterflies (please note some are strays into Texas or Florida). Also great for quick id of bright, big butterflies <3. Click the picture to see the fullsize image on Eleanor’s website, they look really good.

whatthefauna:

Sun bears (Southeast Asia) have extremely long tongues that can reach up to 10 inches in length. They are also quite sticky and are used to extract honey from beehives as well as lap up termites, ants, and other insects.
Image credit: Kristin Hoerter

whatthefauna:

Sun bears (Southeast Asia) have extremely long tongues that can reach up to 10 inches in length. They are also quite sticky and are used to extract honey from beehives as well as lap up termites, ants, and other insects.

Image credit: Kristin Hoerter

(via moreanimalia)

anitamgeorge:

Went on a great #orca watching trip in #pugetsound.  This is a baby orca trying to get to a seal hiding in large bulk seaweed (most of it is under the water).  You can see the seal’s head peaking out of the seaweed.  We spent about an hour watching a pod of #orcas trying to catch two seals.  It looks like they are really close but they just can’t get to them because the seaweed is in the way.  #seattle

anitamgeorge:

Went on a great #orca watching trip in #pugetsound. This is a baby orca trying to get to a seal hiding in large bulk seaweed (most of it is under the water). You can see the seal’s head peaking out of the seaweed. We spent about an hour watching a pod of #orcas trying to catch two seals. It looks like they are really close but they just can’t get to them because the seaweed is in the way. #seattle

(via cetacean-lover)

gifdrome:

Secrets Of Our Living Planet - BBC

gifdrome:

Secrets Of Our Living Planet - BBC

PERMALINK 238 notes  |   #ants   #insects  

ijustlovesharks:

Bronze whaler sharks - Blue Planet s1 e1

(Hey look i can make gifs on my chromebook now)


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