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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

The Best Biology Photos of the Year | WIRED

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The pistol shrimp competes with much larger animals like the Sperm Whale and Beluga Whale for the title of ‘loudest animal in the sea’. It is distinctive for its disproportionately large claw, (larger than half the shrimp’s body) which does not have pincers at the end. A joint allows the “hammer” part to move backward into a cocking position like a gun. When released, it snaps into the other part of the claw, creating a cavitation bubble capable of stunning fish and breaking small glass jars.

Gouldian finch chicks are equipped with blue phosphorescent beads along their mouths, making it easy for the parents to feed them in the darkness of the nest cavity