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Giraffes & Other Animals
Giraffes & Other Animals
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Red Colors, Nudibranch, Bright Red, Sea Slug
Starfish of bright red color
Unique Animals, Blue Worms, Colors Earthworm, Bugs, Australian Worms, Australian Animal, Blue Earthworm, Aussie Animals, Mothers Natural
Is this a weird undiscovered worm ? Looks more likely to me a newly discovered millipede , know they come in strange colours to show poisonous to eat to deter birds etc from pecking away , nature is so diverse that more undiscovered species become extinct than get categorised , Mother Nature is so mega fascinating in so many ways ✔️
The blue earthworm. Found only in the Eastern Hemisphere.
˚Candy Colored Earthworm
It isn't enough to be slimy, wriggly, and huge, but this Australian worm is BLUE and makes grunting noises.
Beautiful Butterflies, Insects Photography, Butterflies Gardens, Butterflies Galor, Swallowtail Butterflies, Beautiful Insects, Butterflies Wings, Monarch Butterflies, Monarch Butterfly
macro insect photography - Google Search
Papilio xuthus —swallowtail butterfly
dragonfly in a rainstorm
The National, Arrows, National Geographic Photo, Islands, Dragon Flying, Dragonfly, Macros Photography, Rain, Animal
Dragon fly rain - Butterflies Wallpaper ID 1530871 - Desktop Nexus Animals
Woooow. Dragonfly in a sudden rain shower. Winner of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2011. Photo by Shikhei Goh, taken in Batam, Riau Islands, Indonesia.
Dragonfly, Indonesia Photograph by Shikhei Goh This Month in Photo of the Day: 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest Images Arrows of rain seem to pelt a dragonfly in Indonesia's Riau Islands. To capture the photo, photographer Shikhei Goh took advantage of “superb lighting” and a friend spraying water on the dragonfly to simulate rain. Editors’ Note, January 12, 2012: This caption has been edited to accurately reflect how Goh took the picture. The original caption said that Goh had taken the picture in a sudden rainstorm, which he has done in previous occasions—but not for this photograph.
Dragonfly macro photography. Photograph by Shikhei Goh. Hanging on for dear life!
Photo and caption by Shikhei Goh Arrows of rain seem to pelt a dragonfly in Indonesia's Riau Islands in Shikhei Goh's winning image, "Splashing." A sudden rainstorm left Goh with a tough decision: Get his camera wet, or take advantage of the "superb lighting," he wrote with his submission to the 2011 National Geographic Photography Contest. He took the picture, resulting in a "very striking macrophotography image that rose to the top of the nature category for me because of its originality, beautiful light, rare action in a close-up image, as well as its technical perfection," said Tim Laman, one of three National Geographic magazine photographers who judged the contest. "You can almost feel the dragonfly's experience of bracing itself against the weather," said judge Amy Toensing. "When I look at it, I want to say, Hold on tight little buddy!" The insect's plight also appealed to judge Peter Essick, who said the photograph gives the dragonfly a "character us humans can relate to." "It's rare indeed to see a photograph that causes the viewer to feel a bond with a member of the animal world seemingly," Essick said, "but maybe not, so unlike our own." photo location Batam, Riau Islands, Indonesia
Beautiful Photo, Friday Mornings, Animal Silhouette Photography, Mornings Photographers, Sunrises Friday, Full Moon, Favorite Silhouette, Photographers Prints, Sunri Friday
A Bird is Silhouetted against a Full Moon Before Sunrise Friday Morning Photographic Print at Art.co.uk
Oceanic Whitetip Shark, Bahamas
Animal Photo, National Geographic, The Ocean, Brianskerri, Brian Skerri, Underwater Photography, Ocean Whitetip, Whitetip Sharks, The Bahama
Oceanic Whitetip Shark, Bahamas Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic An oceanic whitetip shark and diver in the Bahamas.
*Uh-Oh!* Diving with the oceanic whitetip shark, Bahamas. http://tgr.ph/eDvMie
20 Awesome Animal Photos
Best of Humans Underwater Photography - One Big Photo
#ShareIG Whitetip Shark and the diver | Photography by ©Brian Skerry (@brianskerry) for National Geographic (@natgeo)
Photo of the Day - Best Photos of 2011 - Photo Gallery - National Geographic
Long Legs, Animal Pictures, Animal Baby, Fountain, Favorite Animal, Baby Animal, Drinking Water, Giraffes, Drinks Water
giraffe animal pictures - Google Search
My favorite #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals
Rare sight: Giraffe drinking water!
Hey I get it.....I have long legs too ;)
My favorite animal
what I feel like when I get water at the water fountain
Laughing, Leap Frogs, Funnies, Things, Funny Animal, Leap Giraffes, Plays Leapfrog, Giraffes Leap, Giraffes Plays
Giraffe leap frog!!
they do funny things
This just makes me laugh... Giraffes playing leap frog
funny animal pictures
Giraffes play leapfrog when we're not looking...hehehe
Leap frog? Why not leap giraffe? It could be a whole new thing!
Giraffes playing leap frog (leap giraffe?)
Green Frogs, Feelings Froggy, Joel Sartor, Monkey Frogreal, Phyllomedusa Sauvagii, Waxi Frogs, Animal, Monkey Frogs, Waxi Monkey
The Vanishing: Amphibian Extinction by Joel Sartore - A waxy monkey frog (Phyllomedusa sauvagii) at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure.
A waxy frog, Phyllomedusa sauvagii
Sea Stars, Seastar, Hold Hands, Sea Life, Purple, Animal Photography, National Geographic, Blue Starfish, British Columbia
Love sea life!
blue starfish - holding hands
sea stars holding hands? too perfect.
Purple sea stars and eelgrass flourish in the waters off the coast of British Columbia. Via National Geographic Purple=love
Amazing Animal Photography - Sea Stars, British Columbia by Thomas P. Peschak
Kermod Bears, Paul Nicklen, Polar Bears, Animal Photography, National Geographic, Wonder World, Crabs Apples, Spirit Bears, British Columbia
"No, I'm not a lost polar bear." kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia by Paul Nicklen
Kermode “Spirit” bear in a British Columbia forest by Paul Nicklen for National Geographic
Jim Willits' Pinterest - What a Wonderful World
Kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic A mother of two cubs climbs a Pacific crab apple tree to grab its tart and tiny fruit. In years when autumn salmon numbers are low, the bears must find other food, such as wild berries, lupine roots, and mussels.
Kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia by Paul Nicklen Amazing Animal Photography
Wild Cat, Big Cat, Beautiful Animal, For Kids, Google Search, Siberian Tigers, Wallpapers, Panthera Tigri, Bigcat
cool wallpapers - Google Search
Siberian Tigers -is the largest big cat in the world, weighing up to 300 kilograms (660 pounds)
siberian tiger. lets make sure we never lose such a beautiful animal
Coming in fourth place on the list is the Siberian tiger. The Siberian Tiger’s population is currently about 500. In the nineteenth century three tiger species went extinct, the Bali, Caspian and Javan Tigers. The Siberian Tiger is predicted to go extinct by 2050 if no effective action is taken. Tigers are the largest of all wild cats and are renowned for their power and strength. There were once eight tiger subspecies, but three became extinct during the 20th century.
Awesome Animal, Nationalgeograph Animal, Animal Photography, Beautés Animales, Geographic Photo
#nationalgeographic #Animals #Photography
national geographic photos
Big Cat, Cheetahs, Nick Brandt, Black White, Trees, Nature Photography, Nickbrandt, Africa, Animal
Nick Brandt .....didn't even see the big cat in the picture at first. Ha!
Nick Brandt started photographing in December 2000 in East Africa. Shooting animals like Elephants, Cheetahs, Rhinos, and other animals of Africa is his signature subject matter and style. An acacia tree @Acacia casey :-)
amazing africa in black and white #black #white #photography #iloveit
Cheetah in a tree. Outstanding nature photography by Nick Brandt.
Baby Fish, David Doubilet, Animal Photography, National Geographic, Inspiration Photography, Tomatoes Clownfish, Underwater Photography, Coral Reefs, Cutest Animal
Tomato Clownfish Underwater Photography
Amazing Animal Photography, Tomato Clownfish by David Doubilet
Mother fish looking after her baby fish ♡
The amazing world : National Geographic POD, March 2010 - Tomato Clownfish tends his field of developing eggs Photos 7
ReefStudy.com - Coral Reef, SPS Corals, Hawaii, Clownfish
Animal Pics, Mosquitoes Hawks, National Geographic, Devil Darn Needle, Skeeter Hawks, Happy Pictures, Dragon Flying, Sewing Needle, Dragonfly
Nose Dive! National Geographic - Dragonflies
dragon fly - National Geographic
Diy Ideas, Pandas Bears, Oso Pandas, Wall Murals, Ailuropoda Melanoleuca, Pandabear, Coon Bears, Giant Pandas, Animal
Eating Panda Wallpaper Murals Ideas - Best Wall Murals - Best Wall ...
Panda #wild #animals
Cute Sun Bear | polar bear brown bear black bear giant panda bear
DIY Ideas 4 Panda Costume
De Pesca, Great White Sharks, Sun Ray, Sharks Underwater, Sharks Desktop, Sharks Attack, Sharks Photo, Sharks Pictures, Greatwhitesharkjpg 1024768
Fotos de pesca submarina - DeportesX
Photo: Sun rays light the path of a great white shark
Wild Animal, Animal Pictures, Charging Rhinos, Animal Photo, Wildlife Animal, Google Search, Rhinoceros Charging, Africans Animal, Black Rhinoceros
Black Rhinoceros Charging, Etosha National Park, Namibia - Free Nature Pictures
Animal Picture Rhino Running Wild And Mad HD Wallpaper | Animal ...
african animals - Google Search
. #wild #animals
running rhino #rhino #wildlife #animals #wildlife
Whales Watches, Buckets Lists, National Geographic, The Ocean, Scubas Diving, Brian Skerri, Underwater Photography, Into The Blue, Beautiful Creatures
Ocean Soul: A Magical Day with a Right Whale. National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry describes a magical but risky experience photographing an enormous right whale. With his new book, Ocean Soul, Brian showcases his stunning photography and describes his adventurous life in a gripping portrait of the ocean as a place of beauty and mystery, a place in trouble, and a place of hope.
This is why I'm here. This is what my life is supposed to be for<3 underwater photography <3
I am terrified of scuba diving but an experience like this might make it worth it ... Southern Right Whale, New Zealand. Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic.
Into the blue.....
Bucket list FOR SURE