bear carrying cub in Cades Cove, TN

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beautiful shot. beautiful creatures.

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Mountain Lion - Awesome Shot !

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Kingly Looking Fellow :)

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Orphan Kangaroo and Wombat Are Best Friends

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Wow...what a magnificent creature...

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"Racing Stripes" The King Cheetah has a recessive fur pattern mutation. First discovered in Zimbabwe in 1926, this very rare animal has been seen in the wild only 6 times. About 10K years ago, the population of cheetahs plummeted, perhaps to a single pregnant female worldwide. Modern cheetahs are so genetically similar as to be virtual clones, making this novel coat pattern all the more interesting. Photo by: Steve Jurvetson

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“Delicious!” by Olga Shiropaeva :)

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white tigers

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Synchronized eating. #zebra #zebra #wild #animals #kingdom #nature #photography

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Zebra Love by Bill Davies

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Love!

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Ringtail Cat: Cutest in North America | The Featured Creature: Showcasing Unique and Unusual Wildlife

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Hold my tail! Don't let go of my tail!

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checking the mail

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Black rhinos at sunset-Etosha National Park, Namibia-Michael Sheridan

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elephants

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Amazing shot - awesome power

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The Iberian lynx, brought back from the brink of extinction by a team of dedicated biologists in Spain

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Macaque monkey selfie. Photographer David Slater left his camera unattended at a national park in Indonesia. A rare and endangered crested black macaque monkey found it and became intrigued by her reflection in the lens. She also figured out how to operate the camera, creating this spectacular self-portrait.

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Squirrel with her baby :)

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"please mom"

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