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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Monkey selfie... Photographer David Slater left his camera unattended for a bit at a national park in Indonesia. Soon a crested black macaque monkey found it and became intrigued by her reflection in the lens. Somehow 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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