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#brazil #indian #smile is all about color's!
Inspiração criação da marca Zuma Design - www.zumadesign.com.br Smile ♥www.jsimens.com -helping families worldwide
A Lovely Brazilian Smile Pudge - 8:27am wed 02-sep-2015 ks
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Belize Rainforest | Animals: Jaguar Belize, desktop wallpaper nr. 14417
#jaguar o #pantheraonca en la biósfera #maya
(Go Go Sadie) Joel the Jaguar (Panthera onca) The scientific name for jaguar, Panthera onca, means "hunter" and "hook" or "barb." This refers to their stealth and their formidable claws. The South American native word for jaguar, yaguara, means "animal that kills in a single bound." Jaguars are considered one of the fastest animals on Earth! Jaguars weigh 200-250 pounds with a body length of 5-7 feet. Besides Guatemala and Belize, Costa Rica has one of the highest Jaguar populations in the world. The Jaguar is the 3rd largest feline after the tiger and lion. The jaguar is the only big cat that does not roar. Jaguars can live up to 25 years in captivity. In the wild the jaguar’s average lifespan is between 12-15 years Jaguars mainly live in dense forests, but, have been found in different types of forests and even in open land. No matter where they live, it’s mandatory that the place has water because Jaguars, like other felines, love swimming; Jaguars are excellent swimmers. Like other cats, jaguars have eyes that are adapted for night hunting. One key element is their eyeshine, caused by a mirror-like structure called the tapetum lucidum. The tapetum lucidum in the back of their eye reflects light into the retina, nearly doubling their ability to see. If you have a pet cat or dog, you can see this eyeshine at night. Jaguars see less detail and color in daylight but have better vision at night in low light. A jaguar may go "fishing" by waving its tail over the water to attract hungry fish; The jaguar is an expert at catching fish. Jaguars hunting methods are adventurous and thrilling. They stalk predators! Meaning that they will stalk there food first, ambush with integrity and then will look for the opportunity to attack with fierce speed. Jaguars are known to eat over 85 different animal species, including tapirs, porcupines, birds, fish, lizards, turtles, armadillos, and monkeys. They’ve also been seen to eat an occasional avocado. Jaguars have developed an exceptionally powerful bite with their strong teeth that can even pierce the shell of armored reptiles! They use their powerful jaws to open the shells plus, they bite the scull of their prey delivering a fatal blow to their brain. Jaguars kill with either a bite to the neck or a crushing paw strike. Jaguars are nocturnal predators and are pretty much loners. They are solitary animals that usually only come together to breed. Jaguars can mate at any time of the year. Females give birth to a litter of 2 to 4 cubs after a gestation period of 100 days. Mothers feed their cubs until they are about a year old. Cubs will remain with their mother until the age of 2 years. Females reach sexual maturity between 2 to 3 years and males reach sexual maturity between 3 to 4 years.
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Amazonas Posted by Catalina ochoa u
A vitória-régia ou victória-régia (Victoria amazonica) é uma planta aquática da família das Nymphaeaceae, típica da região amazônica. Ela possui uma grande folha em forma de círculo, que fica sobre a superfície da água, e pode chegar a ter até 2,5 metros de diâmetro e suportar até 40 quilos se forem bem distruibuídos em sua superfície. Brasil
fantastic aerial view
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Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest, near Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas. (Image: Neil Palmer) Inquire is an award-winning magazine of inquisitive journalism & intelligent photography.
Río Amazonas ♥ #Sudamérica
Amazon River - fantastic aerial view #Inspiration #Amazon #Nature #Travel
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Brazil salutes Chico Mendes 25 years after his murder: Tributes to man who campaigned to stop forest clearance in Amazon tempered by resurgent influence of landowners' lobby
Chico Mendes (1944-88): Brazilian rubber tapper, trade union leader, environmentalist, and human rights leader. "At first I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realize I am fighting for humanity." He was killed by a wealthy cattle rancher at his home a week after his 44th birthday, the 19th activist to be slain that year. If they ever make his biopic, they should cast a talented unknown to play Chico.
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Toucan - Fabulous colors #bird
what a beautiful bird!
The beautiful animal kingdom.
Keel-Billed Toucan Swallowing Pieces of Fruit in its Open Mouth (Ramphastos Sulfuratus), Costa Rica - by Gregory Basco
Los froot loops son frutideliciosos!
Baby Amazon Milk Frog in a Tulip!
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Baby Amazon Milk Frog Communing With Nature.
Baby Amazon Milk Frog #animal
@Kathleen DeCosmo ♡❤ #Flowers ❤♡ ♥ ❥ Baby Amazon Milk Frog in a Tulip!
Baby Amazon Milk Frog on pink tulip
man with very large snake, Amazon Rainforest
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The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil | Amazon Rainforest
Reptile - man with very large snake, Amazon Rainforest...
man with very large snake, Amazon Rainforest...snacking all day and STILL not missing any meals!
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Chim Toucan Araçari đầu quăn Nam Mỹ | Curl(y)-crested Araçari (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii)(Ramphastidae) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC) | (Loài ít quan tâm)
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ILO Gender, Equality and Diversity Branch Portal http://www.ilo.org/gender/lang--en/index.htm; Indigenous and Tribal Peoples http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/equality-and-discrimination/indigenous-and-tribal-peoples/lang--en/index.htm; Resource Guide http://www.ilo.org/public/english/support/lib/resource/subject/gender.htm; The Post-2015 Development Agenda http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/post-2015/lang--en/index.htm;
Buttress roots on a ceiba (kapok) tree in the Amazon
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Buttress roots on a ceiba (kapok) tree in the Amazon. Makes my heart skip a beat.
Buttress roots on a ceiba (kapok) tree in the Amazon | via Amazon Aid & WWF International
Buttress roots on a ceiba (kapok) tree in the Amazon. Visit the Amazonia rainforest.
Amazon Kapok Tree
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Xerente | by Claudia Mori. Habitantes de 56 aldeias das Terras Indígenas Xerente e Funil, no Estado do Tocantins. Por volta do século XVII tiveram o primeiro contato com os não índios, com as chegada dos jesuitas e colonizadores.
Indigenous People fishing - Yaulapiti indigenous People -Xingu, Amazon rainforest, Brazil.
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Indigenous People fishing - Yaulapiti indigenous People -Xingu, Amazon rainforest, Brazil
Cultura Indígena: Junho 2010
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Indio da Amazonia
Menina índia Guarani Kaiowa
indio brasileiro - Pesquisa Google
Indinho Um Brasileiro : Fevereiro 2012
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Indigenous people of what is now called Brazil.
Colorful one pager to create hype for an upcoming sporting event combined with a music festival called 'Club Tropicana'. The big images aren't optimized for big screens leaving huge gaps to the left and right. Also seems to be a bug on mobile for the intro logo but I quite like the design consisting of a blend of palms and hockey sticks.
Indigenous Indians of what is now called Brazil. click photo for story #world #cultures
Faces of Brazil - Amazon Indians
Spangled Continga found in the Amazon rainforest