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  • Robin Moore

    Galapagos Islands - blue footed boobies - 2000 and 2002

  • Tina Blue Shoes

    ... where'd you get those blue shoes? -Blue-Footed Booby. Photograph by Tim Laman via National Geographic. These distinctive webbed feet belong to a blue-footed booby of the Galápagos Islands. The bluer, the better: Courting males show off with a high-stepping strut—and those with brighter feet are more attractive to potential mates.

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    blue photography | Life in Color: Blue, Blue Pictures -- National Geographic

  • N. Sewell

    Gorgeous Blue Footed Booby Bird

  • Pia DelRosario

    One of my fave photos ever. Blue footed booby in National Geographic.

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