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All creatures great & small...

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Elephant at sunset ~ Mara Triangle, Maasai National Reserve, Kenya, Africa

Picture: David Lloyd / Barcroft Media From Elephants trumpeting into the bush to thousands of wildebeest performing their epic crossing of the Mara River these stunning black and white shots are the result of one manís four-year love affair with Africa.

fruit bat in flight

The Black Hat Society

earthyday:Dolphins x Christian Miller by

Eyes Water

Eyes Water by Eric Esterle | 500px

Amazing shot - awesome power

Cats don't like water!

Peek a boo pelican


Dinosaurs and Friends • sandylamu: Serengeti crocodile Paul Coleman

Green Turtle eating Jellyfish – Dimakya Island, Philippines

Green Sea Turtle eating Jellyfish – Dimakya, Philippines

Green Sea Turtle – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

sea lion close-up

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Photo Contest

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Photo Contest

“Every morning in Africa, a Gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a Lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest Gazelle or it will starve to death. It doesn't matter whether you are a Lion or a Gazelle... when the sun comes up, you'd better be running.”

David Lloyd/Barcroft Media. A lion embraces the wind. Wild things: Stunning black and white pictures of animals in Africa.

“Look, Simba. Everything the light touches is our kingdom.”

Whale, South Africa

Robben Island


An Interview with Wildlife Photographer Andy Biggs - The Andrew S. Gibson photography blog



There are only about 6,000 humpback whales left in the oceans.