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BBC Earth 1h
Big bird! 😍 Measuring 5cm across, the ostrich has the largest eye of any land mammal. Their eyes are even bigger than their own brain! These birds can grow close to 3m tall with their legs making up the majority of this height. by Matthew Mclachlan
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BBC Earth Sep 13
"The view from up here is insane!" 🤯 The harvest mouse has an extraordinary tail! Known as a prehensile tail, it allows them to use it like a fifth limb and aids in climbing grass stems or plants. by Warren Price
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BBC Earth Sep 15
Moments with mum 🥰⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ As birth approaches, the pregnant lioness will leave the pride to keep the cubs safe. When they are around 2-3 months old, they'll be introduced back into the pride where they'll be taught to hunt. by Nisha Purushothaman
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johnhodgesphotography 1h
Indian River Tern - Sterna aurantia - this beauty flew above us on the with a stick, dropping & catching several times, he was just having fun it seemed
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BBC Earth 22h
This will make you double take! 🦆⁣ ⁣ Meet the comb duck. These birds are found in sub-Saharan Africa, Madagascar and south Asia. The "comb" appears only on male ducks and becomes particularly prominent during breeding season.⁣ by Walking Lens Photography⁣
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Ashwin Deshpande 6h
A female Western Marsh Harrier. The only harrier which can terrorize the marshlands and can even kill a large duck.
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Nayan & Vaishali 20h
993/1000 The Japanese Macaque . . SAVE NATURE SAVE EARTH
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Romit B Sep 18
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Steve Mattheis 17h
Who else could use a big bear hug today? Not an actual hug from a bear but you know what I mean. . #610
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Nayan & Vaishali Sep 16
990/1000 The Dhole 10 more artworks to go for 1000 . . SAVE NATURE SAVE EARTH
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Ramachandiran Govindaraj Sep 17
You only see the half part of the story. There’s a whole other side of him.
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BBC Earth Sep 19
When you stub your toe!⁣ ⁣ The red deer rut usually occurs between late September and November. Rival stags compete through various displays of dominance such as roaring, parallel walking, posturing and fighting. by Casper Krohn
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Nicolas Rakotopare 6h
Tooth-billed Bowerbird and his display court 💚.
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Daniel Hauck 19h
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Oh hey there! 👋⁣ ⁣ Their scientific name, Halichoerus grypus, means means hook-nosed sea pig. To us, they're known as grey seals, the largest of two UK seal species. Around half the population of grey seals can be found around British coasts.⁣ by Lee Myers
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