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Royal Ontario Museum Dec 7
Starting December 16th, see the world's best wildlife photography in our exhibition!
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Sean McCann 30 Jan 17
It is early evening. Do you know where your parasitic bees are at?
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Sean McCann 30 Jan 17
If I have seen further, it is only because I have awesome eyes. If I have jumped higher, duh, I am a jumping spider
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Royal Ontario Museum Mar 12
It is the final week to see the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition!
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Sean McCann 30 Jan 17
A Tibellus mother with her wonderful clutch of eggs
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Thomas Cullen 18 Jan 17
As animals aren't the only form of wildlife, here's arctic cottongrass (Eriophorum callitrix) from our Horton River, NWT fieldwork
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Nancy Gray Feb 10
So many beautiful and moving images at the ROM Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit. Heartbreaking images of palm oil deforestation and elephants, rhino horn poaching, hunted black macaques and water pollution. 😥🌍
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David Coulson 23 Jan 17
A moment in time, as a cardinal flies through the thicket at Sedgewick Forest.
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Errol Nazareth Mar 2
After checking out the stunning Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit , spent some time in the museum's South Asia gallery.
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Thomas Cullen 18 Jan 17
Early morning flyby by an antarctic shag (Phalacrocorax bransfieldensis) among the ice floes off Seymour Island, Antarctica
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Royal Ontario Museum Jan 3
Finalist: "Arctic treasure" Sergey Gorshkov, Russia In late May, 250,000 snow geese arrive on Wrangel Island – the world’s largest breeding colony. Arctic foxes take advantage of the feast, stealing eggs & caching them for leaner times.
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Royal Ontario Museum 15 Feb 17
Want to see the BEST wildlife photography on the planet? Hurry, the exhibition closes on March 19th!
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Ben Gustafson 22 Jan 17
ROM Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest submission "Red Starfish"
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David Coulson 29 Jan 17
What eyes! A darner's compound eyes are one of the largest of all insects & can detect colour, UV light & movement
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Christopher Kennedy Mar 17
It’s the final weekend of Wildlife Photographer of the Year closes tomorrow - Mar 18
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Royal Ontario Museum Mar 17
Our Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition closes tomorrow!
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Royal Ontario Museum Mar 16
"Head hunter" - Kutub Uddin, Bangladesh/UK Glimpsing movement out of the corner of his eye, Kutub saw this spider pounce on a marmalade hoverfly. The pair jostled in the leaf litter until the spider began its meal – head first. closes March 18th!
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Dave Ireland Mar 3
our own won the inaugural photo contest with this shot - the best of 45 entries. Today we unveil the 2018 winner, the best of 3000+ entries. (stay tuned for at 11am) cc.
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Errol Nazareth Mar 2
Finally made it to to see the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit. These are just two of 100 breathaking and otherworldly images from across the globe. Go see it before it closes March 18th.
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Royal Ontario Museum Jan 16
See the best wildlife photography in the 🌍! is ON NOW!
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