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Rock & Tattoo Lady Sep 18
Perfect loopsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜πŸ¦ŽπŸ˜‰πŸΎπŸ˜˜ Good Morning Tw-Friends and all ! Happy and Funny Wednesday to all ! πŸ˜€βœŒοΈπŸ˜ŒπŸ€πŸ
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DebN Sep 18
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Christopher Sep 18
A rare sighting of a female Rakiura tokoeka kiwi walking the Rakiura Track in front of some lucky hikers in the Rakiura National Park in New Zealand, via Stewart Island Kiwi πŸŽ₯ ✳ ✴ *️⃣
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Through the Lens Sep 18
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rachel (library cormorant) β“‹ Sep 18
Was also happy to get some photos of these semipalmated sandpipers yesterday at Inwood Hill Park. They're dainty and so adorable in the mud. Quite small too - I almost missed them!
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Anil Kumble Sep 18
The beautiful Grey Francolin, clicked in , .
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Born Free USA Sep 18
"The scent of the woods, cool and fern-green, or smelling of damp leaf-soaked earth... This is the kind of inheritance we should leave our children." - Virginia McKenna OBE, Co-founder of Born Free and star of the iconic "Born Free" film.
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Jeff Hunking "It's Just My Nature" Photography Sep 18
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Biking 4 Britain’s Wildlife Sep 18
What a stunning day to enjoy the countryside
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martin_p Sep 18
Good Evening Dear Patricia ! πŸ€πŸ’–πŸƒπŸŒΉπŸŒ»πŸ¦‹ Funny !
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Friends Of Easter Craiglockhart Hill Sep 18
On here is a brilliant capture by Scott Cee of a cheeky Tufted Duck sticking it's tongue out! 😝
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David Harrison Sep 18
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Christopher Sep 18
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The Weather Network Sep 18
That moment when the baby bunnies start blooming in your flower pot 🐰🌷🐰
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NYC Parks Sep 18
The fall equinox is coming up on Sept. 23, meaning the nights will start growing longer β€” much to the joy of local opossums, raccoons, and skunks. Remember: while these wildlife species prefer the nightlife, they do come out during the day, even when healthy.
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Science Channel Sep 18
Lurking in the swamps of the Sudan, slowly stalking its prey, is an ominous predator. 🌾 While shadowing its target the Shoebill often remains motionless, awaiting the opportunity to unleash a quick, but violent strike. πŸ¦… 🌍
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Iron Horse Trail AB Sep 18
Did you know that moose can run up to 56kms/hour? They are excellent swimmers, lose their antlers once a year and are taller than horses! The piece of skin that hangs from their chin is called a "bell".
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Bongani Mountain Sep 18
🐾🦁~ Today we share some interesting facts about the amazing and powerful lions.
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Peter Pappas Sep 18
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SavetheHellfire Sep 17
Replying to @RobGMacfarlane
Just spotted this amazing shot of jays by Stephen Walsh on Native Irish Wildbirds and Animals Group on Facebook!
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