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Lisa Poggioli Sep 16
I is for ! Playing around with some . Happy ⁦⁩ Monday! . Wishing Everyone a wonderful week! A late one for 🦅❤️
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Chani Demuijlder Sep 16
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Alison Rasmussen 👻 🖤 Sep 16
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PaulM Sep 17
Its *already* that time again when the first 9 will fit on one page. Ready for the next 9 ☺️
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Selia Leic Sep 17
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Helen Farhan Sep 18
It’s my first 9 birds ⁦ (Can’t believe we’re up to number 10 already!!
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AnaOrid3 Sep 16
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Ian Bossons Sep 17
Here are my first nine images for the series!
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Bettie  Boswell Sep 17
late for smoke. golden pheasant and Hoatzin bird...a little late, too.
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Kirsten Sneath Sep 16
Here is my I for Inca Tern for this week's Hope everyone has a great week!
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Chris Embleton-Hall Illustration Sep 17
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Animal Alphabets Sep 17
Next up J is for Jamaican Tody, beautiful illo thanks to ( instagram, ) Post Monday 7.30pm BST with also be sure to tag us on so we don't miss your posts, thanks all! :)
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Belette Le Pink Sep 16
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PaulM Sep 15
A is for , an endangered animal with roughly 50,000 individuals only.
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Helen Farhan Sep 16
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Hitch Sep 14
Replying to @AnimalAlphabets
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Suzanne Tamberrino Sep 16
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Tony Bayer Sep 16
It's an Inca thing...you wouldn't understand Inca Tern #bird#cartoon
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Ruth Sep 16
Omg soooo cute Lisa.... Loving your little
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Rob Bounds 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 16
The length of an Inca tern’s moustache indicates its health, with healthier birds having longer moustaches. Research shows birds with longer moustaches are more attracted to one another & produce larger chicks with better immune responses
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