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A special penguin 🐧 ⁣ This ghostly gentoo penguin, was spotted in Antarctica by photographer Rachel Wood. A gene mutation, known as leucism, prevents any melanin from being found in the penguin's feathers and therefore black feathers do not grow. by Rachel Wood
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BBC Earth Nov 22
I hereby dub thee...⁣ ⁣ Lion cubs stay with their mothers for the first two years of their life. She'll teach them how to successfully hunt and survive but they'll also develop vital skills through play with their siblings. by Bella Londres
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BBC Earth Nov 25
Travelling in style 😍⁣ ⁣ Common mergansers have been known to form crèches, with females being observed taking care of over seventy ducklings at a time! by Libor Vaicenbacher
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BBC Earth Nov 27
The perfect bodyguard...⁣ ⁣ European ground squirrels feed on grasses, seeds, insects and occasionally bird eggs. When threatened, they'll produce an alarm call causing all other squirrels in the area to head for cover.⁣ by Anne Lindner
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BBC Earth Nov 24
Batman wishes this robin was his sidekick!⁣ ⁣ The famous red breast of a robin actually starts off as brown, only changing colour after their first moult. Male robins use their colourful chests to settle mating and territorial disputes. by PunkWildlife⁣
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Mrudul Godbole Nov 19
Bulbul, a commonly sighted bird. Loved the crest and the flowers framing it. 'Happy Weekend' to all :).
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Pond man Nov 22
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James Abbott Nov 20
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Lorraine Addy Nov 25
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Lorraine Addy Nov 22
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Tommy Andersson Nov 22
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BBC Earth Nov 26
Hook, line and sinker Every year, grizzly bear families in North America depend on a spectacular natural event. Millions of salmon from the Pacific Ocean return to the mountain streams where they were born. The bears just need to sit and wait... by Thomas Vijayan
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Sabu Habib Nov 21
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Sabu Habib Nov 19
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Mo in Scotland & Iceland Nov 23
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James WildlifeWorld Nov 24
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James WildlifeWorld Nov 21
Short Eared Owls are understandably popular at the moment! 🦉 Two things: 1) if only that was the moon at the end of the path 🌝 2) Dilshan, you could have smiled 😀
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Neil Phillips Nov 23
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James WildlifeWorld Nov 20
Kestrels from back in the summer. Ahhhhh leaves on the trees and blue skies!😀
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Ratish Nair Nov 19
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