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Somerset Girl (Chris) 15h
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Erlijn van Genuchten, PhD 12h
🌍🌱Day 350: When I moved to , I immediately started exploring the area and found out that I'm living in a beautiful country. This also made me realize that I don't have to fly to the other side of the globe to find a wonderful such as this one.
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BBC Earth Jul 26
Plotting world domination or just thinking about dinner?⁣ Plant foods make up the majority of a black bear's diet, but they have been known to venture into rural areas to eat human food.⁣ by Jennifer Hadley
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Tommy Andersson Aug 2
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JustAdventuresPanama 14h
Black-and-white Warblers have an unusually long hind toe and claw on each foot. This adaptation allows them to move securely on the surface of tree bark. More facts
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MRX Aug 2
RT punecamera: DARK CLOUDS The evening time click this moment clouds are looking for a the dark scape. (Created with snapseed) …
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Jude@green 8h
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Erlijn van Genuchten, PhD Aug 2
🌍🌱Day 349: I'll probably never stop being impressed by the things I see when enjoying . On yesterday's walk, this was moving forward slowly but steadily; just like me in my . Wow, I've never seen such a big one!
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Jude@green 8h
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Sam Binding Aug 2
Barnhenge . . . One is a washed up wreck... and the other is the remains of the SS Nornen. πŸ˜‚ (sorry Barney) . . . …
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Vinstant Kian 20h
Cute visitor in my layout this morning. Rufous Treepie
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Daniel Hauck Aug 1
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samthebirder Aug 2
The rusty-tailed flycatcher (Ficedula ruficauda) is found in the northern regions of the Indian Subcontinent & some parts of southwest India, as well as pockets of Central Asia including Uzbekistan & Tajikistan
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Mike Griffith Aug 1
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Pond man Jul 31
A successful early morning 'back for breakfast' trip yesterday resulted in this beauty, a male southern emerald - that seemed to think it was a willow emerald, sitting fairly high up in a willow!
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Daniel Hauck 11h
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Lee Frost 10h
(Phidippus regius) matured female. 14 images focus stacked handheld. Nikon D810, Nikon 105mm + Raynox DCR 250, Yongnuo flash, homemade diffuser.
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BBC Earth Aug 1
The hyllus spider is a member of the Salticidae family, also known as jumping spiders. Most jumping spiders are referred to as 'active' hunters, pursuing prey as opposed to lying in wait. by manta.masa (via IG) ⁣
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BBC Earth Aug 2
They see me glidin', they hatin' 🎢⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣One of the larger members of the hornbill family, great hornbills weigh between 2-4kg and have a wingspan of up to 1.5m. by sankha.adhikari ⁣⁣(via IG)
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BBC Earth 20h
"Oh, who lives in a pineapple under the sea? 🎢"....not this wee one.⁣ πŸ¦€β£ Red fiddler crabs are well known for their asymmetrical claws and are semi-terrestrial, often found in muddy marshes and beaches. by souvick.mukherjee.5⁣ (via IG)
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