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Elspeth Molony Feb 14
Replying to @ScotWildlife
Scratching rather than snoozing this time 🦊
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Anuj Rawla Mar 27
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Emily Skeels Feb 16
Driving down Highway 1 last month I saw this coyote near Stinson, running along the road
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Michael O'Toole Jr. Mar 7
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Shree Dev Jun 7
Every opinion matters πŸ’™πŸ’šπŸ’™ . . . . . . . Repost πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™ Peafowl's call! πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™ …
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Ganesh Mar 6
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Jaunting Trips Feb 17
Beautiful Shiva temple to enjoy from the on the Hoogly River. * It's the perfect spot to admire this 16m tall, 5 heads, 15 eyes magnificent temple. _______ . . . …
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Jaunting Trips Feb 23
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Akash Gulalia Mar 17
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YoExplore Feb 19
REPOST FROM: .henchey . This was shot shortly after crossing the border to the US. This little fox seemed to be guarding his trash bin, his eyes not moving off of us for even a second. It’s strange to think with beautiful wilderness close by,
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Michael O'Toole Jr. Apr 4
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Jon Nichols Feb 15
The eyes have it. A burrowing owl shot from San Bernardino, Paraguay, that I ran across when looking for contributions to the . The challenge is over, but worth posting the shot anyway. There…
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Brooke Candelaria Jun 22
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Jaunting Trips Feb 16
The ghats of . Full of activity from dusk till dawn. Celebrations, baths, pujas, women washing sarees or kids playing around. * It is a real treat to observe the banks of the river. _______ . . . …
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Smita Nashikkar Feb 16
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Nebb Tom Feb 10
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Nebb Tom Feb 15
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Justin Feb 13
Elk grazing near a busy rail yard in Jasper. natgeoyourshot . . . @ Jasper, Alberta
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Smita Nashikkar Feb 13
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A.I. Trainer Amber Feb 6
3 amazing animals for the ! -Northern flying squirrel moves her 7 babies, one at a time, from a decayed birch log to an oak tree in a moment of panic at our lake home. -Sandhill crane tucks…
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