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DSC_1896. This photo of the famous Cheetah Malaika was taken in the wild in Kenya while on safari with Federico Veronesi! She had an amazing 6 tiny cubs at that time! Africa keeps calling!!

Explore #11 (highest position), 23 August 2019.

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So what do you do when you have hundreds of pictures of the same owlets in this nest? ... a Brady Bunch homage of course. I love how bored they appear. By the way, in yesterday's post you can see another owlet faint in the shadows of the upper right of the nesting hole. Colleyville Nature Center, Texas, USA, May 2019

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An adult Black-tailed Prairie Dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) serves the prairie landscape from the safety of its burrow in Grasslands National Park east of Val Marie, Saskatchewan, Canada.

19 May, 2018.

Slide # GWB_20180519_2007.CR2

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