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N 191 B 6.8K C 42 E Aug 20, 2011 F Sep 13, 2011
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A giraffe silhouetted by the rising sun. Masai Mara, Kenya.

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Tags:   giraffe silhouette masai mara kenya sun africa safari

N 60 B 11.1K C 11 E Apr 14, 2011 F Oct 24, 2011
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A wild giant panda in China’s remote mountains. For more photos and some incredible video footage of my encounter with this panda, take a look at my latest blog post: Giant Panda Tracking

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Tags:   giant panda giant panda wild china wildlife mountains Qinling

N 67 B 10.4K C 14 E Apr 7, 2011 F Jun 27, 2011
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A large Komodo dragon eyes the camera menacingly! I took this photograph using a contraption called “KomodoCam”.

As a one-off special, we have made this image available as a free high-resolution desktop background which you can download from our facebook page!

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Tags:   komodo dragon dragon wide-angle indonesia komodocam wildlife lizard monitor saliva

N 83 B 22.8K C 25 E Nov 19, 2011 F Dec 21, 2011
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A young male Ethiopian wolf surveys the frosty landscape at dawn. I hope this photo gives you a sense of just how regal and beautiful these animals are.

For more information about this project, checkout our website: Ethiopian Wolf Project

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Tags:   Ethiopian Wolf wolf wildlife ethiopia

N 102 B 9.5K C 29 E Jun 3, 2011 F Jun 7, 2011
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This is a gorgeous little Eyelash pit viper that I found on my recent trip to Costa Rica. In this shot you can clearly see one of its heat sensitive pits between the eye and nose. These pits give the viper a sixth sense which it uses to detect warm-blooded prey. A snake like this can deliver a potentially lethal dose of venom through its large, hypodermic needle-like fangs that are kept folded back against the roof of its mouth. Needless to say, when taking this shot I was careful not to let my warm-blooded fingers get within striking range!

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Tags:   snake viper pit viper eyelash pit viper yellow costa rica


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