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Early Morning Safaris in Winter are Truely awesome and adventurous, you have a chance ki click the beast before sunrise in low light
In Frame " Asiatic Lion "
Panthera leo persica
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: Rusa tutul/Chital/Axis axis. #mammals #animalplanet


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The star-nosed mole (condylura cristata) is a tiny mole found in wet lowland areas in the north eastern part of the United States and south eastern Canada. The star nosed mole is really small weighing up to 2 ounces and only being 5 inches as an adult. These moles only live to about 3-4 years old in the wild. This animal has arguably one of the most fantastic noses in the animal kingdom. Surrounded by darkness, this mole’s nose is all it has. Practically blind and deaf, its nose is used like a superpower. This mole gets its name from the 22 feelers that surround its nose. Each appendage is covered twenty five thousand sensory receptors, called eimers organs. The star nosed mole hunts worms, small insects, and even fish! These guys an eat faster than any other mammal on earth! This animal is able to find an object and identify it as food and eat it in less than two-tenths of a second! Unlike any other of the 39 species of mole, the star-nosed mole is the only that is considered semi-aquatic. They make their home near swamps and marshes, and are considered excellent swimmers. They are also the only known mammal to be able to smell underwater. They’re able to accomplish this feat by blowing bubbles towards an object, and then inhaling that same air bubble to attain their scent.

Comment an animal that I should do next🗣

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This little guy swam right up to the dock to say hello 👋 #harbourseal #seals #seal #mammals #waterdog


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“Creating A Ripple Effect”.....There are two types of ripples in the rivers of North Queensland. The contrast between the two is huge with one providing fear and the other joy. On the one hand there are the crocodiles that inhabit the waters and then on the other hand there are the very cute Platypus’ that always bring a smile to my face. I know which one I’d prefer when I’m on the water’s edge.
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The total number of dolphins taken captive and those slaughtered during the 2018/19 drive season in Taiji, Japan. This just breaks my heart. The dolphin captivity industry is to blame for these hunts! I will NEVER stop being a voice for the dolphins that are slaughtered and captured during these hunts and the dolphins and whales that are held in captivity all over the world. If you want this to stop then DON'T buy a ticket to a dolphin show or go to any facility that holds captive dolphins. This needs to end! • #dolphins #animals #mammals #news #cove #thecove #taiji #japan #asia #japanese #dolphinhunt #dontbuyaticket #photo #pleaseshare #likeforlikes #like4like #follow (using the like for likes hashtags for more views/awareness)


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The total number of dolphins taken captive and those slaughtered during the 2018/19 drive season in Taiji, Japan. This just breaks my heart. The dolphin captivity industry is to blame for these hunts! I will NEVER stop being a voice for the dolphins that are slaughtered and captured during these hunts and the dolphins and whales that are held in captivity all over the world. If you want this to stop then DON'T buy a ticket to a dolphin show or go to any facility that holds captive dolphins. This needs to end! • #dolphins #animals #mammals #news #cove #thecove #taiji #japan #asia #japanese #dolphinhunt #dontbuyaticket #photo #pleaseshare #likeforlikes #like4like #follow (using the like for likes hashtags for more views/awareness)


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Geoffroy's Tamarin

Medium sized monkey with an interesting appearance. The triangular white patch above the forehead is a charactersitic feature.
#wildlife #monkey #mammals #neotropical #centralamerica #panama #shotoncanon #1DX2


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Red fox at sunset portrait.
Going through some old images from the archives, many made pre- social media days (Gasp 😨 ) and have never seen the light of day.
May as well share them now! :
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# animalsofinstagram
#garymurrayphotography
#mammals
#naturephotography @ExploreCanada
@parks.canada
#sharecangeo
#natgeocreative
#picoftheday
#princeedwardisland
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Did I mention I brought Janet and Magnolia.
Since Bailey couldnt come I needed to bring SOMEONE lol.
So Maggy gets to come because she's the only snake not affected by breeding season or ate yesterday (we fed the babies).
And Janet gets to come because I want her to get used to being taken places (like everyone else is), so she won't stress during moves and when she comes places to get shown off.

Also BlackBerry who is slightly older than Maggy is trying to get in on the breeding season, but she's not going to till next year because she is not at the optimal health for it.
The rule of thumb (for cornsnakes) when breeding is 3 feet, 3 years old, and 300 grams.
It's so the female doesnt get hurt laying the eggs.
If she is too small (or young) she could become egg bound and then the mother (and eggs) are in danger of dieing.
Never try to help the female when she is egg bound unless you know she is why bound and have a safe way of doing it, because she could stop the laying process and that could also be dangerous because it makes the chances of becoming egg bound higher.

And if it is your first time helping an egg bound snake I would suggest bringing her to the nearest vet or someone that has done it before (make sure to ask their method to make sure it's safe for everyone involved)

Also, just realised how long all my captions are so I think I'm just gonna make stories with the info in it so 1 its easier to find and 2 you guys dont have to read through these super long paragraphs.


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Australia's #marine #environment is home to 4000 #fish species, 500 #coral species in the northern reefs alone and 50 types of marine #mammals. An estimated 80% of marine species in Southern Australian #waters occur nowhere else. Follow #Rootank for more! http://ow.ly/7Z4050nKtGK


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