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Holy Cow!
She is jacked
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India Vinod Offline
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a cheetah baby setting  new land speed record.
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snow leopards

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dad & son

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a rare Glass-wing butterfly

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piranha & caiman, amazing Amazon.

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these guys are always hungry

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Mandarin duck

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I'm not too sure that I can copy any of this, but it's interesting.
http://www.eaglehunter.co.uk/Vadim_Gorba...bpage.html
 
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Poisonous Automeris moth caterpillar displaying its neon green but venemous spines from Amacayacu National Park Colombia

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Jaguar from Amacayacu National Park Colombia

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Nymphalidae transparent-winged butterfly in a Colombian cloud forest

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Chestnut-fronted Macaw or Severe Macaw (Ara severus) from Amacayacu National Park Colombia

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Brown tree frog (Osteocephalus planiceps) near Puerto Nariño

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Red, black, yellow, and white caterpillar

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Tortoise Beetle

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Woolly monkey

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Red howler monkey from Amacayacu National Park Colombia

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Oxbow lake filled with Amazon water lilies in Colombia

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Brown spider

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Nest of Tetragonisca angustula stingless bees

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Headshot of a rainbow skin

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Pair of "rainbow" grasshoppers

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India sanjay Offline
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Male Lion climbing the nearest tree to escape a herd of buffalo about to kill him. This took place at Little Governors camp in the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.

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According to source: The Lion couldn't climb higher than that...Eventually the buffalo moved away and he made his escape.

Credit to: Jackson Inganji via Guides & Rangers
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2 kudus males animals fight to the death for a female. They Mingled their big horn so badly that one broke his spine and the other could then not unlock itself. Photo is from Abu Camp in the Okavango delta, Botswana.

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Photo credit to: Nic Proust
 
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An Incredible Image of Crocodile, Hippo and Wildebeest. Hippo and a crocodile fight over a wildebeest.

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That was a Londolozi article (Sabi Sands).

Poor wildbeest. Her calf was watching the whole thing.

 
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( This post was last modified: 06-12-2015, 08:14 PM by sanjay )

Hippo mother chase away a crocodile to protect her cub (not in frame) from any potential danger

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Photo credit to Ken Haley
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This is beautiful image of 2 grizzly bear (Am I correct ?) playing, taken by wildlife photographer Kari Kemppainen

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An enormous crocodile grabbed this baby hippo on the rive bank, Mara River, Kenya

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photo courtesy of Harrison Nampaso
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Africa's Fishing Leopards. An incredible series of shots taken by Abel Cuelho on an Earth Ark Safaris trip from Botswana's Savuti Channel. A few leopards have learnt the art of catching fish in the drying river. In fact the story had been well documented by the Natural History Film Unit which has released a great documentary on BBC about these cats, focusing on a female leopard who adapted to the changing conditions and taught her cubs to fish.

The leopard catches the fish from the drying river

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Leopardess dive to catch the fish

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This is why leopard are one of the most successful and best predator on earth

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All photos credit to: Abel Cuelho
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Lion Whisperer, Kevin Richardson

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By sitting in a stream and delicately submerging his camera, Edwin Giesbers managed to photograph a crested newt from beneath the surface as it stopped suspended in the water, surrounded by shadowy trees. (Edwin Giesbers / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015)

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The overall winner of the competition was Canadian photographer Don Gutoski. The judges were moved by his picture of a red fox clutching a lifeless arctic fox in a rare example of the two larger of the two foxes hunting its smaller cousin. The picture was taken in the far north of Canada, where global warming has forced the two species to live in the same areas and compete for the same prey. (Don Gutoski / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015)

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A massive Bryde's whale rips through a shoal of sardines in the picture that won the Underwater category. The whales can eat hundreds of fish in one bite, and the feeding frenzy was captured by photographer Michael AW during the annual sardine run, when billions of sardines migrate along South Africa's Wild Coast. (Michael AW / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015)

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We have had a gala opening of Cheetah's last evening, followed by a lovely Leopard and her 4 month old cubs this morning along with a Lion pride feasting on a Hippo carcass. The icing on the cake has been the Cheetah hunt we witnessed last evening and while I type this post most of my clients are drooling over their catch.

This picture was shot in Samburu where a Leopard was resting on a tree while it was pouring heavily. Meanwhile a Reticulated Giraffe came closer to check out the predator and after nearing five feet, it ran away but not before I clicked this picture.

I know most of you are setting up for the gala evening tonight, while we will toast to a fabulous year that has ended with a bang for us. Wish you all a great celebration tonight.

Leopard and Giraffe
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Photo credit to: Jayanth Sharma
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