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Drone shot revealing Victoria Falls, water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, Dominica, 2019  -  Derek Galon
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Derek Galon / Drone shot revealing Victoria Falls, water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, Dominica, 2019
Drone shot approaching Victoria Falls after heavy rains, normally water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, after rain it is muddy, Dominica, 2019.  -  Derek Galon
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Derek Galon / Drone shot approaching Victoria Falls after heavy rains, normally water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, after rain it is muddy, Dominica, 2019.
Tribal performers from Hagen at Sing-sing, Mount Hagen Show in Western Highlands Papua New Guinea. Headress contains Papuan Lorikeet birds and King of Saxony plumes. August 2011  -  David Tipling
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David Tipling / Tribal performers from Hagen at Sing-sing, Mount Hagen Show in Western Highlands Papua New Guinea. Headress contains Papuan Lorikeet birds and King of Saxony plumes. August 2011
Photomontage of living gecko feet showing a variety of forms. Gecko feet employ very small subdivided filaments to bond with their substrates at the molecular level using Van Der Waals' forces. Every...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Photomontage of living gecko feet showing a variety of forms. Gecko feet employ very small subdivided filaments to bond with their substrates at the molecular level using Van Der Waals' forces. Every...
Snipe (Gallinago gallinago) perched on fencepost, RSPB Balranald nature reserve, North Uist, Western Isles / Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, May. Did you know? The tip of a snipes beak contains nerve e...  -  Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Snipe (Gallinago gallinago) perched on fencepost, RSPB Balranald nature reserve, North Uist, Western Isles / Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, May. Did you know? The tip of a snipes beak contains nerve e...
Royal Australian Airforce crew carry a crate which contains a koala off a Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) C-27J Spartan. This plane was used to transport six koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) evacuated...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Royal Australian Airforce crew carry a crate which contains a koala off a Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) C-27J Spartan. This plane was used to transport six koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) evacuated...
Cathedral termite (Nasutitermes triodiae) mound in sparse woodland. A mound of 7m can take 5-8 years to construct and contains millions of termites. Mary River National Park, Northern Territory. Weste...  -  Steven David Miller
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Steven David Miller / Cathedral termite (Nasutitermes triodiae) mound in sparse woodland. A mound of 7m can take 5-8 years to construct and contains millions of termites. Mary River National Park, Northern Territory. Weste...
Drone shot tilting down to Victoria Falls, water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, Dominica, 2019.  -  Derek Galon
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Derek Galon / Drone shot tilting down to Victoria Falls, water is milky blue as it contains sulphur from Boiling Lake, Dominica, 2019.
Endangered species showreel with conservation message, contains material by Andy Rouse, Eric Baccega and Jabruson.  -  NaturePL Showreels
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NaturePL Showreels / Endangered species showreel with conservation message, contains material by Andy Rouse, Eric Baccega and Jabruson.
Nephila pilipes spider and common tiger butterfly (Danaus genutia). The butterfly contains toxins that make it distateful to the spider, so the spider snips the butterfly out of its web and releases i...  -  Paul Williams
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Paul Williams / Nephila pilipes spider and common tiger butterfly (Danaus genutia). The butterfly contains toxins that make it distateful to the spider, so the spider snips the butterfly out of its web and releases i...
RF - Golden orb-web spider (Nephila pilipes) spider snipping Common tiger butterfly (Danaus genutia) out of web. The butterfly contains toxins that make it distasteful to the spider releases it from w...  -  Paul Williams
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Paul Williams / RF - Golden orb-web spider (Nephila pilipes) spider snipping Common tiger butterfly (Danaus genutia) out of web. The butterfly contains toxins that make it distasteful to the spider releases it from w...
Technicians work on Wymeswold Solar Farm the largest solar farm in the UK at 34 MWp, based on an old disused second world war airfield, Leicestershire, UK. It contains 130,000 panels and covers 150 ac...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Technicians work on Wymeswold Solar Farm the largest solar farm in the UK at 34 MWp, based on an old disused second world war airfield, Leicestershire, UK. It contains 130,000 panels and covers 150 ac...
Wymeswold Solar Farm the largest solar farm in the UK at 34 MWp, based on an old disused second world war airfield, Leicestershire, UK. It contains 130,000 panels and covers 150 acres. September 2013  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Wymeswold Solar Farm the largest solar farm in the UK at 34 MWp, based on an old disused second world war airfield, Leicestershire, UK. It contains 130,000 panels and covers 150 acres. September 2013
Houses in Almere with solar PV panels on the roof. It is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided fro...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Houses in Almere with solar PV panels on the roof. It is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided fro...
Blackfriars Bridge across the River Thames in London, UK, is the world's largest solar bridge. Its parapet contains over 4400 solar photo voltaic panels, generating 50% of the stations electricity nee...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Blackfriars Bridge across the River Thames in London, UK, is the world's largest solar bridge. Its parapet contains over 4400 solar photo voltaic panels, generating 50% of the stations electricity nee...
Blackfriars Bridge across the River Thames in London, UK, is the world's largest solar bridge. Its parapet contains over 4400 solar photo voltaic panels, generating 50% of the stations electricity nee...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Blackfriars Bridge across the River Thames in London, UK, is the world's largest solar bridge. Its parapet contains over 4400 solar photo voltaic panels, generating 50% of the stations electricity nee...
Sun Island in Almere, which is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided from a nearby combined heat a...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Sun Island in Almere, which is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided from a nearby combined heat a...
Sun Island in Almere, which is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided from a nearby combined heat a...  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Sun Island in Almere, which is the Netherlands youngest town, in Flevoland, which was reclaimed from the sea. This planned city is very green, with space heating provided from a nearby combined heat a...
Lobster smack, boats with open holding wells on deck, allowing  live lobsters to be shipped. Each crate contains 9lbs of live lobster. Chebeague Island, Casco Bay, Maine, USA. July.  -  Jeff Rotman
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Jeff Rotman / Lobster smack, boats with open holding wells on deck, allowing live lobsters to be shipped. Each crate contains 9lbs of live lobster. Chebeague Island, Casco Bay, Maine, USA. July.
The Wilson stump, a  Japanese sugi pine (Cryptomeria) which was  cut by the Shimazu clan in 1586, at an estimated age of over 3,000 years. The base circumference is 32 m and 4.39 m across at chest hei...  -  Cyril Ruoso
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Cyril Ruoso / The Wilson stump, a Japanese sugi pine (Cryptomeria) which was cut by the Shimazu clan in 1586, at an estimated age of over 3,000 years. The base circumference is 32 m and 4.39 m across at chest hei...
Mudflats on the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, USA, September 2010. The delta contains the single largest expanse of intertidal habitat in North or South America and is a crucial stagin...  -  Gerrit  Vyn
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Gerrit Vyn / Mudflats on the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, USA, September 2010. The delta contains the single largest expanse of intertidal habitat in North or South America and is a crucial stagin...
'Zebra stone', sedimentary rock from the east Kimberley of Western Australia.Composed essentially of small particles of quartz and sericite' (fine-grained white mica), zebra rock also contains the mi...  -  John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / 'Zebra stone', sedimentary rock from the east Kimberley of Western Australia.Composed essentially of small particles of quartz and sericite' (fine-grained white mica), zebra rock also contains the mi...
Orbicular jasper, 'ocean jasper' from Madagascar,  a variety of jasper which contains spherical inclusions.  -  John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Orbicular jasper, 'ocean jasper' from Madagascar, a variety of jasper which contains spherical inclusions.
Historical illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) flowers and fruits from the Paris Royal Botanic Garden. Engraving by Stumpf, in 'Dictionarium, Historicum, Criticum, Chronologicum, Geograp...  -  Paul  D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Historical illustration of Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) flowers and fruits from the Paris Royal Botanic Garden. Engraving by Stumpf, in 'Dictionarium, Historicum, Criticum, Chronologicum, Geograp...
Lichen (Parmelia saxatilis) interspersed with  orange patches of a Green alga (Trentepohlia sp.) that gets its unusual colouration from the haematochrome (-carotene) it contains. Found growing on a g...  -  Alex  Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Lichen (Parmelia saxatilis) interspersed with orange patches of a Green alga (Trentepohlia sp.) that gets its unusual colouration from the haematochrome (-carotene) it contains. Found growing on a g...
Solar-powered phyllodesmium (Phyllodesmium longicirrum) contains photosynthetic zooxanthellae which allow it to draw energy from sunlight. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.  -  Constantinos Petrinos
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Constantinos Petrinos / Solar-powered phyllodesmium (Phyllodesmium longicirrum) contains photosynthetic zooxanthellae which allow it to draw energy from sunlight. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Solar-powered phyllodesmium (Phyllodesmium longicirrum) contains photosynthetic zooxanthellae which allow it to draw energy from sunlight. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.  -  Constantinos Petrinos
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Constantinos Petrinos / Solar-powered phyllodesmium (Phyllodesmium longicirrum) contains photosynthetic zooxanthellae which allow it to draw energy from sunlight. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Marine flatworm (Pseudobiceros flowersi) with ruffled marginal tentacles - pseudotentacles. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.e shown that fish will spit them out after the briefest of nips. We...  -  Constantinos Petrinos
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Constantinos Petrinos / Marine flatworm (Pseudobiceros flowersi) with ruffled marginal tentacles - pseudotentacles. Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.e shown that fish will spit them out after the briefest of nips. We...
Underwater view of eroded bedrock and gravel in the River (Afon) Mawddach, near Dollgelau. The gravel in this river is used by spawning Salmon and contains gold. Wales, August 2013.  -  Graham  Eaton
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Graham Eaton / Underwater view of eroded bedrock and gravel in the River (Afon) Mawddach, near Dollgelau. The gravel in this river is used by spawning Salmon and contains gold. Wales, August 2013.
Underwater view of eroded bedrock and gravel in the River (Afon) Mawddach, near Dollgelau. The gravel in this river is used by spawning Salmon and contains gold. Wales, August 2013.  -  Graham  Eaton
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Graham Eaton / Underwater view of eroded bedrock and gravel in the River (Afon) Mawddach, near Dollgelau. The gravel in this river is used by spawning Salmon and contains gold. Wales, August 2013.
Phosphorite, a non-detrital sedimentary rock which contains high amounts of phosphate bearing minerals, from California, USA.  -  John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Phosphorite, a non-detrital sedimentary rock which contains high amounts of phosphate bearing minerals, from California, USA.
Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) with saliva dripping from mouth, saliva contains virulent bacteria which infects wounds. Komodo National Park, Komodo Island, Indonesia.  -  Will Burrard-Lucas
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Will Burrard-Lucas / Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) with saliva dripping from mouth, saliva contains virulent bacteria which infects wounds. Komodo National Park, Komodo Island, Indonesia.
Timan Thumbu - a Huli Wigman from Tari Southern Highlands Papua, New Guinea. Head dress contains Superb Bird of Paradise, Papun Lorikeet, Leeser Bird of Paradise, Ribbon-tailed Astrapia, Lawes Parotia...  -  David Tipling
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David Tipling / Timan Thumbu - a Huli Wigman from Tari Southern Highlands Papua, New Guinea. Head dress contains Superb Bird of Paradise, Papun Lorikeet, Leeser Bird of Paradise, Ribbon-tailed Astrapia, Lawes Parotia...
Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang is a huge fortress perched on a p...  -  Ben Lascelles
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Ben Lascelles / Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang is a huge fortress perched on a p...
Looking out from inside cave in Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang i...  -  Ben Lascelles
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Ben Lascelles / Looking out from inside cave in Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang i...
Buddhist prayer flags outside window frame at Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibe...  -  Ben Lascelles
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Ben Lascelles / Buddhist prayer flags outside window frame at Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibe...
Doorway in Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang is a huge fortress per...  -  Ben Lascelles
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Ben Lascelles / Doorway in Tsaparang (sometimes known as the mythical Shangri-la) was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Guge in the Garuda Valley, Ngari Prefecture, Western Tibet. Tsaparang is a huge fortress per...
Man planting native tree at Abernethy Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, March 2012. Did you know? Abernethy forest contains the largest area of Scots pine forest in the UK.  -  Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Man planting native tree at Abernethy Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, March 2012. Did you know? Abernethy forest contains the largest area of Scots pine forest in the UK.
Tiger complex mimics, (Heliconids), an old collection of butterflies in the famous 'tiger complex'. This is a group of around 200 species of mostly toxic South American species which share a similar p...  -  Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Tiger complex mimics, (Heliconids), an old collection of butterflies in the famous 'tiger complex'. This is a group of around 200 species of mostly toxic South American species which share a similar p...
Searod (Pseudoplexaura sp) with a golden-brown stalk showing that it contains zooxanthellae (single-celled algae) which provide much of its nutritional needs, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, B...  -  Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / Searod (Pseudoplexaura sp) with a golden-brown stalk showing that it contains zooxanthellae (single-celled algae) which provide much of its nutritional needs, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, B...
Trunks of Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest in the upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunks of Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest in the upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving...
Trunk of a Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunk of a Western red cedar tree (Thuja plicata) and Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux...
Trunks of Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnan...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunks of Western hemlock trees (Tsuga heterophylla) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnan...
Trunks of massive Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving r...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Trunks of massive Western red cedar trees (Thuja plicata) in temperate rainforest, Upper Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving r...
Temperate rainforest and canyon on the Incomappleux River, Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnant of inland temperate rain...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Temperate rainforest and canyon on the Incomappleux River, Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnant of inland temperate rain...
Temperate rainforest and canyon on the Incomappleux River, Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada.  The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnant of inland temperate rain...  -  Alan Watson
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Alan Watson / Temperate rainforest and canyon on the Incomappleux River, Incomappleux Valley, British Columbia, Canada. The upper Incomappleux valley contains the largest surviving remnant of inland temperate rain...
A petri dish contains the Slime mould (Physarum polycephalum) which is growing in culture on nutrient agar.  -  SINCLAIR STAMMERS
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SINCLAIR STAMMERS / A petri dish contains the Slime mould (Physarum polycephalum) which is growing in culture on nutrient agar.
Mountain stream in the Alps with meltwater from a glacier, called glacier milk because the water contains particles of rock and minerals from the grinding action of the glacier, Italy  -  Philippe Clement
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Philippe Clement / Mountain stream in the Alps with meltwater from a glacier, called glacier milk because the water contains particles of rock and minerals from the grinding action of the glacier, Italy
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