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Basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) feeding on plankton in the surface waters around the island of Coll, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? The largest Basking sha... - Alex Mustard / 2020VISION
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Alex Mustard / 2020VISION / Basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) feeding on plankton in the surface waters around the island of Coll, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? The largest Basking sha...
Green / Double-crested basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons) running across water surface, Santa Rita, Costa Rica. Did you know? This amazing lizard is colloquially known as the 'Jesus Christ lizard' for i... - Bence Mate
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Bence Mate / Green / Double-crested basilisk (Basiliscus plumifrons) running across water surface, Santa Rita, Costa Rica. Did you know? This amazing lizard is colloquially known as the 'Jesus Christ lizard' for i...
Red-crowned Cranes (Grus japonensis) displaying at dawn Hokkaido, Japan, February. Did you know? Red crowned cranes mate for life. - David Tipling
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David Tipling / Red-crowned Cranes (Grus japonensis) displaying at dawn Hokkaido, Japan, February. Did you know? Red crowned cranes mate for life.
Small tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae) feeding on buddleia flowers, Carrbridge, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, August. Did you know? Tortoiseshell butterfly caterpillars feed on nettles, and live in gro... - Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
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Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / Small tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae) feeding on buddleia flowers, Carrbridge, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK, August. Did you know? Tortoiseshell butterfly caterpillars feed on nettles, and live in gro...
Two Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris) silhouetted at sunset, Glen Affric, Scotland, UK, October 2012. Did you know? The bark of a Scots pine tree can be up to 5 centimetres thick. - Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Two Scots pine trees (Pinus sylvestris) silhouetted at sunset, Glen Affric, Scotland, UK, October 2012. Did you know? The bark of a Scots pine tree can be up to 5 centimetres thick.
Little owl (Athene noctua) perched on a post, Essex, England, UK, June. Did you know? The Latin name of the Little owl, Athene noctua, comes from the Greek goddess of wisdom Athena, whose symbol was a... - Luke Massey / 2020VISION
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Luke Massey / 2020VISION / Little owl (Athene noctua) perched on a post, Essex, England, UK, June. Did you know? The Latin name of the Little owl, Athene noctua, comes from the Greek goddess of wisdom Athena, whose symbol was a...
Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus), in a rock crevice, Lundy Island Marine Conservation Zone, Devon, England, UK, May. Did you know? Lobster pincers are different sizes for different uses, one is for c... - Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION
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Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION / Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus), in a rock crevice, Lundy Island Marine Conservation Zone, Devon, England, UK, May. Did you know? Lobster pincers are different sizes for different uses, one is for c...
Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp. penicillatus) flowering underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September. Did you know? The latin name for this genus 'Ranunculus' comes from the Latin for 'Litte... - Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION
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Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION / Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp. penicillatus) flowering underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September. Did you know? The latin name for this genus 'Ranunculus' comes from the Latin for 'Litte...
Split-level view of the River Leith, showing Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp. penicillatus) growing underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September. Did you know? Cumbria is one of the least den... - Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION
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Linda Pitkin / 2020VISION / Split-level view of the River Leith, showing Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus fluitans subsp. penicillatus) growing underwater, Cumbria, England, UK, September. Did you know? Cumbria is one of the least den...
Male Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula), Hogganfield Loch, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, February. Did you know? Goldeneyes forest ducks, which nest in trees. - Fergus Gill / 2020VISION
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Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / Male Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula), Hogganfield Loch, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, February. Did you know? Goldeneyes forest ducks, which nest in trees.
Skylark (Alauda arvensis) perched on a fence post, vocalising, Balranald RSPB reserve, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. Did you know? The collective noun for a group of Skylarks is an e... - Fergus Gill / 2020VISION
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Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / Skylark (Alauda arvensis) perched on a fence post, vocalising, Balranald RSPB reserve, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. Did you know? The collective noun for a group of Skylarks is an e...
Male Ringed plover (Charadrius hiaticula) on beach, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. Did you know? When Plovers sense danger a parent bird will pretend to have a broken wing to distract predators. - Fergus Gill / 2020VISION
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Fergus Gill / 2020VISION / Male Ringed plover (Charadrius hiaticula) on beach, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK, June. Did you know? When Plovers sense danger a parent bird will pretend to have a broken wing to distract predators.
Badger (Meles meles) cub, Dorset, England, UK, July. Did you know? The word Badger derives from the French 'Becheur, meaning digger. - Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION
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Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION / Badger (Meles meles) cub, Dorset, England, UK, July. Did you know? The word Badger derives from the French 'Becheur, meaning digger.
Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) stretching her wings whilst perched on scaffolding, Bristol, England, UK, June. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have been used for falconry for more th... - Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION
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Bertie Gregory / 2020VISION / Adult female Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) stretching her wings whilst perched on scaffolding, Bristol, England, UK, June. Did you know? Peregrine falcons have been used for falconry for more th...
Male Redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus), perched on branch of flowering Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna), Clwyd, Wales, UK, May. Did you know? Another common name for a Redstart is Firetail due to their... - Richard Steel / 2020VISION
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Richard Steel / 2020VISION / Male Redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus), perched on branch of flowering Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna), Clwyd, Wales, UK, May. Did you know? Another common name for a Redstart is Firetail due to their...
Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) perched on branch of a Rowan tree (Sorbus aucuparia), with berries, Clwyd, Wales, UK, November. Did you know? The Rowan tree's old Celtic name was 'fid na ndruad' which mean... - Richard Steel / 2020VISION
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Richard Steel / 2020VISION / Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) perched on branch of a Rowan tree (Sorbus aucuparia), with berries, Clwyd, Wales, UK, November. Did you know? The Rowan tree's old Celtic name was 'fid na ndruad' which mean...
River Plym flowing fast through Dewerstone Wood, Shaugh Prior, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, October 2011. Did you know? The name Plym comes from the Old English term for plum tree. - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / River Plym flowing fast through Dewerstone Wood, Shaugh Prior, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, October 2011. Did you know? The name Plym comes from the Old English term for plum tree.
Ice pattern, Merrivale, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, February. Did you know? Hot water freezes more quickly than cold, although it is not known why. - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / Ice pattern, Merrivale, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, February. Did you know? Hot water freezes more quickly than cold, although it is not known why.
River Stour with early morning mist and frost, near Wimborne Minster, Dorset, UK. April 2012. Did you know? There are five different River Stours in the UK. - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / River Stour with early morning mist and frost, near Wimborne Minster, Dorset, UK. April 2012. Did you know? There are five different River Stours in the UK.
River Exe, near Winsford, showing river correctly fenced to stop cattle from polluting the river, or eroding the river banks. Healthy example of river habitat. Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. May... - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / River Exe, near Winsford, showing river correctly fenced to stop cattle from polluting the river, or eroding the river banks. Healthy example of river habitat. Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. May...
Common frog (Rana temporaria) portrait, close-up of eye, Cornwall, UK. January. Did you know? Female Common frogs can lay up to 2000 eggs. - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / Common frog (Rana temporaria) portrait, close-up of eye, Cornwall, UK. January. Did you know? Female Common frogs can lay up to 2000 eggs.
Small group of flowering Wild daffodils (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), with out of focus flowers in the background, Dunsdon Wood Devon Wildlife Trust Reserve, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK,... - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / Small group of flowering Wild daffodils (Narcissus pseudonarcissus), with out of focus flowers in the background, Dunsdon Wood Devon Wildlife Trust Reserve, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK,...
Lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) in flower, Cornwall, England, UK, March. Did you know? William Wordsworth wrote three poems about Lesser celandines. - Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / Lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) in flower, Cornwall, England, UK, March. Did you know? William Wordsworth wrote three poems about Lesser celandines.
Zanzibar red colobus (Piliocolobus kirkii) in tree, Jozany Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Highly endangered. Did you know? Zanzibar red colobuses are called 'Poison monkeys' by the local people on the is... - Enrique Lopez-Tapia
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Enrique Lopez-Tapia / Zanzibar red colobus (Piliocolobus kirkii) in tree, Jozany Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Highly endangered. Did you know? Zanzibar red colobuses are called 'Poison monkeys' by the local people on the is...
Grey heron (Ardea cinerea) beneath waterfall. Ambleside, Lake District, UK, November. Highly commended, 'Habitat' category, British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) competition 2012. Did you know? I... - Ben Hall / 2020VISION
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Ben Hall / 2020VISION / Grey heron (Ardea cinerea) beneath waterfall. Ambleside, Lake District, UK, November. Highly commended, 'Habitat' category, British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) competition 2012. Did you know? I...
Male Skylark (Alauda arvensis) in flight, singing, Denmark Farm, Lampeter, Ceredigion, Wales, UK, March. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? The word skylark used to be used  by sailors for playing t... - Richard Steel / 2020VISION
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Richard Steel / 2020VISION / Male Skylark (Alauda arvensis) in flight, singing, Denmark Farm, Lampeter, Ceredigion, Wales, UK, March. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? The word skylark used to be used by sailors for playing t...
Man standing next to a group of spades stuck in the ground, part of The National Forest planting day, Moira, Derbyshire, England, UK, November 2010. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? In 2013-2014,... - Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Man standing next to a group of spades stuck in the ground, part of The National Forest planting day, Moira, Derbyshire, England, UK, November 2010. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? In 2013-2014,...
Common starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) gathering on telephone wires pre-roost, Solway Firth, Scotland, UK, November. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Historically all starlings were known as Stares,... - Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Common starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) gathering on telephone wires pre-roost, Solway Firth, Scotland, UK, November. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Historically all starlings were known as Stares,...
View over New Forest lowland in mist at dawn. Vereley Hill, Burley, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK, August. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Before the New Forest was made a roya... - Guy Edwardes / 2020VISION
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Guy Edwardes / 2020VISION / View over New Forest lowland in mist at dawn. Vereley Hill, Burley, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK, August. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? Before the New Forest was made a roya...
Common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) adult perched, singing, Cambridgeshire, UK, April. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? A nightingale's song can consist of up to 260 variations. - Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION
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Chris Gomersall / 2020VISION / Common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) adult perched, singing, Cambridgeshire, UK, April. 2020VISION Book Plate. Did you know? A nightingale's song can consist of up to 260 variations.
European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone, Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo. - Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
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Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION / European Badger (Meles meles) on the North Downs above Folkestone, Kent, UK, June. Camera trap photo.
Water Vole (Arvicola amphibius / terrestris) foraging by water. Kent, UK, August. Did you know? Although mostly vegetarians, some water voles have been known to eat frogs legs to get extra protein. - Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
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Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION / Water Vole (Arvicola amphibius / terrestris) foraging by water. Kent, UK, August. Did you know? Although mostly vegetarians, some water voles have been known to eat frogs legs to get extra protein.
Exmoor Ponies (Equus caballus) grazing at Seven Sisters Country Park, South Downs, England, November. Did you know? Some people believe that Exmoor ponies are related to the now extinct Tarpan horse o... - Peter Cairns / 2020VISION
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Peter Cairns / 2020VISION / Exmoor Ponies (Equus caballus) grazing at Seven Sisters Country Park, South Downs, England, November. Did you know? Some people believe that Exmoor ponies are related to the now extinct Tarpan horse o...
Common beech (Fagus sylvatica) woodland in autumn, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, October. Did you know? More than 1.4 million people visit the Cairngorms each year. - Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
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Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / Common beech (Fagus sylvatica) woodland in autumn, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK, October. Did you know? More than 1.4 million people visit the Cairngorms each year.
Pine marten (Martes martes) juvenile in pine tree in woodland, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Wester Ross, Scotland, UK, July. Highly commended, 'Animal Portraits' category, British Wildlife Pho... - Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
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Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / Pine marten (Martes martes) juvenile in pine tree in woodland, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Wester Ross, Scotland, UK, July. Highly commended, 'Animal Portraits' category, British Wildlife Pho...
Blue Tit (Cyanistes / Parus caeruleus) perched on lichen-covered twig. Wales, UK, February. Did you know? The front of a Blue tit's head glows brightly under UV light, which is used by females to choo... - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / Blue Tit (Cyanistes / Parus caeruleus) perched on lichen-covered twig. Wales, UK, February. Did you know? The front of a Blue tit's head glows brightly under UV light, which is used by females to choo...
Gannet (Morus bassanus) portrait showing blue eyes. Bempton Cliffs RSPB reserve, UK, Yorkshire, July. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / Gannet (Morus bassanus) portrait showing blue eyes. Bempton Cliffs RSPB reserve, UK, Yorkshire, July.
Flock of Knot (Calidris canuta) taking flight. Snettisham, UK, January. Did you know? The red knot has one of the longest migrations in the world, with some travelling 9000 miles from the Arctic to th... - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / Flock of Knot (Calidris canuta) taking flight. Snettisham, UK, January. Did you know? The red knot has one of the longest migrations in the world, with some travelling 9000 miles from the Arctic to th...
European Hare (Lepus europaeus) silhouetted at dawn. Wales, UK, August. Did you know? Unlike rabbits, hares do not dig warrens, just a shallow depression called a form. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / European Hare (Lepus europaeus) silhouetted at dawn. Wales, UK, August. Did you know? Unlike rabbits, hares do not dig warrens, just a shallow depression called a form.
European Hare (Lepus europaeus) feeding on grass. Wales, UK, May. Did you know? Brown hares are primarily nocturnal. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / European Hare (Lepus europaeus) feeding on grass. Wales, UK, May. Did you know? Brown hares are primarily nocturnal.
European Hare (Lepus europaeus) leveret in field. UK, Wales, June. Did you know? Unlike baby rabbits, hare leverets are born with eyes open and with fur. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / European Hare (Lepus europaeus) leveret in field. UK, Wales, June. Did you know? Unlike baby rabbits, hare leverets are born with eyes open and with fur.
Little Owl (Athene noctua) taking flight from a post. Wales, UK, June. Did you know? Owls are far sighted - so can't see objects close to their faces clearly. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / Little Owl (Athene noctua) taking flight from a post. Wales, UK, June. Did you know? Owls are far sighted - so can't see objects close to their faces clearly.
European Hares (Lepus europaeus) boxing, female on right. Wales, UK, June. Sequence 2 of 2. Did you know? A group of hares is known as a drove. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / European Hares (Lepus europaeus) boxing, female on right. Wales, UK, June. Sequence 2 of 2. Did you know? A group of hares is known as a drove.
Barn Owl (Tyto alba) perched on old plough. Wales, December. Did you know? Baby barn owls can recognise their siblings calls. - Andy Rouse / 2020VISION
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Andy Rouse / 2020VISION / Barn Owl (Tyto alba) perched on old plough. Wales, December. Did you know? Baby barn owls can recognise their siblings calls.
Kayaker on the River Etive, Highlands, Scotland, UK, April 2012. Did you know? Freshwater ecosystems have a higher density of species than either the land or the sea. - Alex Mustard / 2020VISION
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Alex Mustard / 2020VISION / Kayaker on the River Etive, Highlands, Scotland, UK, April 2012. Did you know? Freshwater ecosystems have a higher density of species than either the land or the sea.
Female Grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) juvenile swimming over kelp, off Farne Islands, Northumberland, England, UK, July. Did you know? Grey seal milk is 60% fat and although they are fed milk for just... - Alex Mustard / 2020VISION
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Alex Mustard / 2020VISION / Female Grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) juvenile swimming over kelp, off Farne Islands, Northumberland, England, UK, July. Did you know? Grey seal milk is 60% fat and although they are fed milk for just...
Wolf-Volcano giant tortoise (Chelonoidis nigra becki) portrait with ground finch (Geospiza sp. ) sitting on foot, Isabela Island, Galapagos. Did you know? Galapagos tortoises have a mutualistic relati... - Tui De Roy
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Tui De Roy / Wolf-Volcano giant tortoise (Chelonoidis nigra becki) portrait with ground finch (Geospiza sp. ) sitting on foot, Isabela Island, Galapagos. Did you know? Galapagos tortoises have a mutualistic relati...
Feral pigeon (Columba livia) on ground, with people's feet in the background, South Bank, London, England, UK, September. Did you know? In the 16th Century England pigeon guano was the only source of... - Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION
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Terry Whittaker / 2020VISION / Feral pigeon (Columba livia) on ground, with people's feet in the background, South Bank, London, England, UK, September. Did you know? In the 16th Century England pigeon guano was the only source of...
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