Beautiful And Fantastic
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magicalnaturetour:

NINJA! (by fPat)
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pikxchu:

cheetah Burgerszoo by joke kok
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radivs:

'Under the Tree' by whiteeyedhusky
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nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
nubbsgalore:

emperor penguins, like other birds, have the capacity to fluff their feathers and insulate their bodies with a layer of air. but where most birds have rows of feathers with bare skin between them, emperors have a dense, uniform coat of feathers with tiny filaments at the base which allows them to release this layer of air as lubricating microbubbles. in doing so, the penguins are able to reduce their drag and the viscosity of the water, thus enabling them to swim faster. photos by paul nicklen (previously featured)
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bigcatkingdom:

Snowy radja (by Tambako the Jaguar)
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musts:

© Julie Benard { website | facebook }
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llbwwb:

Red Panda Smile (by Mark Dumont)
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wolverxne:

Baby cheetah | by: { Matteo Berbenni }
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libutron:

Neotropical Rattlesnake - Crotalus durissus 
Crotalus durissus (Viperidae) is a neotropical species of rattlesnake with several subspecies along its range; all of them are venomous.
Other common names: Cascabel Rattlesnake, South American Rattlesnake, Yucatan Rattlesnake
References: [1]
Photo credit: ©Thierry Montford | Locality: French Guiana (2014)
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nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)
nubbsgalore:

green sea turtles pose for montse grillo in the canary islands. (previous sea turtle posts)