I'm obsessed with @fix4eyes photography! This doesn't even look real! Absolutely amazing. Beautiful orca pod at sunset. Putting a close to this beautiful Sunday and getting ready to start the work week...can't believe May is about over with. Where is this year going? Hope everyone had a great weekend and hope this week is really good to everyone ❤️❤️ #blackfish #seaworld #oneocean #orcaocean #captivitykills #dontbuyaticket #thecove #orcas #killerwhales #beauty #loroparque #marineland #marinelandantibes #shamu #wildlife #wildanimals #beneaththesurface #deathatseaworld #centerforwhaleresearch #wildorcas
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Check out this cracking shot of a leopard attempting a grab a feathery snack in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park by #wildographer & foodie @chefpaulrifkin ・・・ #Wildography #WildographyandSafaris #AfricanSafaris #chefslife #tanzania #serengeti #wildanimals #wildlifephotographer #safariblogger
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ЮАР, Южная Америка, 1/2 цента 1970 SOUTH - SUID (Английский-Африканас), фауна (воробьи) Цена 25 руб. Представляю вашему вниманию экзотическую монету - 1/2 цента (полцента) ЮАР, Южной Африки, разновидность с написанием легенды Английский-Африканас (SOUTH AFRICA - SUID-AFRIKA) и изображением южноафриканских воробъёв. Л/4 #animal_captures #animalpolis #wildlifephotos #wildlifephoto#animalland #animalphoto #animalface #animalsrule#animals_happy #wildlifephotography #животныймир#animalrights #animalworld #fauna #wildanimals#animalsofinstagram #animalcare #zoolife #животные#loveanimals #igscwildlife #звери #RETROJAR
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By Lynda Mapes with the @seattletimes “A leading wolf researcher has agreed to leave Washington State University at the end of the spring term in return for $300,000 to settle a suit he brought over infringement of his academic freedom. Robert Wielgus, director of the Carnivore Conservation Lab at Washington State University, pioneered research of wolf behavior in cattle country as the predators began their return to Washington. Wielgus tracked the behavior of wolves and cattle and learned that the state’s policy of killing wolves that had preyed on cattle was likely to lead to more cattle predation, not less, because it destabilized the structure of wolf packs. The research was unpopular with ranchers, who complained to lawmakers in the Washington State Legislature, who, in turn, cut Wielgus’ funding and removed him as principal investigator on his ongoing work, passing the funds through another researcher. It was a highly unusual move that eliminated Wielgus’ money for travel, speaking at conferences or for research in the summer, the peak field months for his work.” Read more: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/wolf-researcher-gets-300000-to-settle-wsu-lawsuit/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=article_left_1.1 Please follow me: -@ilovewolf_club Via: -@cowolfcenter
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