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STONE-CURLEWS - aggressive display with wings outstretched Featured Image

STONE-CURLEWS - aggressive display with wings outstretched

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STONE-CURLEWS - aggressive display with wings outstretched
Burhinus ondicnemus
Distribution: Southern United Kingdom east to southern Russia and south to Spain, Italy and the Balkans.
Local names include Norfolk Plover and Goggle eyes.
Chris Knights
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BITTERN - at nest, in reeds
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BITTERN - at nest, in reeds
Victorias Riflebird a Bird of Paradise - adult male displaying wildly in the hopes to attract females Featured Image

Victorias Riflebird a Bird of Paradise - adult male displaying wildly in the hopes to attract females

SAS-1713
Victoria's Riflebird a Bird of Paradise - adult male displaying wildly in the hopes to attract females
Wooroonooran National Park, Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Queensland, Australia
Ptiloris victoriae
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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© Steffen & Alexandra Sailer/ardea.com

VT-8750 Flamboyant cuttlefish - photographed in an isolated area of Papua New Guinea because of its unusual behavour the photographer believes this to be a new species. The animal could blend in with the bottom. It constantly changed body texture Featured Image

VT-8750 Flamboyant cuttlefish - photographed in an isolated area of Papua New Guinea because of its unusual behavour the photographer believes this to be a new species. The animal could blend in with the bottom. It constantly changed body texture

VT-8750
Flamboyant cuttlefish - photographed in an isolated area of Papua New Guinea because of its unusual behavour the photographer believes this to be a new species. The animal could blend in with the bottom. It constantly changed body texture
Papua New Guinea.
Possibly Metasepia pfefferi
Valerie & Ron Taylor
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© Ron and Valerie Tayor/ardea.com


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