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  • This tiny injured mockingbird was recently rescued by California Wildlife Center.

    This tiny injured mockingbird was recently rescued by California Wildlife Center.

    Tiny ‘Snowshoes’ Help a Little Injured Bird To Get Back On Her Feet

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  • The Finalists of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

    The Finalists of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

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  • The program director with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Dr. Andy Plumptre, stated that some warthogs have even learned to lie down when close to mongooses, in order to get ready for their bath time.

    The program director with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Dr. Andy Plumptre, stated that some warthogs have even learned to lie down when close to mongooses, in order to get ready for their bath time.

    A Pack Of Mongooses Give A Bath To A Giant Warthog! How Cool is That?

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  • The warthogs are wild pigs that live in sub-Saharan Africa and usually eat grass and worms. Yet, these creatures are of a large size and have powerful tusks which makes them a threat to smaller creatures.

    The warthogs are wild pigs that live in sub-Saharan Africa and usually eat grass and worms. Yet, these creatures are of a large size and have powerful tusks which makes them a threat to smaller creatures.

    A Pack Of Mongooses Give A Bath To A Giant Warthog! How Cool is That?

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  • Today the lucky elephant is at the wildlife park, recovering. The officials make plans to reunite her with her herd back in India.

    Today the lucky elephant is at the wildlife park, recovering. The officials make plans to reunite her with her herd back in India.

    A Stranded Elephant Saved By Hundreds Of Villagers In An Unbelievable Way

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  • Finally, the villagers succeeded in moving the animal to dry land. When she could walk again, the villagers guided her to the wildlife park close to Dhaka, so that she could rest and recover.

    Finally, the villagers succeeded in moving the animal to dry land. When she could walk again, the villagers guided her to the wildlife park close to Dhaka, so that she could rest and recover.

    A Stranded Elephant Saved By Hundreds Of Villagers In An Unbelievable Way

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  • # 7 the 2nd Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: The Swarm Of Sheep

    # 7 the 2nd Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: The Swarm Of Sheep

    The 10 Best Drone Photos 2016

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  • # 6 The 3rd Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: Piton De La Fournaise, Scary Volcano

    # 6 The 3rd Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: Piton De La Fournaise, Scary Volcano

    The 10 Best Drone Photos 2016

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  • # 4 The 1st Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: the Kalbyris Forest in Denmark

    # 4 The 1st Prize Winner in Category Nature & Wildlife: the Kalbyris Forest in Denmark

    The 10 Best Drone Photos 2016

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  • The empathetic photographer is baffled at how so many people are worried about the animals when the men in the pictures are the ones that have to capture wild animals and travel as performers in order to make a living in today's advanced society.

    The empathetic photographer is baffled at how so many people are worried about the animals when the men in the pictures are the ones that have to capture wild animals and travel as performers in order to make a living in today's advanced society.

    What Was Seen In A Photograph Was No Comparison To What Was Happening in "The Streets of Lagos"

    Posted by Shannon Nieten · 0 Points