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Images Dated 16th April 2005

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Images Dated 16th April 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Flamingo, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Featured 16 Apr 2005 Print

Flamingo, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Flamingo(s) are a type of wading bird in the family Phoenicopteridae. Flamingos usually stand on one leg while the other is tucked beneath their body. Young flamingos hatch with greyish reddish plumage, but adults range from light pink to bright red due to aqueous bacteria and beta-Carotene obtained from their food supply. A well-fed, healthy flamingo is more vibrantly colored and thus a more desirable mate

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Burchells / Common / Plain Zebra - portrait of three individuals Featured 16 Apr 2005 Print

Burchells / Common / Plain Zebra - portrait of three individuals

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Burchell's / Common / Plain Zebra - portrait of three individuals
Etosha National Park, Namibia, Africa
Equus quagga
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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Africa, African, Burchell, Burchelli, Burchells, Central, Common, Equus, Mammal, Mammals, Namibia, National, Parks, Plains, Quagga, Southern, Wildlife, Zebra, Zebras

South American Sealion - This adult female sealion was swimming along the shore and was chased by killer whales / Orcas Featured 16 Apr 2005 Print

South American Sealion - This adult female sealion was swimming along the shore and was chased by killer whales / Orcas

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South American Sealion - This adult female sealion was swimming along the shore and was chased by killer whales / Orcas
Punta Norte, Valdes Peninsula, Patagonia, Argentina
Otaria flavescens
Killer whales do not capture the adults but sometimes chase them, perhaps practicing their hunting skills, perhaps as pure harassment. This animal got out of the water and barked for a long time in the direction of the whales.
Francois Gohier
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