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Sibling Rivalry by Sandy Sisti-Wild at Heart Images on Flickr.
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Scottish wildlife photographer David Yarrow even escaped an up close meeting with a lioness on the prairie
Self-taught 47-year-old has produced almost 90 black and white pictures of wildlife in harsh landscapes
Among the images are two baby penguins helping each other climb an icy slope in Snow Hill, Antarctica
Also included in new book Encounter is a pair of polar bears confronting each other in Manitoba, Canada
All photos by David Yarrow…Article By ROBERT DEX via MailOnline read more…

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Jul 26, 2014 / 9,550 notes


I did these for my animal drawing final, but I figured they might be useful for someone here. YEY BEARS.

Jul 26, 2014 / 2,862 notes


Migaloo is Australia’s most well-known humpback whale.  When he was first sighted he was the only known all white whale in the world.  As he migrates up the east coast of Australia from Antarctica to the warmer waters of Tropical North Queensland his distinctive all white colouring allows people to report sightings.

Up until September 2011 Migaloo was thought to be the only all white Humpback Whale in the world. Then amazing footage emerged of a 100% all white baby humpback calf. This new white whale unofficially named MJ (Migaloo Junior) .

Migaloo is protected under Australian law.  He is part of the Australian East Coast Humpback Whale population.

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Albino Carrion crow (Corvus corone) by Merintia on Flickr.
Jul 25, 2014 / 288 notes


Albino Carrion crow (Corvus corone) by Merintia on Flickr.

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Tiger in the Jungle | by: { Ma Poupoule }
Jul 24, 2014 / 1,372 notes


Tiger in the Jungle | by: { Ma Poupoule }

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