hungrychirpers:

Day 18: Hey look, here are some antlers we made. Even went to sleep in them!

earthandanimals:

The Dark Knight.
Photo by Sue Demetriou

earthandanimals:

The Dark Knight.

Photo by Sue Demetriou

mad-as-a-marine-biologist:

Garden Eel  My face in the morning
Photographer: Rivo Malonda
Source: Underwater Macro Photographers

mad-as-a-marine-biologist:

Garden Eel  My face in the morning

Photographer: Rivo Malonda

Source: Underwater Macro Photographers

thefluffingtonpost:

PHOTO OP: Ferret Tube
Via yuhiro.

thefluffingtonpost:

PHOTO OP: Ferret Tube

Via yuhiro.


The Titan triggerfish, a voracious predator, being cleaned by a cleaner wrasse.
Photograph: Enric Sala/National Geographic

The Titan triggerfish, a voracious predator, being cleaned by a cleaner wrasse.

Photograph: Enric Sala/National Geographic

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ichthyologist:

Jumping Spider Eyes (Salticidae)

Being hunters, jumping spiders have a very highly developed eyesight. Experiments have shown that their eyes may have up to four different kinds of receptors, each detecting different spectra of light.

Thomas Shahan on Flickr

heycrocodile:

Zebras in the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania by Flickr

heycrocodile:

Zebras in the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania by Flickr

(via heycrocodile-deactivated2013030)

rebecca—b:

Floyd on my finger! 

rebecca—b:

Floyd on my finger! 

Lucie, 19, Originally from North Devon, but currently living in Bristol :). I am a second year student at UWE studying Biological Sciences.
I have a slight obsession with marine mammals, and marine life in general, as well as red pandas and tigers :).
I have always had a huge passion for animals so wanted to create something where I can share photos of the amazing creatures we share this planet with.
Follow me, I always follow back.
:)

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