Animals Illuminated by the Sun. Nature's Best 2006: Image Gallery: American Alligator. First Place - Other Wildlife - Amateur, National Wildlife Awards Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida, USA by Cyrinda Hoffman Anchorage, Alaska, USA “Following a dive trip to the Bahamas to photograph sharks, the group I was traveling with decided to take a side trip to Florida to try our luck photographing alligators.
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It’s a docile beast, just swimming around all day and eating jellies, which are the entirety of its diet. And these turtles get so big because they are so well fed. You see, having a diet of incredibly slow moving jellies means that once the turtle gets a target, it scores a meal every time with a 100% success rate. (Imagine how big a lion would get if it were so successful!) Via the Not Exactly Rocket Science blog: The jellies aren’t particularly fast, so it takes just 22 seconds to catch up to one, and another minute to eat it. This explains how these turtles can grow so giant on a diet of nothing but jelly and stinging tentacles. There is simply no way for the jelly to outrun the turtle, so the leatherback is a jelly-eating machine. Backwards facing spines in the turtle's mouth keeps the ethereal jellies from escaping. A close up view of the jelly-killing spines Like this: Like Loading... Hamid-sardar_deertotem-west-taiga-hovsgol-2006.jpg (imagen JPEG, 1200 × 797 píxeles)
10+Breathtaking Photography Of Big Cats. Dog senses earthquake before it strikes. Massive avalanche on Mount Cheget. Brown owl has remarkable head stability. Cutest bear attack ever. Angry Catfish. Fine Art Photography & Prints. Curious Chimp — Congo's Chimps — Video. 49344_0_1208x964.jpg (JPEG Imagen, 1208x964 pixels) - Escalado (56%) Incredible Wildlife Photography. Wildlife — By Stephanie on January 11, 2010 at 10:58 am Canada goose protects her young Ever have one of those moments when you think to yourself, “Boy, I wish I had my camera?!”
Well, you can enjoy the good fortune of the photographers who were not empty handed when they shot these amazing animal pictures. These high-speed images are treasures that tell stories we rarely get to see – let alone capture – in stunning detail. Incredible wildlife photography like this takes a steady hand and sharp eye. Bringing home the bugs.... If you oohed and ahhed over the first couple of pictures, you might have to prepare yourself for the next image…. open wide! All in one bite? The best wildlife photography is often expressed through the unexpected. Hey! What is more adorable than a curious monkey – particularly one that wonders what all the photography fuss is about? Among cute animal photographs, you’ve gotta agree… this one tops the charts! Ready for my close-up! Synchronized stretching Owls in a fir tree.
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145.jpg (JPEG Imagen, 1200x799 pixels) - Escalado (67%) Klaus Tiedge. German-born Klaus Tiedge has been a prominent figure in the field of commercial photography for more than 20 years, having worked in numerous countries including India, Japan, Brazil and the USA.
In 2001 Klaus moved to South Africa and settled down in Cape Town taking full advantage of the a thriving fashion industry and optimal conditions that the region is renowned for. In 2008, Tiedge decided to shelve his commercial endeavors and pursue his passion for fine art photography as he turned his attention to the beauty and diversity of the African continent.
Embracing the “modern digital darkroom”, Klaus has successfully traversed the boundaries between painting and photography. His editioned wildlife photographs have a unique stylized quality to them. We’d like to thank Klaus for these amazing images and ORMS for bringing us into contact with each other. Join TotallyCoolPix on Facebook and Twitter or join our Flickr Group. 1 Photo By Klaus Tiedge. Transformer Owl. SatelliteEmbedPlayer.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Objeto) WARLORD TRAINS CHIMPS TO HUNT HIS ENEMIES WITH MACHETES - VBS STAFF. Sobre ©2015 VICE Media LLC México The VICE Channels Video estelar Lo barato sale caro: la industria textil de Camboya Ver ahora ene. 30, 2015 Munchies Fuimos a probar la comida de guerra del ejército ene. 30, 2015 Las Meals Ready-to-Eat (MRE ) están diseñadas para brindarle a los militares toda la energía y nutrientes necesarios para su máxima eficacia en el campo de batalla. ene. 30, 2015 VICE News La tóxica industria del cuero en Bangladesh El proceso de curtido es altamente tóxico y los empleados se ven obligados a trabajar en condiciones terribles, expuestos a productos químicos peligrosos que también contaminan las aguas circundantes.
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