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Blackboy Tree (Xanthorrhoea sp) recovering after bush fire, Western Australia, Australia  -  Yva Momatiuk & John Eastcott
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00463469 Blackboy Tree (Xanthorrhoea sp) recovering after bush fire, Western Australia, Australia© Yva Momatiuk & John Eastcott
Laurel Sumac (Rhus laurina) in 2004, recovering after 2003 fire, Poway, California  -  Richard Herrmann
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00437507 Laurel Sumac (Rhus laurina) in 2004, recovering after 2003 fire, Poway, California© Richard Herrmann
Unidentified Cockroach on right, eating old cuticle on left after molting, recovering protein and carbohydrates shed during molting, Costa Rica  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298146 Unidentified Cockroach on right, eating old cuticle on left after molting, recovering protein and carbohydrates shed during molting, Costa Rica© Piotr Naskrecki
Recovering Fly strike wound on the hind quarters of a Friesian sheep, caused by feeding of Blow fly (Calliphoridae) maggots, Gloucestershire, UK. August.
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90890564 Recovering Fly strike wound on the hind quarters of a Friesian sheep, caused by feeding of Blow fly (Calliphoridae) maggots, Gloucestershire, UK. August.©
Recovering Fly strike wound on the hind quarters of a Friesian sheep, caused by feeding of Blow fly (Calliphoridae) maggots, Gloucestershire, UK. August.
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90890563 Recovering Fly strike wound on the hind quarters of a Friesian sheep, caused by feeding of Blow fly (Calliphoridae) maggots, Gloucestershire, UK. August.©
Female Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) peering through the bars of her cage after being treated for mange at wildlife hospital, The Fox Project, Kent, England, UK. August.
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90885092 Female Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) peering through the bars of her cage after being treated for mange at wildlife hospital, The Fox Project, Kent, England, UK. August.©
Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) eating a meal of domestic dog food while recovering from sarcoptic mange in an enclosure at a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre, Somerset, England, UK. August.
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90885031 Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) eating a meal of domestic dog food while recovering from sarcoptic mange in an enclosure at a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre, Somerset, England, UK. August.©
Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra
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90858555 Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra©
Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra
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90858554 Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra©
Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra
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90858553 Young Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) recovering from illness, Quarantine centre of SOCP (Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program) near Medan, North Sumatra©
Soft coral (Alcyonacea) growing on artificial reef made from wire, in damaged area of coral reef. Misool Eco Resort, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia. 2018.
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90852653 Soft coral (Alcyonacea) growing on artificial reef made from wire, in damaged area of coral reef. Misool Eco Resort, Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia. 2018.©
Local men recovering small capsized boat during flooding in Venice, Italy, December 2019.
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90851627 Local men recovering small capsized boat during flooding in Venice, Italy, December 2019.©
Wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila audax) with wing fracture on way to recovery room following x-ray, carried by veterinary nurse. Temporarily captive, to be released once fully recovered. Currumbin Wildlife...
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90839832 Wedge-tailed eagle (Aquila audax) with wing fracture on way to recovery room following x-ray, carried by veterinary nurse. Temporarily captive, to be released once fully recovered. Currumbin Wildlife...© Doug Gimesy
Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering from anaesthetic and thumb amputation, held by veterinary nurse. Bat was caught in roof guttering. Temporarily captive, to be released once r...
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90839827 Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering from anaesthetic and thumb amputation, held by veterinary nurse. Bat was caught in roof guttering. Temporarily captive, to be released once r...© Doug Gimesy
Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering from anaesthetic and thumb amputation, held by veterinary nurse. Bat was caught in roof guttering. Temporarily captive, to be released once r...
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90839826 Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering from anaesthetic and thumb amputation, held by veterinary nurse. Bat was caught in roof guttering. Temporarily captive, to be released once r...© Doug Gimesy
Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering on scales following surgery to amputate toe. Temporarily captive, to be released once recovered. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Que...
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90839823 Grey-headed flying-fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) recovering on scales following surgery to amputate toe. Temporarily captive, to be released once recovered. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Que...© Doug Gimesy
Kookaburra (Dacelo sp) in cage during recovery. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. November 2019. Editorial use only.
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90839822 Kookaburra (Dacelo sp) in cage during recovery. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. November 2019. Editorial use only.© Doug Gimesy
Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca) recovering from surgery to remove fishing hook in stomach, held by veterinary nurse. Captive, to be released on recovery. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold...
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90839818 Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca) recovering from surgery to remove fishing hook in stomach, held by veterinary nurse. Captive, to be released on recovery. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold...© Doug Gimesy
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838845 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838842 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838841 Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...
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90838840 Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838839 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838838 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838837 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838836 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838832 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838831 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.
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90838830 Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.
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90838829 Red lantern banksia (Banksia caleyi), a pyrophile which opens its cones to release seeds only after a fire, Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia, October 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838825 Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838824 Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838823 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838822 Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838821 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838820 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838819 Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Eucalyptus saplings growing en masse in an alpine forest devastated by wildfires in February, 2003, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia. March 2007.
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90838817 Eucalyptus saplings growing en masse in an alpine forest devastated by wildfires in February, 2003, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia. March 2007.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838816 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838160 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838159 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838158 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis), recovering from introduced avian pox infection. Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
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90834910 Medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis), recovering from introduced avian pox infection. Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador© Tui De Roy
Darwin's medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) recovering from introduced avian pox, feeding on native passoinfruit, in photographer Tui De Roy's garden, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands
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90833852 Darwin's medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) recovering from introduced avian pox, feeding on native passoinfruit, in photographer Tui De Roy's garden, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands© Tui De Roy
Darwin's medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) recovering from introduced avian pox in photographer Tui De Roy's garden, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands
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90833851 Darwin's medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) recovering from introduced avian pox in photographer Tui De Roy's garden, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands© Tui De Roy
Aerial view of African Tulip tree (Spathodea Campanulata) in full bloom, in tropical forest recovering after hurricane Maria in Dominica, West Indies. March.
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90830473 Aerial view of African Tulip tree (Spathodea Campanulata) in full bloom, in tropical forest recovering after hurricane Maria in Dominica, West Indies. March.© Derek Galon
Aerial view of African Tulip tree (Spathodea Campanulata) in full bloom, in tropical forest recovering after hurricane Maria in Dominica, West Indies. March.
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90830471 Aerial view of African Tulip tree (Spathodea Campanulata) in full bloom, in tropical forest recovering after hurricane Maria in Dominica, West Indies. March.© Derek Galon
A Chinese pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) recovering from a broken back leg, caused by trapping, now suffering from pneumonia. Shenzhen Wildlife Rescue Center, Guangdong, China.
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90829990 A Chinese pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) recovering from a broken back leg, caused by trapping, now suffering from pneumonia. Shenzhen Wildlife Rescue Center, Guangdong, China.© Xiao Shibai / Wild Wonders of China
Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus sp.) showing epicormic growth in response to bushfire damage / stress. Eucalyptus trees are some of the most successful resprouters in the world, with extensive epicormic b...
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90827852 Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus sp.) showing epicormic growth in response to bushfire damage / stress. Eucalyptus trees are some of the most successful resprouters in the world, with extensive epicormic b...© Doug Gimesy
Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus sp.) showing epicormic growth in response to bushfire damage / stress. Eucalyptus trees are some of the most successful resprouters in the world, with extensive epicormic b...
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90827851 Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus sp.) showing epicormic growth in response to bushfire damage / stress. Eucalyptus trees are some of the most successful resprouters in the world, with extensive epicormic b...© Doug Gimesy
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