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Ambon Shrimp (Periclimenes amboinensis) lives only on crinoids and adapts its coloration to match that of its host, Great Barrier Reef, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00153192 Ambon Shrimp (Periclimenes amboinensis) lives only on crinoids and adapts its coloration to match that of its host, Great Barrier Reef, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Long-tailed Pangolin (Uromanis tetradactyla) unfurling itself from protective posture, Lokoue Bai. Odzala-Kokoua National Park, Republic of Congo
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90720611 Long-tailed Pangolin (Uromanis tetradactyla) unfurling itself from protective posture, Lokoue Bai. Odzala-Kokoua National Park, Republic of Congo© Jabruson
Gerenuk (Litocranius walleri) female standing on hind legs and feeding from a high branch, Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya October  -  Mary Mcdonald/ npl
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90673649 Gerenuk (Litocranius walleri) female standing on hind legs and feeding from a high branch, Samburu Game Reserve, Kenya October© Mary McDonald / NPL
Invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) is caught as part of an effort to help coral reefs adapt to this new predator. Abaco, Bahamas.
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90809817 Invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) is caught as part of an effort to help coral reefs adapt to this new predator. Abaco, Bahamas.© Shane Gross
The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to creating 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008
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90788818 The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to creating 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008© Ashley Cooper
The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban  Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008
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90788812 The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008© Ashley Cooper
The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban  Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008
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90788811 The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008© Ashley Cooper
The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban  Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008
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90788810 The Breach at Alkborough. This is a break in the sea defences flooding farmland to create 150 hectares of wetland protecting urban Humber Estuary, Eastern England, UK August 2008© Ashley Cooper
Photomontage of living gecko feet showing a variety of forms Gecko feet employ very small subdivided filaments to bond with their substrates at the molecular level using Van Der Waals' forces Every sq...  -  Paul D Stewart/ npl
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90690355 Photomontage of living gecko feet showing a variety of forms Gecko feet employ very small subdivided filaments to bond with their substrates at the molecular level using Van Der Waals' forces Every sq...© Paul D Stewart / NPL
Close-up of the front paws of a European Lynx (Lynx lynx) showing the large gap between toes that allows it to move easily in heavy snow, captive, Norway, February  -  Edwin Giesbers/ npl
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90393773 Close-up of the front paws of a European Lynx (Lynx lynx) showing the large gap between toes that allows it to move easily in heavy snow, captive, Norway, February© Edwin Giesbers / NPL
Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kits with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada  -  Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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00490787 Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kits with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada© Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kits with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada  -  Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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00490786 Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kits with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada© Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kit with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada  -  Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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00490785 Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) kit with ear tag being handled by biologist researching the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada© Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) having blood sampled during project to research the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada  -  Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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00490784 Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) having blood sampled during project to research the animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada© Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) caught in a biologist's cage in study of animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada  -  Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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00490783 Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) caught in a biologist's cage in study of animals' ability to adapt to global warming, Yukon, Canada© Philippe Henry/ Biosphoto
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