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European honey bees (Apis mellifera) tending the queen, one licking her to take up her odour, which will spread through the colony via food exchange, such as in the bottom right corner of the image An...  -  MD Kern/ PAJM/ npl
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90401402 European honey bees (Apis mellifera) tending the queen, one licking her to take up her odour, which will spread through the colony via food exchange, such as in the bottom right corner of the image An...© MD Kern / Palo Alto JR Museum / NPL
European honey bees (Apis mellifera) tending the queen, one licking her to take up her odour, which will spread through the colony via food exchange, such as in the bottom right corner of the image An...  -  MD Kern/ PAJM/ npl
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90401399 European honey bees (Apis mellifera) tending the queen, one licking her to take up her odour, which will spread through the colony via food exchange, such as in the bottom right corner of the image An...© MD Kern / Palo Alto JR Museum / NPL
European honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen laying eggs, surrounded by workers who lick her to take up her odour which is spread throughout the colony, captive  -  MD Kern/ PAJM/ npl
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90401378 European honey bee (Apis mellifera) queen laying eggs, surrounded by workers who lick her to take up her odour which is spread throughout the colony, captive© MD Kern / Palo Alto JR Museum / NPL
Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) with snake skin, studies suggest that certain squirrels use odour of shed snakeskins to mask their own odour, Arizona, USA
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90847501 Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) with snake skin, studies suggest that certain squirrels use odour of shed snakeskins to mask their own odour, Arizona, USA©
Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) with snake skin, studies suggest that certain squirrels use odour of shed snakeskins to mask their own odour, Arizona, USA
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90847500 Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus) with snake skin, studies suggest that certain squirrels use odour of shed snakeskins to mask their own odour, Arizona, USA©
Titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum) at Kew Gardens, London, UK. Emits odour at night to attract carrion beetle and flesh fly pollinators. Native to Sumatra, Indonesia.
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90817738 Titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum) at Kew Gardens, London, UK. Emits odour at night to attract carrion beetle and flesh fly pollinators. Native to Sumatra, Indonesia.© Heather Angel
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801614 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801613 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....
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90801612 Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....© Alex Hyde
Cockroach feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help...
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90801608 Cockroach feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help...© Alex Hyde
Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...
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90801607 Moth feeding on Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus), growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disp...© Alex Hyde
Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....
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90801531 Bridal Veil Stinkhorn (Phallus indusiatus) growing on rainforest floor. The fungal fruiting body gives off a pungent odour that attracts a wide range of invertebrates, which help disperse the spores....© Alex Hyde
West African giraffe male smelling female in oestrus (Giraffa camelopardis peralta)  -  Christophe Courteau/ npl
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90212449 West African giraffe male smelling female in oestrus (Giraffa camelopardis peralta)© Christophe Courteau / NPL
West African giraffe male smelling female in oestrus (Giraffa camelopardis peralta)  -  Christophe Courteau/ npl
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90202946 West African giraffe male smelling female in oestrus (Giraffa camelopardis peralta)© Christophe Courteau / NPL
Insect pollinated flowering liana (Pararistolochia flos-avis) Odzala NP Congo  -  Jabruson/ npl
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90161159 Insect pollinated flowering liana (Pararistolochia flos-avis) Odzala NP Congo© Jabruson / NPL
Insect pollinated flowering liana (Pararistolochia flos-avis) Odzala NP Congo  -  Jabruson/ npl
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90161158 Insect pollinated flowering liana (Pararistolochia flos-avis) Odzala NP Congo© Jabruson / NPL
African Forest elephants raise trunks to smell in response to human odour (Loxodonta africana cyclotis) Odzala NP, North West Congo, Central Africa  -  Jabruson/ npl
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90157597 African Forest elephants raise trunks to smell in response to human odour (Loxodonta africana cyclotis) Odzala NP, North West Congo, Central Africa© Jabruson / NPL
European grey wolf (Canis lupus) rolls on Badger prey for odour Abruzzo NP, Italy  -  Angelo Gandolfi/ npl
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90157418 European grey wolf (Canis lupus) rolls on Badger prey for odour Abruzzo NP, Italy© Angelo Gandolfi / NPL
Cuernua (Caralluma burchardii burchardii) close-up of flower, fly attracted to flowers that smell like rotten meat, contributing to pollination, Canary Islands  -  Emanuele Biggi/ FLPA
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80136268 Cuernua (Caralluma burchardii burchardii) close-up of flower, fly attracted to flowers that smell like rotten meat, contributing to pollination, Canary Islands© Emanuele Biggi / FLPA
Flesh Fly (Sarcophaga carnaria) adult female, laying eggs inside Carrion Flower (Stapelia hirsuta), flowers smell like rotten meat to attract pollinators  -  Emanuele Biggi/ FLPA
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80136027 Flesh Fly (Sarcophaga carnaria) adult female, laying eggs inside Carrion Flower (Stapelia hirsuta), flowers smell like rotten meat to attract pollinators© Emanuele Biggi / FLPA
Domestic Dog, West Highland White Terrier and Bearded Collie, sniffing odour from each others glands, meeting outdoors, England  -  Angela Hampton/ FLPA
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80060409 Domestic Dog, West Highland White Terrier and Bearded Collie, sniffing odour from each others glands, meeting outdoors, England© Angela Hampton / FLPA
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