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Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) emerging from crossing the Mara river on migration, Masai Mara GR, Kenya Wildebeest migrate annually a marathon distance of 1,000 miles!  -  Anup Shah/ npl
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90678842 Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) emerging from crossing the Mara river on migration, Masai Mara GR, Kenya Wildebeest migrate annually a marathon distance of 1,000 miles!© Anup Shah / NPL
Sooty Tern (Sterna fuscata) in flight, Ascension Island, South Atlantic Ocean ) The sooty tern can fly without stopping for five years! It eats and sleeps on the wing and only lands when it is time to...  -  Kerstin Hinze/ npl
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90208146 Sooty Tern (Sterna fuscata) in flight, Ascension Island, South Atlantic Ocean ) The sooty tern can fly without stopping for five years! It eats and sleeps on the wing and only lands when it is time to...© Kerstin Hinze / NPL
Indian elephant (Elephas maximus) pulling log Western Ghats, India Depending on their size, elephants can lift between 200-400kg with their trunks They would win a bronze weight lifting medal in an an...  -  John Downer/ npl
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90198179 Indian elephant (Elephas maximus) pulling log Western Ghats, India Depending on their size, elephants can lift between 200-400kg with their trunks They would win a bronze weight lifting medal in an an...© John Downer / NPL
Male Pronghorn antelope running (Antilocapra americana) Hart mtn NWR, Oregon, USA The proghorn has a maximum speed of 55mph but can also cruise at 40mph for as long as 30 minutes; the animal equivalen...  -  Michael Durham/ npl
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90195334 Male Pronghorn antelope running (Antilocapra americana) Hart mtn NWR, Oregon, USA The proghorn has a maximum speed of 55mph but can also cruise at 40mph for as long as 30 minutes; the animal equivalen...© Michael Durham / NPL
Red kangaroo female bounding towards camera (Macropus rufus) NSW, Australia The kangaroo can jump 13m (the length of a bus) from a standing start the human record is 895m Kangaroos would win a bronze...  -  Dave Watts/ npl
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90194885 Red kangaroo female bounding towards camera (Macropus rufus) NSW, Australia The kangaroo can jump 13m (the length of a bus) from a standing start the human record is 895m Kangaroos would win a bronze...© Dave Watts / NPL
Leatherback turtle with pilot fish (Dermochelys coriacea) Azores, North Atlantic Ocean Leatherback turtles migrate annually a distance of 12,774 miles, the longest marathon on earth!  -  Doug Perrine/ npl
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90190857 Leatherback turtle with pilot fish (Dermochelys coriacea) Azores, North Atlantic Ocean Leatherback turtles migrate annually a distance of 12,774 miles, the longest marathon on earth!© Doug Perrine / NPL
Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) migrating Digital composite, captive Monarch butterflies migrate annually a marathon distance of 5,000 miles!  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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90187461 Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) migrating Digital composite, captive Monarch butterflies migrate annually a marathon distance of 5,000 miles!© Kim Taylor / NPL
Male Red kangaroos fighting (Macropus rufus) Sturt NP, New South Wales Australia Red kangaroos are the heavyweight boxing champions of the animal world!  -  Owen Newman/ npl
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90186128 Male Red kangaroos fighting (Macropus rufus) Sturt NP, New South Wales Australia Red kangaroos are the heavyweight boxing champions of the animal world!© Owen Newman / NPL
Blue winged grasshopper flying (Oedipoda caerulescens) Sardinia Grasshoppers are capable of a mighty 1m long jump, the human equivalent of a football pitch in a single bound They would win a gold meda...  -  Dietmar Nill/ npl
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90181336 Blue winged grasshopper flying (Oedipoda caerulescens) Sardinia Grasshoppers are capable of a mighty 1m long jump, the human equivalent of a football pitch in a single bound They would win a gold meda...© Dietmar Nill / NPL
Bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) Kushimoto Tuna Farm Japan Bluefin tuna can swim at speeds of 50mph, they would win a silver swimming medal in an animal olympics competition  -  Martha Holmes/ npl
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90179119 Bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) Kushimoto Tuna Farm Japan Bluefin tuna can swim at speeds of 50mph, they would win a silver swimming medal in an animal olympics competition© Martha Holmes / NPL
Sperm whale mother and calf (Physester macrocephalus) North Atlantic, NB peeling skin from rubbing against other whales Sperm whales can dive to a depth of 3,000m and hold their breath for 2 hours! Hu...  -  Doug Perrine/ npl
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90179094 Sperm whale mother and calf (Physester macrocephalus) North Atlantic, NB peeling skin from rubbing against other whales Sperm whales can dive to a depth of 3,000m and hold their breath for 2 hours! Hu...© Doug Perrine / NPL
Mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus) Papua New Guinea Mantis shrimp use their front legs to break the shells of their prey with a force 8,000 times that of gravity If a human boxer had the same ca...  -  David Hall/ npl
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90158598 Mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus) Papua New Guinea Mantis shrimp use their front legs to break the shells of their prey with a force 8,000 times that of gravity If a human boxer had the same ca...© DAVID HALL / NPL
Peregrine falcon in flight (Falco peregrinus) Captive, England, UK Peregrines have been recorded at speeds of 217mph in an attack dive, more than nine times the maximum speed of a human (27mph) Peregr...  -  Mark Payne-Gill/ npl
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90150593 Peregrine falcon in flight (Falco peregrinus) Captive, England, UK Peregrines have been recorded at speeds of 217mph in an attack dive, more than nine times the maximum speed of a human (27mph) Peregr...© Mark Payne-Gill / NPL
The torchlight procession at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK  -  Nick Turner/ npl
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90032352 The torchlight procession at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK© Nick Turner / NPL
Shin kicking at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK  -  Nick Turner/ npl
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90025348 Shin kicking at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK© Nick Turner / NPL
Robert Dover dressed in historical costume at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK  -  Nick Turner/ npl
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90017551 Robert Dover dressed in historical costume at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK© Nick Turner / NPL
Fireworks at the torchlight procession of the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK  -  Nick Turner/ npl
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90011349 Fireworks at the torchlight procession of the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK© Nick Turner / NPL
Shin kicking at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event, Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK  -  Nick Turner/ npl
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90010643 Shin kicking at the Cotswold Olympicks, a medieval custom and sporting event, Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire, UK© Nick Turner / NPL
Entrance to new sand and gravel quarry, to cater for Olympics demand for aggregates, West Stafford, Dorset, England, may  -  Nicholas and Sherry Lu Aldridge/
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80093161 Entrance to new sand and gravel quarry, to cater for Olympics demand for aggregates, West Stafford, Dorset, England, may© Nicholas and Sherry Lu Aldridge / FLPA
Australia Olympic Stadium, Summer Olympics, Homebush Bay, Sydney  -  Mark Newman/ FLPA
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80015226 Australia Olympic Stadium, Summer Olympics, Homebush Bay, Sydney© Mark Newman / FLPA
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