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Costa Rica Brook Frog (Duellmanohyla uranochroa) population numbers have been affected by climate change, Costa Rica  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511666 Costa Rica Brook Frog (Duellmanohyla uranochroa) population numbers have been affected by climate change, Costa Rica© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Takahe (Porphyrio mantelli) population numbers displayed in chart on computer screen, New Zealand  -  Stephen Belcher
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70054225 Takahe (Porphyrio mantelli) population numbers displayed in chart on computer screen, New Zealand© Stephen Belcher
Mite (Blattisocius tarsalis) SEM close-up view of individual predating on eggs of Indian Meal Moth (Plodia interpunctella), this species is used to control population sizes of the moth, seen at 70x ma...  -  Albert Lleal
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00780266 Mite (Blattisocius tarsalis) SEM close-up view of individual predating on eggs of Indian Meal Moth (Plodia interpunctella), this species is used to control population sizes of the moth, seen at 70x ma...© Albert Lleal
Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) denning habitat of the Western Hudson Bay population, vulnerable, Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada  -  Suzi Eszterhas
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00761338 Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) denning habitat of the Western Hudson Bay population, vulnerable, Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada© Suzi Eszterhas
Spruce (Picea sp) trees and lakeshore make up Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) denning habitat of the Western Hudson Bay population, Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada  -  Suzi Eszterhas
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00761337 Spruce (Picea sp) trees and lakeshore make up Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) denning habitat of the Western Hudson Bay population, Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada© Suzi Eszterhas
Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute eating a worm, Austria  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00621612 Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute eating a worm, Austria© Cyril Ruoso
Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute, Austria  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00621611 Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute, Austria© Cyril Ruoso
Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute, showing head crest, Austria  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00621610 Waldrapp (Geronticus eremita) adult from small free population near the Konrad Lorentz Institute, showing head crest, Austria© Cyril Ruoso
Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) adult weighed by researchers trying to determine the decline of the bird population in Europe, Picardie, France  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620580 Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) adult weighed by researchers trying to determine the decline of the bird population in Europe, Picardie, France© Cyril Ruoso
Costa Rica Brook Frog (Duellmanohyla uranochroa) population numbers have been affected by climate change, Costa Rica  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00511678 Costa Rica Brook Frog (Duellmanohyla uranochroa) population numbers have been affected by climate change, Costa Rica© Michael & Patricia Fogden
Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) showing white feet often found in the Alaska and Yukon population, Haines, Alaska  -  Matthias Breiter
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00452271 Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis) showing white feet often found in the Alaska and Yukon population, Haines, Alaska© Matthias Breiter
Phorid Fly (Pseudacteon obtusus) female flies above Red Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis invicta) searching for an ant to implant an egg which eventually kills the ant, the fly is now used to help contr...  -  Michael Durham
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00442509 Phorid Fly (Pseudacteon obtusus) female flies above Red Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis invicta) searching for an ant to implant an egg which eventually kills the ant, the fly is now used to help contr...© Michael Durham
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin to determine the reasons why the population is in decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439040 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin to determine the reasons why the population is in decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) banded by Nic Huin, for a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439039 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) banded by Nic Huin, for a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin for a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439037 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin for a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) group marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439035 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) group marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) nesting group marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Sau nders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439034 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) nesting group marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Sau nders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Saunders Island,  Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439031 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) marked by Nic Huin for study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Red-footed Booby (Sula sula) white morph represents only five percent of the Galapagos population but is reverse elsewhere, Genovesa Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Tui De Roy
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00143103 Red-footed Booby (Sula sula) white morph represents only five percent of the Galapagos population but is reverse elsewhere, Genovesa Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Tui De Roy
Puna Flamingo (Phoenicopterus jamesi) rare, flock wading in Laguna Colorada, main population lives in high elevation lakes in the Andean altiplano above 4,000 meters elevation, Bolivia  -  Tui De Roy
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00143078 Puna Flamingo (Phoenicopterus jamesi) rare, flock wading in Laguna Colorada, main population lives in high elevation lakes in the Andean altiplano above 4,000 meters elevation, Bolivia© Tui De Roy
Long-finned Pilot Whale (Globicephala melas) largest male in stranded population of 65, volunteers keep animals cool while waiting for rising tide, Golden Bay, New Zealand  -  Tui De Roy
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00140519 Long-finned Pilot Whale (Globicephala melas) largest male in stranded population of 65, volunteers keep animals cool while waiting for rising tide, Golden Bay, New Zealand© Tui De Roy
Feral Dog (Canis familiaris) standing on lava field, wild population established over a century ago, Isabella Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Tui De Roy
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00140086 Feral Dog (Canis familiaris) standing on lava field, wild population established over a century ago, Isabella Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Tui De Roy
Feral Dog (Canis familiaris) walking over lava field, wild population established over a century ago, Isabella Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Tui De Roy
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00140085 Feral Dog (Canis familiaris) walking over lava field, wild population established over a century ago, Isabella Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Tui De Roy
Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) population explosion, venomous starfish feed on and damage coral reefs, cause of explosion is a mystery, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00135706 Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) population explosion, venomous starfish feed on and damage coral reefs, cause of explosion is a mystery, Palau© Norbert Wu
Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) are cleared by Ron Leidich since they damage coral reefs, cause of population explosion is unknown, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00135677 Crown-of-thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) are cleared by Ron Leidich since they damage coral reefs, cause of population explosion is unknown, Palau© Norbert Wu
Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) caught in fishing net, population is threatened by overfishing, worldwide, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean sea  -  Norbert Wu
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00135673 Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) caught in fishing net, population is threatened by overfishing, worldwide, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean sea© Norbert Wu
Farallon Islands, 20 miles from San Francisco, supports a large population of Great White Sharks, Farallon Islands, California  -  Norbert Wu
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00135509 Farallon Islands, 20 miles from San Francisco, supports a large population of Great White Sharks, Farallon Islands, California© Norbert Wu
Purple Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) barrens, population explosion destroys once lush Kelp forest, southern California  -  Norbert Wu
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00135175 Purple Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) barrens, population explosion destroys once lush Kelp forest, southern California© Norbert Wu
Kea (Nestor notabilis) conservation sign placed throughout Southern Alps to help protect threatened kea population, Milford Sound, New Zealand  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00438707 Kea (Nestor notabilis) conservation sign placed throughout Southern Alps to help protect threatened kea population, Milford Sound, New Zealand© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
Canada Goose (Branta canadensis) with a neck band for population monitoring, Arkemheen, Gelderland, Netherlands  -  Jan Sleurink/ NiS
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70027384 Canada Goose (Branta canadensis) with a neck band for population monitoring, Arkemheen, Gelderland, Netherlands© Jan Sleurink/ NiS
Hammer Headed bats (Hypsignathus monstrosus) in gloved hand - live mist net catch for blood sampling in search of the unknown reservoir host for Ebola virus. Ebola outbreaks in Mbomo in 2003 killed 12...
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90731304 Hammer Headed bats (Hypsignathus monstrosus) in gloved hand - live mist net catch for blood sampling in search of the unknown reservoir host for Ebola virus. Ebola outbreaks in Mbomo in 2003 killed 12...© Jabruson
Julia Coats of the Animal and Plant Health Agency releasing Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) back into River Otter. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Tak...
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90725731 Julia Coats of the Animal and Plant Health Agency releasing Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) back into River Otter. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Tak...© Nick Upton
Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) entering the River Otter after release. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Taken on the second day of Beaver releases aft...
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90722741 Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) entering the River Otter after release. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Taken on the second day of Beaver releases aft...© Nick Upton
Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) swimming in River Otter after release. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Taken on the second day of Beaver releases afte...
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90722740 Eurasian beaver (Castor fiber) swimming in River Otter after release. Part of escaped population re-released to the wild following veterinary check ups. Taken on the second day of Beaver releases afte...© Nick Upton
Norway lemming (Lemmus lemmus) jumping aggressively, during the lemming population explosion, Vauldalen, Norway, May, 2011.
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90704663 Norway lemming (Lemmus lemmus) jumping aggressively, during the lemming population explosion, Vauldalen, Norway, May, 2011.© Erlend Haarberg
Scientists taking a small sample or fin clip from a Clanwilliam sandfish (Labeo seeberi) for genetic analysis at the University of Stellenbosch The conservation management plan for this species aims t...  -  Cheryl-Samantha Owen/ npl
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90675367 Scientists taking a small sample or fin clip from a Clanwilliam sandfish (Labeo seeberi) for genetic analysis at the University of Stellenbosch The conservation management plan for this species aims t...© Cheryl-Samantha Owen / NPL
Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vu...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401473 Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vu...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Preparation of anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the popula...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401472 Preparation of anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the popula...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here with some of its aliases, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vultu...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401471 Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here with some of its aliases, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vultu...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Carcass of cow with scavenging Thick billed crows (Corvus macrorhynchos) and feral dog Haryana, India March 2005 The population crash of wild vultures in the Indian subcontinent has caused concerns ab...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401470 Carcass of cow with scavenging Thick billed crows (Corvus macrorhynchos) and feral dog Haryana, India March 2005 The population crash of wild vultures in the Indian subcontinent has caused concerns ab...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Aerial view of slum areas surrounded by luxury apartments, offices and airport, India, February  -  Roger Tidman/ FLPA
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80182463 Aerial view of slum areas surrounded by luxury apartments, offices and airport, India, February© Roger Tidman / FLPA
Aerial view of slum areas surrounded by luxury apartments and offices, India, February  -  Roger Tidman/ FLPA
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80182462 Aerial view of slum areas surrounded by luxury apartments and offices, India, February© Roger Tidman / FLPA
Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) adult male and female, in breeding colours, swimming underwater in river flowing into glacial lake during spawning migration, River Liza, Ennerdale Water, Lake Distric...  -  Jack Perks/ FLPA
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80166773 Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) adult male and female, in breeding colours, swimming underwater in river flowing into glacial lake during spawning migration, River Liza, Ennerdale Water, Lake Distric...© Jack Perks / FLPA
Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) egg held by by Nic Huin, part a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands  -  Pete Oxford
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00439036 Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophrys) egg held by by Nic Huin, part a study on population decline, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands© Pete Oxford
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) female with joey in pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. June.
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90857460 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) female with joey in pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. June.©
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) female with joey in pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. June.
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90857459 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) female with joey in pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. June.©
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) male viewed through vegetation, portrait. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.
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90857458 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) male viewed through vegetation, portrait. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.©
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) male in woodland. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.
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90857457 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) male in woodland. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.©
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) rear view of female with joey peering out of pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.
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90857456 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) rear view of female with joey peering out of pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.©
Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) joey in mother's pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.
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90857455 Red-necked wallaby (Macropus rufogriseus) joey in mother's pouch. Wallaby population naturalised after escaping from an animal park. Rambouillet forest, France. May.©
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