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Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) digging in sand, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00547078 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) digging in sand, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) pair fighting, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00547076 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) pair fighting, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Bladed Fire Coral (Millepora Complanata) causes sting on contact, Belize Barrier Reef, Belize  -  Pete Oxford
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00451984 Bladed Fire Coral (Millepora Complanata) causes sting on contact, Belize Barrier Reef, Belize© Pete Oxford
Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00977174 Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau© Norbert Wu
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) stings with barb on tail, Fiji  -  Norbert Wu
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00977130 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) stings with barb on tail, Fiji© Norbert Wu
Corallimorpharian (Metarhodacis sp) closely related to Sea Anemones, has very painful sting, Papua New Guinea  -  Norbert Wu
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00977102 Corallimorpharian (Metarhodacis sp) closely related to Sea Anemones, has very painful sting, Papua New Guinea© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza sp) and young Jack (Carangidae) , which are immune to the Jellyfish's sting and often hide among the tentacles for protection, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia  -  Chris Newbert
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00971130 Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza sp) and young Jack (Carangidae) , which are immune to the Jellyfish's sting and often hide among the tentacles for protection, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia© Chris Newbert
Bullet Ant (Paraponera clavata) with wings, most painful sting of all ants, Panama  -  Mark Moffett
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00751145 Bullet Ant (Paraponera clavata) with wings, most painful sting of all ants, Panama© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) is killed by a sting from a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750738 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) is killed by a sting from a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California© Mark Moffett
Cicada Killer Wasp (Sphecius speciosus) female flying, these solitary wasps paralyze cicadias with their sting which are then used as food to rear their young  -  Michael Durham
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00640317 Cicada Killer Wasp (Sphecius speciosus) female flying, these solitary wasps paralyze cicadias with their sting which are then used as food to rear their young© Michael Durham
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis), Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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00569948 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis), Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis), Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Fred Bavendam
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00538643 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis), Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Fred Bavendam
Cup Moth (Limacodidae) aposematically colored caterpillar with spines that can deliver an extremely painful sting, Atewa Range Forest Reserve, Ghana  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00477511 Cup Moth (Limacodidae) aposematically colored caterpillar with spines that can deliver an extremely painful sting, Atewa Range Forest Reserve, Ghana© Piotr Naskrecki
Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) with fine hairs that contain nematocysts which sting on contact, Belize Barrier Reef, Belize  -  Pete Oxford
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00451992 Fire Coral (Millepora alcicornis) with fine hairs that contain nematocysts which sting on contact, Belize Barrier Reef, Belize© Pete Oxford
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) buried in the sand, Bali, Indonesia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00437534 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) buried in the sand, Bali, Indonesia© Fred Bavendam
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) on ocean floor, Bali, Indonesia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00437533 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) on ocean floor, Bali, Indonesia© Fred Bavendam
Cup Moth (Limacodidae) caterpillar with spines that can deliver an extremely painful sting, Virachey National Park, Cambodia  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427001 Cup Moth (Limacodidae) caterpillar with spines that can deliver an extremely painful sting, Virachey National Park, Cambodia© Piotr Naskrecki
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) in surf, Flour Beach, Floreana Island, Galapagos Island, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00210730 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) in surf, Flour Beach, Floreana Island, Galapagos Island, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) group in surf, Flour Beach, Floreana Island, Galapagos Island, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00210729 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) group in surf, Flour Beach, Floreana Island, Galapagos Island, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) lying on the bottom of the ocean floor, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Fred Bavendam
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00154091 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) lying on the bottom of the ocean floor, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Fred Bavendam
Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) warning sign notifying swimmers that sting can be fatal, Queensland, Australia  -  Norbert Wu
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00136083 Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) warning sign notifying swimmers that sting can be fatal, Queensland, Australia© Norbert Wu
Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) sting can be fatal, Queensland, Australia  -  Norbert Wu
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00136082 Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) sting can be fatal, Queensland, Australia© Norbert Wu
Hula Skirt Siphonophore (Physophora hydrostatica) colonial animal, tentacles sting powerfully, grows to 41 cm, inhabits the Arctic Ocean and Pacific Ocean  -  Norbert Wu
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00135812 Hula Skirt Siphonophore (Physophora hydrostatica) colonial animal, tentacles sting powerfully, grows to 41 cm, inhabits the Arctic Ocean and Pacific Ocean© Norbert Wu
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) has a powerful sting as opposed to their stingless cousins in landlocked Jellyfish Lake, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00135409 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) has a powerful sting as opposed to their stingless cousins in landlocked Jellyfish Lake, Palau© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) in landlocked Jellyfish Lake have lost their sting, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00135408 Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) in landlocked Jellyfish Lake have lost their sting, Palau© Norbert Wu
Hula Skirt Siphonophore (Physophora hydrostatica) colonial animal, tentacles sting powerfully, grows to 41 cm, inhabits the Arctic Ocean and Pacific Ocean  -  Norbert Wu
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00135086 Hula Skirt Siphonophore (Physophora hydrostatica) colonial animal, tentacles sting powerfully, grows to 41 cm, inhabits the Arctic Ocean and Pacific Ocean© Norbert Wu
Marine Fireworm (Hermodice carunculata), a bristleworm with a painful sting, Azores, Portugal  -  Hans Leijnse/ NiS
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70041282 Marine Fireworm (Hermodice carunculata), a bristleworm with a painful sting, Azores, Portugal© Hans Leijnse/ NiS
Toothed Wrack (Fucus serratus), Clam Worm (Nereis pelagica), Butterfish (Pholis gunnellus), etc showing diversityh of North Sea marine life, Oosterschelde National Park, Netherlands
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00562550 Toothed Wrack (Fucus serratus), Clam Worm (Nereis pelagica), Butterfish (Pholis gunnellus), etc showing diversityh of North Sea marine life, Oosterschelde National Park, Netherlands© Nico van Kappel/ Buiten-beeld
American Sting Winkle (Urosalpinx cinerea) an invasive species in Europe, Sint Maartensdijk, Netherlands  -  Mark van Veen/ Buiten-beeld
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00515742 American Sting Winkle (Urosalpinx cinerea) an invasive species in Europe, Sint Maartensdijk, Netherlands© Mark van Veen/ Buiten-beeld
Black hairy thicktailed scorpion (Parabuthus villosus), Namib Desert, Namibia, April
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90814895 Black hairy thicktailed scorpion (Parabuthus villosus), Namib Desert, Namibia, April© Ann & Steve Toon
Mute Swans (Cygnus olor) resting on ice after sunset. Baltic Sea, northern Estonia, March.
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90719975 Mute Swans (Cygnus olor) resting on ice after sunset. Baltic Sea, northern Estonia, March.© Sven Zacek,Sven Zacek
Close-up of the tail and the sting of a Round ribbontail ray (Taeniura meyeni) coast of Dhofar and Hallaniyat islands, Oman Arabian Sea  -  Pascal Kobeh/ npl
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90672827 Close-up of the tail and the sting of a Round ribbontail ray (Taeniura meyeni) coast of Dhofar and Hallaniyat islands, Oman Arabian Sea© Pascal Kobeh / NPL
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) emerging from sand as a means to escape danger, Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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00569950 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) emerging from sand as a means to escape danger, Tower Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) digging in sand, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador  -  Pete Oxford
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00547077 Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis brevis) digging in sand, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador© Pete Oxford
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) swimming over ocean floor, New South Wales, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00538646 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) swimming over ocean floor, New South Wales, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) swimming over reef, New South Wales, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00538645 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) swimming over reef, New South Wales, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) on sand bottom, Bali, Indonesia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00538644 Blue-spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii) on sand bottom, Bali, Indonesia© Fred Bavendam
Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00135407 Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau© Norbert Wu
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) sting left in human skin after stinging, Germany
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90850658 Honey bee (Apis mellifera) sting left in human skin after stinging, Germany©
Bark Scorpion {Centruroides exilicauda} close-up of telson (stinger) Arizona, USA.
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90846190 Bark Scorpion {Centruroides exilicauda} close-up of telson (stinger) Arizona, USA.©
Bark scorpion (Centruroides exilicauda), close-up of telson / stinger, Arizona, USA, July.
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90838218 Bark scorpion (Centruroides exilicauda), close-up of telson / stinger, Arizona, USA, July.© John Cancalosi
Decorator crab (Majidae) covered with hydroid polyps, providing camouflage and defensive sting. On Soft coral (Alcyonacea). Pantar, Alor Archipelago, Indonesia; November, 2006
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90822643 Decorator crab (Majidae) covered with hydroid polyps, providing camouflage and defensive sting. On Soft coral (Alcyonacea). Pantar, Alor Archipelago, Indonesia; November, 2006© David Hall
Anti-poaching guard keeps watch over an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) as it reclines in the shade to cool down while foraging for ants during a managed release back into th...
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90817901 Anti-poaching guard keeps watch over an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) as it reclines in the shade to cool down while foraging for ants during a managed release back into th...© Neil Aldridge
Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. More pangolins are illegally trafficked than...
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90817899 Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. More pangolins are illegally trafficked than...© Neil Aldridge
Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. This pangolin was rescued during a sting oper...
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90817898 Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. This pangolin was rescued during a sting oper...© Neil Aldridge
Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. This pangolin was rescued during a sting oper...
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90817897 Tail of an adult Temminck's Ground Pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) showing the scales that make pangolins the world's most illegally trafficked mammal. This pangolin was rescued during a sting oper...© Neil Aldridge
Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging for ants during a managed release back into the wild following its rehabilitation at the Rhino Revolution facility, Limpopo Province, South...
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90817896 Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging for ants during a managed release back into the wild following its rehabilitation at the Rhino Revolution facility, Limpopo Province, South...© Neil Aldridge
Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-p...
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90817895 Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-p...© Neil Aldridge
Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-p...
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90817894 Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) foraging during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-p...© Neil Aldridge
Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) forages during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-po...
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90817893 Temminck's ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) forages during a soft release from the Rhino Revolution rehabilitation facility in South Africa. This pangolin was saved from poachers in an anti-po...© Neil Aldridge
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