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Vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) at 4,300 meter elevation, an alert male surveys his territory, Apurimac, Peruvian Andes, Peru  -  Mark Jones
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00141941 Vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) at 4,300 meter elevation, an alert male surveys his territory, Apurimac, Peruvian Andes, Peru© Mark Jones
Leopard (Panthera pardus) surveys territory from treetop, Africa  -  Rob Reijnen / NiS
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00279488 Leopard (Panthera pardus) surveys territory from treetop, Africa© Rob Reijnen / NiS
Leopard (Panthera pardus) surveys territory from treetop, Africa  -  Rob Reijnen / NiS
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00279487 Leopard (Panthera pardus) surveys territory from treetop, Africa© Rob Reijnen / NiS
Fish ecologists dragging a fyke net ashore during a survey of fish species, Tankwa River, Tankwa Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa, October 2013 Encouragingly, no non-native fish species were found du...  -  Cheryl-Samantha Owen/ npl
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90675347 Fish ecologists dragging a fyke net ashore during a survey of fish species, Tankwa River, Tankwa Karoo, Western Cape, South Africa, October 2013 Encouragingly, no non-native fish species were found du...© Cheryl-Samantha Owen / NPL
Endemic Clanwilliam sawfin (Barbus serra) measured as part of the Northern Cape Department of Environmental Affairs (DENC) freshwater fish survey Oorlogskloof Nature Reserve, Northern Cape, South Afri...  -  Cheryl-Samantha Owen/ npl
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90675332 Endemic Clanwilliam sawfin (Barbus serra) measured as part of the Northern Cape Department of Environmental Affairs (DENC) freshwater fish survey Oorlogskloof Nature Reserve, Northern Cape, South Afri...© Cheryl-Samantha Owen / NPL
Scientist using plankton net to survey marine fauna Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK, June  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90674919 Scientist using plankton net to survey marine fauna Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK, June© Alex Hyde / NPL
Adult female Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) held in a plastic bag during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673964 Adult female Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) held in a plastic bag during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Litter of young Edible, Fat Dormice (Glis glis) held in a pastic bag temporarily during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673945 Litter of young Edible, Fat Dormice (Glis glis) held in a pastic bag temporarily during a survey in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Adult Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) held temporarily inside a plastic sack it has been tipped into from a nestbox, during a monitoring project in woodland where this European species has become nat...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673927 Adult Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) held temporarily inside a plastic sack it has been tipped into from a nestbox, during a monitoring project in woodland where this European species has become nat...© Nick Upton / NPL
Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673926 Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673925 Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673924 Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) peering out of a nestbox attached to a Beech treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) clinging to a treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673917 Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) clinging to a treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) clinging to a treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90673916 Edible, Fat Dormouse (Glis glis) clinging to a treetrunk in woodland where this European species has become naturalised, Buckinghamshire, UK, August© Nick Upton / NPL
Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus) researcher surveys passing whales, Alaska  -  Flip Nicklin
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00112344 Bowhead Whale (Balaena mysticetus) researcher surveys passing whales, Alaska© Flip Nicklin
Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii) held above a Natterer's bat (Myotis nattereri) for comparison during an autumn swarming survey run by the Wiltshire Bat Group, near Box, Wiltshire, UK, September....
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90871532 Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteinii) held above a Natterer's bat (Myotis nattereri) for comparison during an autumn swarming survey run by the Wiltshire Bat Group, near Box, Wiltshire, UK, September....©
A group of scientists conducts geological surveys in the Rauer Island Group near Davis station, Antarctica, February 2007
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90838417 A group of scientists conducts geological surveys in the Rauer Island Group near Davis station, Antarctica, February 2007© Fred Olivier
African elephant (Loxodonta africana) male surveys the scene before drinking water. Ndutu area, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
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90819484 African elephant (Loxodonta africana) male surveys the scene before drinking water. Ndutu area, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania© Karine Aigner
Hemlock water dropwort stem (Oenanthe crocata) cut by a Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) at a tell-tale 45 degree angle, found during a survey for signs of Water vole activity.  This plant is highly to...
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90767826 Hemlock water dropwort stem (Oenanthe crocata) cut by a Water vole (Arvicola amphibius) at a tell-tale 45 degree angle, found during a survey for signs of Water vole activity. This plant is highly to...© Nick Upton
Footprints of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius), or possibly Brown rats (Rattus norvegicus) pointed out on a muddy river bank, found during a survey for signs of Water voles, near Bude, Cornwall, UK, A...
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90767824 Footprints of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius), or possibly Brown rats (Rattus norvegicus) pointed out on a muddy river bank, found during a survey for signs of Water voles, near Bude, Cornwall, UK, A...© Nick Upton
Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys and checking Field vole burrows at potential release sites for Pine marten (Martes martes) part of Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife...
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90750056 Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys and checking Field vole burrows at potential release sites for Pine marten (Martes martes) part of Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife...© Terry Whittaker
Project Officer Dave Bavin (and his dog Bryn) conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015
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90750042 Project Officer Dave Bavin (and his dog Bryn) conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015© Terry Whittaker
Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, using a wedge prism to measure density of forest, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, W...
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90750041 Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, using a wedge prism to measure density of forest, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, W...© Terry Whittaker
Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, using a wedge prism to measure density of forest, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, W...
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90750040 Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, using a wedge prism to measure density of forest, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, W...© Terry Whittaker
Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015
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90750038 Project Officer Dave Bavin conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites, Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015© Terry Whittaker
Conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites noting Badger track (Meles meles) Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015
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90750037 Conducting woodland surveys at potential release sites noting Badger track (Meles meles) Pine Marten Recovery Project, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Ceredigion, Wales, UK 2015© Terry Whittaker
Sir David Attenborough surveys Saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) while on location for BBC television series The Private Life of Plants, Arizona  -  Neil Nightingale/ npl
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00409425 Sir David Attenborough surveys Saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) while on location for BBC television series The Private Life of Plants, Arizona© Neil Nightingale/ npl
Spined Loach (Cobitis taenia) and (Noemacheilus barbatulus) adults, on ruler in tray during Environment Agency river survey, River Fleet, Nottinghamshire, England, June  -  Jack Perks/ FLPA
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80174725 Spined Loach (Cobitis taenia) and (Noemacheilus barbatulus) adults, on ruler in tray during Environment Agency river survey, River Fleet, Nottinghamshire, England, June© Jack Perks / FLPA
Arachnologist catching spiders with pooter for study purposes, Italy  -  Emanuele Biggi/ FLPA
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80144601 Arachnologist catching spiders with pooter for study purposes, Italy© Emanuele Biggi / FLPA
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90698033 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90698032 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Ian Parker and John Young, volunteers for the Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project (Arvicola amphibius) conducting American mink (Neovison vison) survey using floating raft North Kent Marsh...  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697978 Ian Parker and John Young, volunteers for the Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project (Arvicola amphibius) conducting American mink (Neovison vison) survey using floating raft North Kent Marsh...© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Volunteer for the Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project (Arvicola amphibius) conducting American mink (Neovison vison) survey using floating raft North Kent Marshes, UK, June 2014  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697977 Volunteer for the Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project (Arvicola amphibius) conducting American mink (Neovison vison) survey using floating raft North Kent Marshes, UK, June 2014© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697976 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Chloe Sadler of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697975 Chloe Sadler of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697973 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697972 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697971 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June  -  Terry Whittaker/ npl
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90697970 Louise Allen of Kent Wildlife Trust Water Vole Recovery Project and volunteer Dean Ashby surveying for signs of Water voles (Arvicola amphibius) North Kent Marshes, UK, June© Terry Whittaker / NPL
Students studying Paleoliquefaction features, evidence of paleo-earthquakes, at El Medano beach, South Tenerife, Canary Islands, April 2011  -  Merryn Thomas/ npl
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90689405 Students studying Paleoliquefaction features, evidence of paleo-earthquakes, at El Medano beach, South Tenerife, Canary Islands, April 2011© Merryn Thomas / NPL
Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...  -  Richard Robinson/ npl
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90412137 Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...© Richard Robinson / NPL
Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...  -  Richard Robinson/ npl
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90412131 Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...© Richard Robinson / NPL
Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...  -  Richard Robinson/ npl
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90412126 Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...© Richard Robinson / NPL
Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...  -  Richard Robinson/ npl
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90412125 Abundance survey of the Critically Endangered Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori maui) conducted by the New Zealand Department of Conservation Marine ranger Martin Stanley takes photographs of th...© Richard Robinson / NPL
Close up of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) held in a scientists hand during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Bath and Northeast Somerset, UK, January Model r...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406946 Close up of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) held in a scientists hand during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Bath and Northeast Somerset, UK, January Model r...© Nick Upton / NPL
Bat scientist inspecting the genitalia of a male Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406945 Bat scientist inspecting the genitalia of a male Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released© Nick Upton / NPL
Close up of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) held in a scientists hand during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406944 Close up of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) held in a scientists hand during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released© Nick Upton / NPL
Bat scientist inspecting the wing of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) for damage and parasites during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406943 Bat scientist inspecting the wing of a Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) for damage and parasites during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February...© Nick Upton / NPL
Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) hanging from a mesh strip as it is weighed during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406942 Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) hanging from a mesh strip as it is weighed during a winter hibernation survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wiltshire, UK, February Model released© Nick Upton / NPL
Dr Fiona Mathews holding a long-handled net as co-workers take out a hibernating Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) she has caught with it during a survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wil...  -  Nick Upton/ npl
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90406941 Dr Fiona Mathews holding a long-handled net as co-workers take out a hibernating Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) she has caught with it during a survey in an old Bath stone mine, Wil...© Nick Upton / NPL
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