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Midge (Chironomidae) able to survive in low oxygen environments, Spain  -  Albert Lleal
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00780046 Midge (Chironomidae) able to survive in low oxygen environments, Spain© Albert Lleal
Lontar Palm (Borassus flabellifer) can survive the occasional fire, Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620426 Lontar Palm (Borassus flabellifer) can survive the occasional fire, Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia© Cyril Ruoso
Mango (Mangifera pajang) seedling that has just germinated on the forest floor and will only survive to maturity if a gap opens in the canopy above, Gunung Braang, Padawan, Malaysia  -  Ch'ien Lee
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00450980 Mango (Mangifera pajang) seedling that has just germinated on the forest floor and will only survive to maturity if a gap opens in the canopy above, Gunung Braang, Padawan, Malaysia© Chien Lee
Western Nimba Toad (Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis) unique among amphibians to give birth to live, fully formed young toads, allowing it to survive in environments with unpredictable availability of wat...  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298097 Western Nimba Toad (Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis) unique among amphibians to give birth to live, fully formed young toads, allowing it to survive in environments with unpredictable availability of wat...© Piotr Naskrecki
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216880 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216879 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216878 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216877 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching in tree, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216876 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216875 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216872 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216871 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching atop a cactus, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216870 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching atop a cactus, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching atop a cactus, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216869 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) perching atop a cactus, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216868 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) portrait, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216866 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) portrait, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Blackfin Icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) blood contains antifreeze to survive in -2 degrees Celsius temperatures, Anvers Island, Antarctica  -  Norbert Wu
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00135229 Blackfin Icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) blood contains antifreeze to survive in -2 degrees Celsius temperatures, Anvers Island, Antarctica© Norbert Wu
Ant (Formicidae) queen unable to survive in the Borage (Boraginaceae) tree due to fungus, Peru  -  Mark Moffett
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00129413 Ant (Formicidae) queen unable to survive in the Borage (Boraginaceae) tree due to fungus, Peru© Mark Moffett
Ant (Formicidae) queen unable to survive in the Borage (Boraginaceae) tree due to fungus, Peru  -  Mark Moffett
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00129412 Ant (Formicidae) queen unable to survive in the Borage (Boraginaceae) tree due to fungus, Peru© Mark Moffett
Ice flower, these desert plants expel moisture from roots to survive winter, Ladakh, Himalayas, northwest India  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00260415 Ice flower, these desert plants expel moisture from roots to survive winter, Ladakh, Himalayas, northwest India© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
Ice flower, these desert plants expel moisture from roots to survive winter, Ladakh, Himalayas, northwest India  -  Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
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00260414 Ice flower, these desert plants expel moisture from roots to survive winter, Ladakh, Himalayas, northwest India© Colin Monteath/ Hedgehog House
Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) male perched amid snow-covered branches, New York, USA, February.
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90814321 Northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) male perched amid snow-covered branches, New York, USA, February.© Marie Read
Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) dead chicks, which were rescued after being found in road but did not survive, International Bird Rescue, Fairfield, California
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00555884 Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) dead chicks, which were rescued after being found in road but did not survive, International Bird Rescue, Fairfield, California© Suzi Eszterhas
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216874 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216873 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil  -  Pete Oxford
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00216867 Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) pair, feeding on palm nuts, less than 500 survive in the wild, Brazil© Pete Oxford
Tri-spine horseshoe crab (Tachypleus tridentatus) juvenile aged two years, in fifth instar, beside 5 Yen coin for scale. Endangered species due to habitat loss and over-harvesting for food and biochem...
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90854068 Tri-spine horseshoe crab (Tachypleus tridentatus) juvenile aged two years, in fifth instar, beside 5 Yen coin for scale. Endangered species due to habitat loss and over-harvesting for food and biochem...©
Pine (Pinus sp) forest with dead trees killed by Mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae), below snow capped mountain. Warmer weather due to climate change means the beetle is more likely to sur...
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90851337 Pine (Pinus sp) forest with dead trees killed by Mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae), below snow capped mountain. Warmer weather due to climate change means the beetle is more likely to sur...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...
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90850734 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...
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90850733 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...
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90850731 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack a hornet, they cover it, heat their own bodie...
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90850653 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack a hornet, they cover it, heat their own bodie...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack a hornet, they cover it, heat their own bodie...
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90850606 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack a hornet, they cover it, heat their own bodie...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...
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90850596 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...©
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...
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90850592 Honey bees (Apis mellifera) attacking a hornet (Vespa crabro). Honeybees survive a 1 degree Celsius higher body temperature than hornets. When they attack the hornet, they cover it, heat their own bod...©
Adult female polar bear (second from left) and her 24-month-old triplets (very unusual for all three to survive), hunting on the sea ice.
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90844765 Adult female polar bear (second from left) and her 24-month-old triplets (very unusual for all three to survive), hunting on the sea ice.©
GaiaZOO European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) Breeding Program: enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own a...
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90842477 GaiaZOO European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) Breeding Program: enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own a...© Edwin Giesbers
GaiaZOO European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) Breeding Program: enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own a...
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90842476 GaiaZOO European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) Breeding Program: enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own a...© Edwin Giesbers
Keepers checking on European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in enclosures at the extended breeding program at GaiaZOO. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own at the mome...
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90842463 Keepers checking on European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in enclosures at the extended breeding program at GaiaZOO. This is necessary because the wild population cannot survive on its own at the mome...© Edwin Giesbers
European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) interacting through fenced enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate, part of a breeding program. This is necessary because the wild populati...
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90842432 European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) interacting through fenced enclosure setup to determine if the hamsters are ready to mate, part of a breeding program. This is necessary because the wild populati...© Edwin Giesbers
Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....
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90839692 Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....© Doug Perrine
Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....
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90839691 Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....© Doug Perrine
Mitchell fan palm (Livistona eastonii) trees planted in woodland which had been burnt for pastoral purposes. Palm seedlings do not survive yearly fires so no new young palms grow into the woodland, Ki...
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90838818 Mitchell fan palm (Livistona eastonii) trees planted in woodland which had been burnt for pastoral purposes. Palm seedlings do not survive yearly fires so no new young palms grow into the woodland, Ki...© Jiri Lochman
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832699 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832695 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832694 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832693 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832692 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean
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90832691 Coral reef habitat with mixed corals and fish. In the Aldabra lagoon there is no strong tidal current, this means very brittle coral can survive here, Aldabra, Indian Ocean© Willem Kolvoort
?Lyn Watson from the Australian Dingo Foundation with one of her pure-bred ambassador Dingoes (Canis lupus dingo or Canis dingo), 'Aussie'. ??Misunderstood and often persecuted, the dingo is n...
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90827200 ?Lyn Watson from the Australian Dingo Foundation with one of her pure-bred ambassador Dingoes (Canis lupus dingo or Canis dingo), 'Aussie'. ??Misunderstood and often persecuted, the dingo is n...© Doug Gimesy
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