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SEM close-up of a millipede at 70x magnification showing 2 pair of legs per body section, the attribute distinguishing this group from centipedes which have but a single pair of legs per section  -  Albert Lleal
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00780191 SEM close-up of a millipede at 70x magnification showing 2 pair of legs per body section, the attribute distinguishing this group from centipedes which have but a single pair of legs per section© Albert Lleal
SEM close-up of a millipede at 70x magnification showing 2 pair of legs per body section, the attribute distinguishing this group from centipedes which have but a single pair of legs per section  -  Albert Lleal
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00780188 SEM close-up of a millipede at 70x magnification showing 2 pair of legs per body section, the attribute distinguishing this group from centipedes which have but a single pair of legs per section© Albert Lleal
Western Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus hesperus) bat flying over desert scrub, near Pine Creek in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Clarno Unit, Oregon, this is the smallest bat found north of Me...  -  Michael Durham
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00640194 Western Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus hesperus) bat flying over desert scrub, near Pine Creek in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Clarno Unit, Oregon, this is the smallest bat found north of Me...© Michael Durham
Anavilhanas archipelago in the middle of the Rio Negro River which is 24 kilometers wide at this point, Amazon ecosystem, Brazil  -  Claus Meyer
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00300038 Anavilhanas archipelago in the middle of the Rio Negro River which is 24 kilometers wide at this point, Amazon ecosystem, Brazil© Claus Meyer
European Spotted Amber Ladybird (Hippodamia variegata) was accidentaly introduced to South Africa in 1967, this species feeds mostly on aphids, South Africa  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00298632 European Spotted Amber Ladybird (Hippodamia variegata) was accidentaly introduced to South Africa in 1967, this species feeds mostly on aphids, South Africa© Piotr Naskrecki
Giraffe Weevil (Trachelophorus giraffa) only the males have this extraordinary neck like a mechanical digger, females are more modestly proportioned, Analamazoatra Special Reserve or Perinet, Madagasc...  -  Pete Oxford
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00217620 Giraffe Weevil (Trachelophorus giraffa) only the males have this extraordinary neck like a mechanical digger, females are more modestly proportioned, Analamazoatra Special Reserve or Perinet, Madagasc...© Pete Oxford
Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum) at upper Blue Basin, this is a major migratory bird stopover for the Mississippi Flyway, Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee  -  Tim Fitzharris
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00174916 Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum) at upper Blue Basin, this is a major migratory bird stopover for the Mississippi Flyway, Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee© Tim Fitzharris
Weddell Seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) breathing hole is above this ice cave with diver, the cave is filled with Sea Stars (Odontaster validus) that feeds on seal feces, Antarctica  -  Norbert Wu
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00135618 Weddell Seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) breathing hole is above this ice cave with diver, the cave is filled with Sea Stars (Odontaster validus) that feeds on seal feces, Antarctica© Norbert Wu
Giant Pelagic Jellyfish (Pelagia panopyra) many animals are associated with this poisonous floating object, Monterey, California  -  Norbert Wu
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00135150 Giant Pelagic Jellyfish (Pelagia panopyra) many animals are associated with this poisonous floating object, Monterey, California© Norbert Wu
Caribbean Tree Frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) parachuting from tree, this frog holds a cup of air beneath it with its arms as if it were a parachute, leaping to the ground each morning, Puerto Rico  -  Mark Moffett
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00123394 Caribbean Tree Frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) parachuting from tree, this frog holds a cup of air beneath it with its arms as if it were a parachute, leaping to the ground each morning, Puerto Rico© Mark Moffett
Phantasmal Poison Dart Frog (Epipedobates tricolor) near Cuenca, Ecuador this frog exudes epibatidine, a chemical with analgesic qualities two hundred times as powerful as morphine  -  Mark Moffett
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00109069 Phantasmal Poison Dart Frog (Epipedobates tricolor) near Cuenca, Ecuador this frog exudes epibatidine, a chemical with analgesic qualities two hundred times as powerful as morphine© Mark Moffett
Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female held by researcher Mike Meades, this largest Weta species is found only on Little Barrier Island, New Zealand Weta in hand, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091123 Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female held by researcher Mike Meades, this largest Weta species is found only on Little Barrier Island, New Zealand Weta in hand, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) schooling underwater, this small shrimp-like crustacean is the most important zooplankton in the Antarctic food web, Antarctica  -  Flip Nicklin
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00082606 Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba) schooling underwater, this small shrimp-like crustacean is the most important zooplankton in the Antarctic food web, Antarctica© Flip Nicklin
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) this species stings, relative to non-stinging species in lakes, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00977180 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) this species stings, relative to non-stinging species in lakes, Palau© Norbert Wu
Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but it is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep  -  Chris Newbert
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00972645 Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but it is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep© Chris Newbert
Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep  -  Chris Newbert
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00972621 Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep© Chris Newbert
Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep  -  Chris Newbert
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00972620 Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep© Chris Newbert
Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep  -  Chris Newbert
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00972619 Octopus (Octopus sp) in a bottle, this species is unidentified, but is believed to be poisonous, 60 feet deep© Chris Newbert
Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) worker on chain, this animal is used for carrying tourists and patrolling wildlife in Kaziranga National Park, India  -  Theo Allofs
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00781387 Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) worker on chain, this animal is used for carrying tourists and patrolling wildlife in Kaziranga National Park, India© Theo Allofs
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
Copepods such as this make up a significant portion of marine zooplankton, Spain  -  Albert Lleal
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00780158 Copepods such as this make up a significant portion of marine zooplankton, Spain© Albert Lleal
Non-biting Lice feeding on flour, this species infests food products and is commonly found in kitchens, Europe  -  Stephen Dalton
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00771215 Non-biting Lice feeding on flour, this species infests food products and is commonly found in kitchens, Europe© Stephen Dalton
Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, This behavior is thought to reduce predation risk  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760201 Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, This behavior is thought to reduce predation risk© Christian Ziegler
Army Ant (Eciton burchellii) emigration of the colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760198 Army Ant (Eciton burchellii) emigration of the colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, This behavior is thought to reduce predation risk  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760197 Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, This behavior is thought to reduce predation risk© Christian Ziegler
Army Ant (Eciton burchellii) emigration of the colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760190 Army Ant (Eciton burchellii) emigration of the colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) two mating in La Selva, Costa Rica, this species only mates once or twice per year, usually after a huge rain storm at the end of the dry season  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760174 Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) two mating in La Selva, Costa Rica, this species only mates once or twice per year, usually after a huge rain storm at the end of the dry season© Christian Ziegler
Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760172 Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760171 Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Army Ant (Eciton sp) emigration of a colony. This species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760169 Army Ant (Eciton sp) emigration of a colony. This species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760142 Red-eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) on a leaf, in the daytime this species is well camouflaged when it folds all colorful parts under, Soberania National Park, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Army Ant (Eciton sp) colony emigration, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food. Barro Colorado Island, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760141 Army Ant (Eciton sp) colony emigration, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food. Barro Colorado Island, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Army Ant (Eciton hamatum) migration of a colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760136 Army Ant (Eciton hamatum) migration of a colony, this species relocates every night and workers transport the larvae and food, Barro Colorado Island, Panama© Christian Ziegler
Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, this behavior is thought to reduce predation risk  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760131 Misfit Leaf Frog (Agalychnis saltator) parachuting from the canopy to the forest floor, this behavior is thought to reduce predation risk© Christian Ziegler
Six species of butterfly and two species of moth, all members of the (Heliconius ismenius) batesian mimicry ring, the (Heliconius ismenius clarescens) in the middle is considered the original model of...  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760057 Six species of butterfly and two species of moth, all members of the (Heliconius ismenius) batesian mimicry ring, the (Heliconius ismenius clarescens) in the middle is considered the original model of...© Christian Ziegler
Sangrillo (Croton billbergianus) have nectaries on their young leaves that attract Ants and Caterpillars, in this case the Caterpillar of the Yucatan Scintillant (Thisbe irenea) butterfly feeds with a...  -  Christian Ziegler
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00760036 Sangrillo (Croton billbergianus) have nectaries on their young leaves that attract Ants and Caterpillars, in this case the Caterpillar of the Yucatan Scintillant (Thisbe irenea) butterfly feeds with a...© Christian Ziegler
Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera) this orchid mimics female bee so that the male attempts to mate, Northern Jordan  -  Mark Moffett
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00750968 Bee Orchid (Ophrys apifera) this orchid mimics female bee so that the male attempts to mate, Northern Jordan© Mark Moffett
Northern Muriqui (Brachyteles hypoxanthus) group huddling together in a tree near the Caatinga Biological Station where a 2, 365 acre reserve protects this Atlantic Forest, Brazil  -  Mark Moffett
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00750613 Northern Muriqui (Brachyteles hypoxanthus) group huddling together in a tree near the Caatinga Biological Station where a 2, 365 acre reserve protects this Atlantic Forest, Brazil© Mark Moffett
Gum Tree (Eucalyptus sp) stacked lumber cut from plantations of this non-native species which have replaced 7.5 million acres of forest in Brazil, the world's biggest source of Eucalyptus pulp for pap...  -  Mark Moffett
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00750586 Gum Tree (Eucalyptus sp) stacked lumber cut from plantations of this non-native species which have replaced 7.5 million acres of forest in Brazil, the world's biggest source of Eucalyptus pulp for pap...© Mark Moffett
Rainforest interior - this humid jungle is one of the world's oldest rainforest. It has survived untouched by the ice ages for 130 million years, Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia  -  Michael Durham
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00640343 Rainforest interior - this humid jungle is one of the world's oldest rainforest. It has survived untouched by the ice ages for 130 million years, Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia© Michael Durham
Rainforest interior, Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia. This humid jungle is one of the world's oldest rainforest. It has survived, untouched by the ice ages, for 130 million years  -  Michael Durham
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00640342 Rainforest interior, Endau-Rompin National Park, Malaysia. This humid jungle is one of the world's oldest rainforest. It has survived, untouched by the ice ages, for 130 million years© Michael Durham
Western Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus hesperus) in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Clarno Unit, Oregon. This is the smallest bat found north of Mexico  -  Michael Durham
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00640339 Western Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus hesperus) in the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Clarno Unit, Oregon. This is the smallest bat found north of Mexico© Michael Durham
Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysididae) flying, Nature Conservancy's Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in northeast Oregon. This insect, like the cuckoo bird, lays her eggs in the nest of an unsuspecting host  -  Michael Durham
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00640305 Cuckoo Wasp (Chrysididae) flying, Nature Conservancy's Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in northeast Oregon. This insect, like the cuckoo bird, lays her eggs in the nest of an unsuspecting host© Michael Durham
American Elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) male newborn calf less than 24 hours old Newborn calves like this one will lay still and do their best to hide when a threat is perceived, Sled Springs Elk Study...  -  Michael Durham
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00640149 American Elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) male newborn calf less than 24 hours old Newborn calves like this one will lay still and do their best to hide when a threat is perceived, Sled Springs Elk Study...© Michael Durham
American Elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) male newborn calf less than 24 hours old Newborn calves like this one will lay still and do their best to hide when a threat is perceived, Sled Springs Elk Study...  -  Michael Durham
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00640148 American Elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) male newborn calf less than 24 hours old Newborn calves like this one will lay still and do their best to hide when a threat is perceived, Sled Springs Elk Study...© Michael Durham
Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) leg. This bird was banded in Italy recovered in Ebakken, Nigeria  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620685 Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica) leg. This bird was banded in Italy recovered in Ebakken, Nigeria© Cyril Ruoso
Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620557 Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...© Cyril Ruoso
Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620556 Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...© Cyril Ruoso
Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620555 Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) this coat was not confiscated because it was obvious that it is at least 40 years old and was made before the Snow Leopard pelt trade was forbidden, three animals have been...© Cyril Ruoso
Pig-tailed Macaque (Macaca nemestrina) this captive Macaque is trained to pick coconuts, Malaysia  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620427 Pig-tailed Macaque (Macaca nemestrina) this captive Macaque is trained to pick coconuts, Malaysia© Cyril Ruoso
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