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860-291325 - Amazon River Dolphin, Pink River Dolphin or Boto (Inia geoffrensis) , Three wild animals in tannin-rich water , extremely rare picture of wild animals spyhopping ,Threatened species (IUCN Red List), along Rio Negro, Amazon river basin, Amazonas state, Manaus, Brazil, South America
860-291324 - Amazon River Dolphin, Pink River Dolphin or Boto (Inia geoffrensis) , extremely rare picture of wild animal breaching , Threatened species (IUCN Red List), along Rio Negro, Amazon river basin, Amazonas state, Manaus, Brazil, South America
860-291326 - Amazon River Dolphin, Pink River Dolphin or Boto (Inia geoffrensis) , Two wild animals in tannin-rich water , extremely rare picture of wild animals spyhopping ,Threatened species (IUCN Red List), along Rio Negro, Amazon river basin, Amazonas state, Manaus, Brazil, South America
1348-4506 - South America, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of South America. This image in Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area projection was compiled from data acquired by LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites.
1348-4505 - South America At Night, True Colour Satellite Image. True colour satellite image of South America at night. This image in Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area projection was compiled from data acquired by LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites.
1348-4619 - Globe South America, True Colour Satellite Image. Earth. True colour satellite image of the Earth, centred on South America. North is at top. Water is blue, vegetation is green, arid areas are brown, and snow and ice are white. Both land and ocean floor topography are shown. The terrain of South America is marked by the Andes mountains along the western coast, tropical rainforests (dark green) in the Amazon river basin in the north, and swamps and plains (lighter green) in the south. Surrounding South America (clockwise from upper left) is North America and the Caribbean islands, the Atlantic Ocean (right) and the Pacific Ocean (left). Parts of Greenland, Europe, Africa and Antarctica are also seen on the edges of the globe. The image used data from LANDSAT 5 & 7 satellites. Print size 42x42cm.
1350-2444 - Electric eel, Electrophorus electricus; this air-breathing freshwater fish can deliver an electric shock up to 650 volts and naturally occurs in the Amazon river basins of South America including Brazil and Guyanas; photo taken in captivity.