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Christmas Decor Around The Fireplace In A Home, Yarrow, British Columbia, Canda
1116-43543 - Christmas Decor Around The Fireplace In A Home, Yarrow, British Columbia, Canda
A Living Room Chair In Front Of The Fireplace, Yarrow, British Columbia, Canada
1116-43545 - A Living Room Chair In Front Of The Fireplace, Yarrow, British Columbia, Canada
Glasses with wine bottle in living room at Christmas
1174-6085 - Glasses with wine bottle in living room at Christmas
Sledders near Monastery Oelinghausen, snow, sled, Arnsberg, Neheim-Hüsten, Sauerland, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
832-379871 - Sledders near Monastery Oelinghausen, snow, sled, Arnsberg, Neheim-Hüsten, Sauerland, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe
Mountain hut in front of winter forest, dense snowfall, Hittisau, Bregenz Forest, Vorarlberg, Austria, Europe
832-380938 - Mountain hut in front of winter forest, dense snowfall, Hittisau, Bregenz Forest, Vorarlberg, Austria, Europe
This Common Scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephala) is perched on the mantle rim of a Giant Tridacna Clam (Tridacna gigas). It's venomous spines can inflict a painful wound, Philippines
1116-39717 - This Common Scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephala) is perched on the mantle rim of a Giant Tridacna Clam (Tridacna gigas). It's venomous spines can inflict a painful wound, Philippines
Skeleton shrimp (Caprellide sp.) clinging to a sponge, Dumaguete, Philippines
1116-39943 - Skeleton shrimp (Caprellide sp.) clinging to a sponge, Dumaguete, Philippines
Menopause tea, alchemilla, lady's mantle, parsley root, white dead nettle, archangel, balm / (Alchemilla vulgaris, petroselinum crispum, lamium album, melissa officinalis)
1127-19336 - Menopause tea, alchemilla, lady's mantle, parsley root, white dead nettle, archangel, balm / (Alchemilla vulgaris, petroselinum crispum, lamium album, melissa officinalis)
Menopause tea, alchemilla, lady’s mantle, parsley root, white dead nettle, archangel, balm / (Alchemilla vulgaris, petroselinum crispum, lamium album, melissa officinalis)
1127-19337 - Menopause tea, alchemilla, lady’s mantle, parsley root, white dead nettle, archangel, balm / (Alchemilla vulgaris, petroselinum crispum, lamium album, melissa officinalis)
Green Oat tea, Common oat, Nettle herb, Alpine lady's mantle / (Avena sativa), (Urtica dioica), (Alchemilla alpina)
1127-19438 - Green Oat tea, Common oat, Nettle herb, Alpine lady's mantle / (Avena sativa), (Urtica dioica), (Alchemilla alpina)
Herb tea made of Alchemilla vulgaris, Lady's mantle
832-347836 - Herb tea made of Alchemilla vulgaris, Lady's mantle
Snowy winter landscape, Maltaberg, Hohe Tauern, Carinthia, Austria
832-289630 - Snowy winter landscape, Maltaberg, Hohe Tauern, Carinthia, Austria
mole cowry cowry with mantle partially covering the shell at night underwater Hawaii
869-4172 - mole cowry cowry with mantle partially covering the shell at night underwater Hawaii
Oil tanks, tank building, back light, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Europe
832-148297 - Oil tanks, tank building, back light, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Europe
Close-up of mantle of magnificent anemone (Heteractis magnifica), Ras Mohammed National Park, off Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
974-337 - Close-up of mantle of magnificent anemone (Heteractis magnifica), Ras Mohammed National Park, off Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27149 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27148 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27147 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Fiji, Indo-Pacific sergeant major egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam (Tridacna gigas).
1116-31300 - Fiji, Indo-Pacific sergeant major egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam (Tridacna gigas).
White anemone mantle, Komodo, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
1103-332 - White anemone mantle, Komodo, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
Crustacean - clam.  Red Sea, Egypt.
1022-37 - Crustacean - clam. Red Sea, Egypt.
Clam. Red Sea.
978-148 - Clam. Red Sea.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-407 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-227 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-406 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-230 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-228 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-231 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-405 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-229 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Scallop showing eyes along rim of mantle. UK   (RR)
1004-83 - Scallop showing eyes along rim of mantle. UK (RR)
Flamingo Tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum), snail clearly showing spotted markings on a pink mantle with animal on sea rod, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands, Caribbean
970-417 - Flamingo Tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum), snail clearly showing spotted markings on a pink mantle with animal on sea rod, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands, Caribbean
(Chromodoris kuniei) Nidibranch with superb colour markings of purple spots on a cream mantle with purple trim and orange gills, Mabul, Borneo, Malaysia, South China Sea
970-414 - (Chromodoris kuniei) Nidibranch with superb colour markings of purple spots on a cream mantle with purple trim and orange gills, Mabul, Borneo, Malaysia, South China Sea
Flamingo Tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum), snail clearly showing spotted markings on a pink mantle with animal on sea rod, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands, Caribbean
970-416 - Flamingo Tongue (Cyphoma gibbosum), snail clearly showing spotted markings on a pink mantle with animal on sea rod, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands, Caribbean
Tiger Cowrie (Cyprae tigris), shell with mantle retracted, Rurutu, French Polynesia Underwater.
970-550 - Tiger Cowrie (Cyprae tigris), shell with mantle retracted, Rurutu, French Polynesia Underwater.
Variable Thorny Oyster (Spondylus varians), open and feeding showing multi-coloured mantle, Sipadan, Malaysia
970-553 - Variable Thorny Oyster (Spondylus varians), open and feeding showing multi-coloured mantle, Sipadan, Malaysia
Variable Thorny Oyster (Spondylus varians), open and feeding showing multi-coloured mantle, Sipadan, Malaysia
970-552 - Variable Thorny Oyster (Spondylus varians), open and feeding showing multi-coloured mantle, Sipadan, Malaysia
Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
920-2368 - Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
Giant clam (Tridacna sp) detail of mantle and eyes, Dauin, Negros, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
920-2363 - Giant clam (Tridacna sp) detail of mantle and eyes, Dauin, Negros, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa), detail of mantle and eye spots, Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
920-1425 - Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa), detail of mantle and eye spots, Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
920-2369 - Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
Giant clam (Tridacna gigas), detail of mantle covered with eye spots, Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
920-2345 - Giant clam (Tridacna gigas), detail of mantle covered with eye spots, Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
alpine ladies mantle
987-162 - alpine ladies mantle
The Madonna Mantle, Maddalena Islands, La Maddalena National Park, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean, Europe
739-1140 - The Madonna Mantle, Maddalena Islands, La Maddalena National Park, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean, Europe
The Madonna Mantle between the islands of Santa Maria and Budelli, Maddalena Islands, La Maddalena National Park, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean, Europe
739-1147 - The Madonna Mantle between the islands of Santa Maria and Budelli, Maddalena Islands, La Maddalena National Park, Sardinia, Italy, Mediterranean, Europe
Germany, Schoenwald im Schwarzwald, Gutach, Gutach valley, Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis, Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg, winter landscape, misty, snow-covered fir-tree, deciduous trees covered with hoar-frost. Germany, Schoenwald im Schwarzwald, Gutach, Gutach valley, Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis, Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg, winter landscape, misty, snow-covered fir-tree, deciduous trees covered with hoar-frost
817-277697 - Germany, Schoenwald im Schwarzwald, Gutach, Gutach valley, Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis, Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg, winter landscape, misty, snow-covered fir-tree, deciduous trees covered with hoar-frost. Germany, Schoenwald im Schwarzwald, Gutach, Gutach valley, Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis, Black Forest, Baden-Wuerttemberg, winter landscape, misty, snow-covered fir-tree, deciduous trees covered with hoar-frost
Natur, Jahreszeiten, Winter, Alpenlandschaft, Hochgebirge, Gebirgskette, Berggipfel, Schnee, Wall aus Naturstein, Steinwall, Felssteine, Felsbloecke, CH-Chur, Graubuenden, Schweiz, nature, seasons, winter, Alpine scenery, high mountains, mountain range, s
817-244803 - Natur, Jahreszeiten, Winter, Alpenlandschaft, Hochgebirge, Gebirgskette, Berggipfel, Schnee, Wall aus Naturstein, Steinwall, Felssteine, Felsbloecke, CH-Chur, Graubuenden, Schweiz, nature, seasons, winter, Alpine scenery, high mountains, mountain range, s
Natur, Jahreszeiten, Winter, Schneelandschaft, Laubbaum auf einem Huegel, blattlos, Geaest, plakativ, Schweiz, nature, seasons, winter, snowy landscape, deciduous tree on a hill, leafless, branchwood, eye-catching, Switzerland, nature
817-244806 - Natur, Jahreszeiten, Winter, Schneelandschaft, Laubbaum auf einem Huegel, blattlos, Geaest, plakativ, Schweiz, nature, seasons, winter, snowy landscape, deciduous tree on a hill, leafless, branchwood, eye-catching, Switzerland, nature
Wetter, strenger Winter, Schnee, Strassenschilder komplett zugeschneit, Strassenverkehr, Gefaehrdung, Unfallgefahr, D-Oberhausen, D-Oberhausen-Sterkrade, Sterkrade-Koenigshardt, Niederrhein, Ruhrgebiet, Nordrhein-WestfalenW, weather, severe winter, sn
817-244602 - Wetter, strenger Winter, Schnee, Strassenschilder komplett zugeschneit, Strassenverkehr, Gefaehrdung, Unfallgefahr, D-Oberhausen, D-Oberhausen-Sterkrade, Sterkrade-Koenigshardt, Niederrhein, Ruhrgebiet, Nordrhein-WestfalenW, weather, severe winter, sn
Giant Clam, Agincourt Reef, Great Barrier Reef, North Queensland, Australia
817-105779 - Giant Clam, Agincourt Reef, Great Barrier Reef, North Queensland, Australia
Dark-mantle Sooty Albatross (Phoebetria fusca), adult and chick, Campbell Islands, New Zealand
817-94137 - Dark-mantle Sooty Albatross (Phoebetria fusca), adult and chick, Campbell Islands, New Zealand
Giant Clam (Tridacna maxima) with encristing sponge, Rongelap atoll, Marshall Islands (North Pacific)
817-104849 - Giant Clam (Tridacna maxima) with encristing sponge, Rongelap atoll, Marshall Islands (North Pacific)
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6682 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6680 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6679 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6676 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6681 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6683 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6677 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
759-6678 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Close-up of the mantle and siphon of giant clam, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo, Southeast Asia, Asia
465-783 - Close-up of the mantle and siphon of giant clam, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo, Southeast Asia, Asia
Mickey Mantle, Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States of America, North America
685-326 - Mickey Mantle, Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States of America, North America
Paracas Culture, 300BC-100AD, funerary wrap with jaguar and monkey design on collar of mantle collection of the Museo Amano, Lima, Peru
763-625 - Paracas Culture, 300BC-100AD, funerary wrap with jaguar and monkey design on collar of mantle collection of the Museo Amano, Lima, Peru
Chancay Culture, 13C AD serpents with human heads on a fragment of a mantle in the collection of the Museo Amano, Lima, Peru
763-630 - Chancay Culture, 13C AD serpents with human heads on a fragment of a mantle in the collection of the Museo Amano, Lima, Peru
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