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860-290904 - Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) or Johnny Rook, considered as very intelligent and curious, one of the rarest birds of prey in the world. South America, Falkland Islands, January
860-290729 - A rare black serval, Leptailurus serval, standing in the grass in Lualenyi game reserve. The genes of melanistic animals carry a mutation that creates more dark pigment than light pigment.
860-290890 - Sentinel, Andy Goldsworthy, 1999, Col du Defens, Alpes de haute Provence, France "The work Sentinels, which is part of the Refuge d'art project, is a journey through the Dignois region, at the foot of the Southern Alps. Such a project associates art, nature and the territory. The three Sentinels are stone cairns, one for each of the three valleys of the Haute-Provence Geological Reserve.
860-290864 - Lion (Panthera leo) Flehmen reaction, Masai Mara National Reserve, National Park, Kenya *** Local Caption *** walking in the grass by rolling up the lips to register the pheromones of female in heat with her Jacobson glands
860-290912 - Falkland Skua or Brown Skua (Stercorarius antarcticus, exact taxonomy is under dispute). They are the great skuas of the southern polar and subpolar region. South America, Falkland Islands, January
860-290906 - Striated Caracara (Phalcoboenus australis) or Johnny Rook, considered as very intelligent and curious, one of the rarest birds of prey in the world. South America, Falkland Islands, January
860-290911 - Adult, with typical yellow skin in face. Striated Caracara or Johnny Rook (Phalcoboenus australis), protected, endemic to the Falklands and highly intelligent bird of prey. South America, Falkland Islands, January