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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.
746-90821 - 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
746-91870 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-90819 - 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
746-90818 - Juvenile with typical pale 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
746-90870 - Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) in colony of Southern Rockhopper Penguins (Eudyptes chrysocome) on the Falkland Islands, Bleaker Island. Macaroni Penguins are rare visitors on the Falkland Islands. South America, Subantarctica, Falkland Islands
746-90820 - 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
746-91867 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-90869 - Falkland flightless steamer duck (Tachyeres brachypterus), a flightless duck endemic to the Falkland Islands. Male shows an orange, female a greenish beak. South America, Falkland Islands, January
746-91869 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
746-91868 - Yellow-footed rock-wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus, in the Flinders Ranges National Park in the outback of South Australia. Mother with Joey in pouch. Australia, South Australia, Flinders Ranges National Park
1350-6288 - Giant goose-neck barnacle (Pollicipes polymerus) in the rare "red-lips" variant, found in the turbulent waters of the Nakwakto Rapids (Seymour Inlet, BC, Canada), known to feature the strongest currents in the world.
1350-1865 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1859 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1871 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1860 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1861 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1862 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1866 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1870 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1868 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1858 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.
1350-1869 - Yonna dance, also called Chichamaya, carries a considerable symbolic charge for the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia, representing three basic principles for this tribal group: Social equality, collective solidarity and the improvement of relations between the human being and the Cosmos.