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Australia-Nature-Kookaburra Featured Animals Image

Australia-Nature-Kookaburra

This photo shows a Kookaburra sitting on a railing at the Pepper Tree winery in the Hunter Valley, Australia'S oldest wine growing region just two hours drive north of Sydney. The Kookarburra, which is sometimes known as a Great Brown Kingfisher; or Laughing Jackass; has a unique song commonly related to a full throated boisterous human laugh. AFP PHOTO/Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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Kenya-Animals-Mara-Serengeti-Wonder Featured Animals Image

Kenya-Animals-Mara-Serengeti-Wonder

Wilderbeast are pictured in the Maasai Mara, approximately 400 kilometres southwest of Nairobi, in this 24, November 2006 photo. The age-old annual migration of atleast a million Wilderbeast, among other species between the Serengeti game reserve in Tanzania and Kenya's Maasai Mara mainly in search of pasture, is now classified as a Wonder of The World'. The Maasai Mara and Serengeti and the Wilderbeast migration were selected as one of the new wonders by a panel of experts in wildlife and nature termed as the uniqueness of the area and preservation it provides to so many species living in harmony'. AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA / AFP PHOTO / TONY KARUMBA

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Germany-Animal-Environment-Seal Featured Animals Image

Germany-Animal-Environment-Seal

A female Grey Seal gets close to her pup on a beach on the north Sea island of Helgoland, Germany, on December 14, 2016.
As the mating season starts after female Grey Seals give birth, males usually compete by shows of strength against other males. Hundreds of Grey Seals use the island to give birth to their pups, usually between the months of November and January. The pups, after 3 weeks of nursing, are then left to fend for themselves. This year has seen a record number of new pups, with 320 births recorded up to December 14. / AFP PHOTO / John MACDOUGALL

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