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A Humpback Whale Leaps (Breaches) From The Calm Waters Of Lynn Canal In Alaska's Inside Passage, Near Juneau. Herbert Glacier And Snowcapped Mountains Of Coastal Range Beyond, Tongass National Forest Featured Animals Image

A Humpback Whale Leaps (Breaches) From The Calm Waters Of Lynn Canal In Alaska's Inside Passage, Near Juneau. Herbert Glacier And Snowcapped Mountains Of Coastal Range Beyond, Tongass National Forest

A Humpback Whale Leaps (Breaches) From The Calm Waters Of Lynn Canal In Alaska's Inside Passage, Near Juneau. Herbert Glacier And Snowcapped Mountains Of Coastal Range Beyond, Tongass National Forest

© John Hyde / Design Pics

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Grey foal with a red mane Featured Animals Image

Grey foal with a red mane

Grey foal with a red and black mane, protected in Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range; Lovell, Wyoming, United States of America

© Melissa Farlow / Design Pics

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White stallion on a Wild Horse Sanctuary, California, USA Featured Animals Image

White stallion on a Wild Horse Sanctuary, California, USA

White stallion named Phantom, one of the saved mustangs on a ranch in northern California at a Wild Horse Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is located near Shingletown, California on 5, 000 acres of lush lava rock-strewn mountain meadow and forest land. Their goals are to increase public awareness of the genetic, biological, and social value of America's wild horses through pack trips on the sanctuary, publications, mass media, and public outreach programs; continue to develop a working, replicable model for the proper and responsible management of wild horses in their natural habitat; demonstrate that wild horses can co-exist on the open range in ecological balance with many diverse species of wildlife, including black bear, bobcat, mountain lion, wild turkeys, badger, and gray fox; collaborate with research projects in order to document the intricate and unique social structure, biology, reversible fertility control, and native intelligence of the wild horse; Shingletown, California, United States of America

© Melissa Farlow / Design Pics