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Images Dated 30th July 2014

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Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas) Featured 30 Jul 2014 Print

Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas)

Hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas), male. Females do not develop the cape, and are brown rather than silver. Origin: Northeastern Africa; Arabian Peninsula

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Animal, Baboon, Captive, Cercopithecidae, Clan, Controlled Situation, Crop, Desert, Dune, Eutheria, Fauna, Grassland, Gregarious, Ground, In Captivity, Mammal, Mammalia, Monkey, Near Threatened, Old World, Papio, Papio Hamadryas Cynocephalus, Patriarchal, Pest, Primate, Primates, Quadrupedal, Sacred Baboon, Savanna, Sexual Dimorphism, Sexually Dimorphic, Social, Terrestrial, Tropical, Wildlife, Zoo Animals

Elderberries (Sambucus nigra) Featured 30 Jul 2014 Print

Elderberries (Sambucus nigra)

Elderberries (Sambucus nigra), cluster of the fruit that is an important food for many birds, particularly Blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla). England

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Adoxaceae, Berries, Common Elder, Elder Bush, Elderberry, European Black Elderberry, European Elderberry, Food, Wild Food

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii) Featured 30 Jul 2014 Print

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii)

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii), pair running hard. Has been recorded at 48 km/h. One species that has benefitted from humans, from the agriculture now practised in its home island. Tasmania, Australia

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Animal, Aves, Bird, Endemic To Tasmania, Family Groups, Fauna, Flightless, Gallinula, Gallinula Mortieri, Gruiformes, Lives In Groups, One Female Mates With All Males In Group, Rail, Rallidae, Unusual Family Structure, Unusual Social Structure, Water Hen, Wildlife