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Steller's Jay from my backyard this morning in Mendocino County, Northern California. Canon 7D mkII with a Canon 100-400IS v1. ISO 1600, AV mode, F 8.0 at 1/125th of a sec.
#wildlifewednesday
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Are you interested in #africa   #travel   #Tourism   #namibia  We are currently in #salzburg   Please leave a message daan@wheretostay.na www.wheretostay.na
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Magical Photos Of Siberian Huskies Playing On A Mirror-Like Frozen Lake In Russia’s Arctic Region (14 pics):

www.boredpanda.com/siberian-husky-frozen-lake-dog-photos-fox-grom/

#husky   #arctic   #russia   #nature   #dogs   #doglovers  
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Excuse me, sir you dropped this...
Oh, why are you running?? :)
#Caturday
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Hippo don't care.

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#lol   #lmao   #rofl   #gifs  
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Good Morning! A little something for #wildlifewednesday : Did you know that the Bobcat and the Lynx belong to the same genus, which, coincidentally, happens to be the Lynx genus?

"The former is a medium-sized cat with long, tufted ears and a short, bobbed tail, while the latter is, well, a medium-sized cat with long, tufted ears and a short, bobbed tail. Yet they got slapped with different names and assigned to different species. So what gives?
Believe it or not, there’s a method to the madness. While bobcats and lynxes are separate species, they do belong to the same genus.

There are four different species belonging to this group — three of which share the family name: the Eurasian lynx, the Spanish (or Iberian) lynx and the Canadian lynx. The fourth member, the most common cat native to North America, is the previously mentioned bobcat."  _Source: http://goo.gl/1nl9jH_

 +Morkel Erasmus and +Mike Spinak

#wildlifephotography #wildlife #bigcats #nature +Big Cats Lover 
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