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🐱 Hmm....."Cat acrobat", or just "Sticky Cat with static cling". πŸ˜‚ 🐱
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Green Heron - The hunter's reflection

I found this image in my archives while looking for an image requested by a friend. This Green Heron was quite a prolific hunter that morning.
Canon EOS 7D Mark II, EF400mm f/5.6L USM, f/5.6, 1/1000, ISO 400
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Wild birds... Wonderful domestic Bonsaii.

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A Snapping Turtle laying eggs in gravel of a forestry road in Quebec, Canada...
Snapping Turtle laying her eggs in the gravel of a water crossing of a forestry road.
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Suggestion - read the full caption above the photo.
Polar Bears Ursus maritimus are the largest land carnivores in the world. Also the most carnivorous of all bear species, polar bears feed primarily on the fat of ice-dependent seals in their Arctic sea ice habitat.

Polar Bears have a variety of adaptations to life in the cold, wet Arctic. Their fur is thicker than any other bears’ and covers even their feet for warmth and traction on ice. A thick layer of blubber beneath their fur provides buoyancy and insulation. And their front feet are large, flat and oar-like, making them excellent swimmers.

The most important habitats for polar bears are the edges of pack ice where currents and wind interact. These are the areas of where polar bears can find the greatest number of seals. As the sea ice advances and retreats each season, individual polar bears can travel thousands of miles to find food.

According to the IUCN Red List, Polar Bears are listed as a Vulnerable species. Their numbers are declining, and their habitat β€” sea ice β€” is shrinking. It's believed that there are only 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears living in the wild.The IUCN reports that the polar ice cap is predicted to completely melt within the next 100 years. This will leave polar bears without a home and will affect the polar bear population greatly.

Efforts are being made to protect these iconic ocean bears. The International Agreement on the Conservation of Polar Bears that was signed in 1973 by the five nations Canada, Denmark (Greenland) Norway, Soviet Union (Russian Federation) and USA.

Learn more about the incredible marine life in our world's oceans by visiting us at: www.theterramarproject.org

Photo: Arturo de Frias Marques/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)

#marinelife #Arctic #PolarBear #savethesea #climatechange #oceanwarming #meltingseaice #seaice #endangered #seahope #seachange #seafuture
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Speaking of "For The Love Of Wildlife"...
This very lucky photographer lives Wildly!
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🐸 Worlds Cutest Frog - Desert Rain Frog 🐸

Dean Boshoff | Published on Feb 13, 2013

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Wildlife - Yes! "Fuzzy" pic ?.. No!!.. I saw squirrel
through the screen, and quickly snapped this...
Look through the screen, and see Squirrel, in center, facing the right, tail wagging! πŸ˜ƒπŸ“ΈπŸΏ
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