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Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands

Leaping Polar Bear Photograph by Ralph Lee Hopkins A polar bear leaps off of sea ice near Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic. Strong swimmers, polar bears have slightly webbed paws to aid in paddling.

Dingoes, though generally associated with Australia, likely originated from Southeast Asia and were introduced to Australia about 3,000 years ago.

The Australian Dingo is a free-roaming wild dog unique to the continent of Australia

Coral Photo by Liang Kuang -- National Geographic Your Shot

Coral Photo by Liang Kuang -- National Geographic Your Shot. Inspiration for a rug or painting

Cheetah remembering his role with Johnny. The famous chimp died at age 80 Dec 28, 2011

Polycystic Kidney

Cheetah remembering his role with Johnny. The famous chimp died at age 80 Dec 2011

Beautiful Animal Photography...

nubbsgalore: “photos by dennis bromage of two six month old polar bear cubs and their mother on a tiny melting iceberg in the arctic ocean off svalbard. (more polar bear posts) ”

We spotted this Humpback Whale breaching right by our ship while we were in Antarctica... Such a rare sight. It was absolutely spectacular!

Amazing Antarctica in Photos

We spotted this Humpback Whale breaching right by our ship while we were in Antarctica. Such a rare sight. It was absolutely spectacular!

."I swear.....he was THIS BIG"

This is the real life version of Crush from Finding Nemo yelling, righteous righteous!

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Diver's extraordinary encounter with 50ft humpback whale

Diver and whale high five by Marco Queral. I wanna give a whale a high-five!

Nature Animals Forest

Animal wallpapers with tigers, the largest cat species. HD wallpaper with a tiger in the grass, together with a lion.

Osos polares

Polar bear and cubs, Svalbard, Norway (photograph by Paul Nicklen, copyright National Geographic)

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dragonflies They begin their lives in water, and because they have such a short lifespan, you will usually see them near water. Some dragonflies do wander off into forest and fields to search for food, but will return to the water to mate and lay eggs.

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