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2019 Wildlife Photographer Competition: The Stories Behind The Best Shots

The annual photography exhibition opens at the Natural History Museum in London on November 18. Nearly 50,000 entries from professional and amateur photographers were submitted this year and 100 will be on display. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in the Natural History Museum's Hintze Hall on October 15th. Nature at its best. 

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Biologist Takes Outstanding Microscopic Photos Of The Natural Wildlife In The Rainforests

Chien C. Lee is a biologist, photographer and environmental educator from California who moved to Borneo in 1996. Chien focuses on the rainforests in the area and mainly fascinated by the intricate interactions and adaptations of rainforest organisms that showcase the wondrous complexity of these ecosystems. Check out hisInstagram page for more. 


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Winners Of The 'Bird Photographer Of The Year 2019' Have Been Announced

Prepare for your imagination to take flight! The 'Bird Photographer of the Year 2019 Winners' have been announced on BPOTY (Bird Photographer of the Year), known for celebrating bird photography from around the world. The site is home to the world-renowned photography competition and has a nonstop growing community of wildlife photographers and conservationists. 

It is on BPOTY where you'll find some of the most exquisite bird photography in the world! And here are the Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners of 2019:

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Twitter Page Posts Stunning Wildlife Moments Caught On Camera

What a better way to celebrate International Wildlife day than this awesome twitter page with its amazing wildlife moments caught on camera in different parts of the world, by different photographers.   

Every year we lose numerous species to the growth and expansion of human holdings, but through the effort of zoos, sanctuaries, and preservation organizations that rate is being slowed. These groups do amazing work, educating and bringing awareness to people everywhere, all while preserving these precious treasures from Mother Nature. Wildlife Day on September 4th every year reminds us that there are creatures out there that cannot speak for themselves, so we have to stand up and be a voice for them. The animals will thank you for it, as will the generations to come who will still be able to enjoy them!

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A Variety Of Surprising And Unusual Cats In This World (21 Cats)

You think you know cats? Go ahead, test your kitty knowledge and see how many of them you already knew! We bet there's a few cats of this list that would surprise you. 

The commentary for the following list has been compiled by Imgur user PlaidWalrus.

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Extremely Rare Strawberry Leopard Spotted At The Wildlife Reserve

The extremely rare strawberry leopard has been photographed for the very first time up close! The image was caught by a couple, Alan and Lynsey Watson, in Thaba Tholo Wilderness Reserve. The couple had seen the leopard skulking around the reserve before but was never able to capture it on film. 

The strawberry leopard gets its name due to its unusual reddish skin pigmentation. The images the Watson's managed to get show the pink-hued creature feasting on the carcass on a giraffe, which had been kill during an intense thunderstorm. 

Story via Fox News


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11 Useful Wildlife Facts That Can Help You Protect Them If The Moment Presents Itself

How many times have you come across an animal that seemed alone or a skunk or possum in your yard and didn't know what to do? 

Here are some really helpful posters that tell you what to do in many of these cases. 

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10 Wild Animal Facts For Anyone Who Is Curious

Whoa! Who knew that an elephants foot and a humans foot would have so much in common?! 

Here are 10 wild animal facts you may not know! If you're hungry for even more knowledge, check out some of these other animal facts

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The Dedicated Wildlife Team At Kaziranga National Park Saved a Baby Rhino From Drowning in Floodwaters

With over 90% of Kaziranga National Park, home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, flooded, authorities have been battling to move the animals to higher ground. Monsoon rains and floods have affected millions of people across the north-eastern Indian state of Assam. Watch this epic rescue operation. 

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These 28 Cool-Looking Animals Have Won The Genetic Lottery

Wow! There sure is some incredible beauty in our world, and filled with so many unique animals you don't see or hear much about! Here is a complied list of just some of the stunning animals that currently inhabit our Earth. 

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Last weekend, a bird showed up at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (WRCNU) in the most unusual, and until now unheard of, way -- in an Uber... completely alone. 

Apparently, the people who found the injured bird, a two-week-old Lesser Goldfinch, had been drinking and didn't want to drive. They sent an image of the bird to the WRCNU asking whether or not the center would be able to help the bird out, the center told them to bring it in. 

Unable to drive, they came up to the conclusion that they should call an Uber for the bird.

"At first it was a joke, like, 'Hey, maybe we should just call Uber!' said Tim Crowley, one of the people who rescued the baby Goldfinch. "Then we were like, 'No, really. Why not? We're paying them.'"

They called an Uber and after explaining their unique situation to the driver, the driver canceled on them. So they decided to try again, called up a second Uber, and this time they only told the driver the situation after she pulled up. 

"Like, 'What? Are you kidding? Okay, sure,'" Tim said was the driver's reaction.

But thanks to Crowley and the others who came up with this plan, the saved that little birds life. According to Buz Marthaler, the center's chairman, the bird would have died had it not gotten help or been able to be put back into its nest. 

Thankfully, Petey — as Crowley and his other rescuers called the bird — is doing well. Marthaler told FOX13 that the bird even have a friend sharing its cage! The center is still unsure if the bird is a boy or girl yet and have decided to call the bird, "Uber" or "Petey Uber." Marthaler also confirmed that the center will be able to release Petey by the end of summer, just before the migration.

"It just brightens everybody's day," Marthaler said. "Makes them pretty happy."


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14 Giant (And Small) Murder Voids That We're Currently Obsessed With

So many Bagheeras! And we love them all! Big or small, these murder voids are just too beautiful for words. Here are some of their greatest pics that will leave you staring at your screen in awe at their majestic beauty, and in aww at their cuteness! 

If you're in the market for even more murder fluff goodies, we've got just what you need! 

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Robert Irwin shares Incredible Side-By-Side Photos of Him And His Dad 15 Years Apart

The Crocodile Hunter's son is following in his iconic footsteps. Robert Irwin shared a photo of himself feeding a crocodile named Murray, in the same place his dad fed the croc 15 years earlier, and it made fans a little emotional.

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Scientists Are Speechless At This Arctic Fox Walking 76 Days From Norway to Canada

The female fox trekked the two and a half month journey from Norway's Svalbard islands to northern Canada in the longest recorded fastest movement rate for a fox ever. Researchers at Norway's Polar Institute fitted the young female with a GPS tracking device and freed her into the wild in late March last year on the east coast of Spitsbergen, the Svalbard archipelago's main island. The fox was under a year old when she set off west in search of food, reaching Greenland just 21 days later - a journey of 1,512 km - before trudging forward on the second leg of her trek.
She was tracked to Canada's Ellesmere Island, nearly 2,000 km further, just 76 days after leaving Svalbard. What amazed the researchers was not so much the length of the journey as the speed with which the fox had covered it - averaging just over 46 km (28.5 miles) a day and sometimes reaching 155 km.

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5 Animals That Are Part Of The American Culture And Deserve Our Appreciation On 4th Of July

You may not realize it, but patriotic animals appear often in our everyday lives — on the coins we use and the stamps we send our mail with. These animals have a more symbolic meaning to our country than we probably think about during the rest of the year, so this holiday is a great time to honor them. Via: Vet Street

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