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1 - wildlife/photographic
Penguin Panorama Penguin Panorama
Unknown Photographer
 Panorama of an emperor penguin rookery near Mawson Antarctica from The Australian Antarctic Division
 Penguin Panorama Link

2 - wildlife/photgraphic
Penguins Penguins
Unknown Photographer

3 - wildlife/photgraphic
Reindeer Reindeer
Unknown Photographer

4 - wildlife/graphical
Marine Mammals Marine Mammals
Bowhead Whale, Killer Whale, Right Whale, Sperm Whale, Narwhal, Blue Whale, Rorqual, Beluga ~ White Whale and Walrus by Bob Hines
 Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Division Of Public Affairs
 Marine Mammals Link

5 - wildlife/photographic
Jellyfish Jellyfish
Jellyfish by Jon Sullivan
 Jellyfish Link

6 - wildlife/photographic
Jelly Fish Jelly Fish
Jelly Fish by Jon Sullivan
 Jelly Fish Link

7 - wildlife/photographic
Leafy Seadragon Leafy Seadragon
Leafy Seadragon (Phycodurus Eques)
 Found along the southern Australian coastline and belonging to the same family as seahorses and pipefish, "Syngnathidae", the Leafy Seadragon grows to an average of 30cm in length and is perfectly camouflaged for it's seaweed forest habitat. The male shown here carrying eggs attached to his tail.
 Leafy Seadragon Link

8 - wildlife/photographic
Weedy Seadragon Weedy Seadragon
Weedy Seadragon (Phyllopteryx Taeniolatus)
 Found in the seagrass meadows along the southern Australian and Tasmania coastlines the Weedy Seadragon grows up to half a meter in length and like other syngnathids such as seahorses and pipefish, are a sensitive indicator species of environmental water quality and habitat destruction.
 Weedy Seadragon Link

9 - wildlife/photographic
Condor In Flight Condor In Flight
Adult Condor (Gymnogyps Californianus)
by Noel Snyder
 Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Division of Public Affairs
 Condor In Flight Link

10 - wildlife/photographic
Monte Verde Toad Monte Verde Toad
Monte Verde Toad
(Bufo Periglenes)
by Charles H. Smith
 Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Division Of Public Affairs
 Monte Verde Toad Link


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