Leda és una lleopard rescatada l'any 2009 d'un zoo de Xipre on vivia en unes condicions deplorables. Va ser rescatada junt amb les seves filles (Roxanni i Rhea). Ara té més de 20 anys i viu a una parcel.la on pot veure el cel, pujar a arbres,...tot i que majoritàriament es queda a la zona coberta on els cuidadors li deixen el menjar, sota cobert, on es déu sentir més segura. Van intentar posar-la junt amb la seva filla Rhea, però les femelles lleopard són molt dominants i la volia matar. Roxanni una de les filles va morir als 2 anys del rescat per un atac de cor.
Mai podran estar en llibertat donat q no sobreviurien ja q no tenen l instint, però almenys tenen una nova vida amb millors condicions
A perfect picture on a perfect day in Copenhagen Denmark.
Picture bought to life by @adam_brosboel
Did you know:It’s one of the greenest cities in the world, with plans to be carbon neutral by 2025. Over the past decade, Copenhagen has cut its emissions by nearly a third through the use of wind and solar power, as well as heating systems that recycle waste material. An offshore wind farm, visible to most visitors who fly into Copenhagen, currently supplies the city with 4 percent of its energy.
#RGO#natgeographic#юннат#познавайка В 1977 году, на ручье Диме, в верховьях Колымы, при подготовке площадки для промывки золота бульдозерист Анатолий Логачёв из старательской артели «Знамя» зацепил ножом своей машины мамонтенка, названного по месту раскопа – Дима. Спустя еще 11 лет почти целую тушку мамонтенка на берегу речки Юрибечеяхи на полуострове Ямале обнаружили моряки теплохода «Порог». А самую целую на сегодня мумию мамонтенка, которого назвали Любой, там же, на Ямале, нашел оленевод Юрий Худи в 2007 году – у Любы не хватает только хвостика. На следующий год двухмесячный мамонтенок вытаял из обрыва на реке Хроме в Северо-Восточной Якутии (его так и зовут – Хрома). Дальше, видимо из-за таяния мерзлоты мумии стали появляться почти каждый год.
a special friendship and definitely one of the most special moments in my life. this life is the greatest present and i am thankful for every new day and every little moment i am able to experience. the wilderness is where i belong to.
Description:Atlasaurus is a species of sauropod dinosaur that lived in North Africa during the Middle Jurassic. While Atlasaurus was initially thought to be a primitive sauropod more closely related to Cetiosaurus, it is actually much similar to the Brachiosaurus. However, it had a larger head, shorter neck, longer tail and more elongated legs when compared to the Brachiosaurus. Atlasaurus also had teeth that are similar to some of its relatives that have cropped high growing vegetation which was then swallowed.
Credits To Gabriel N. U.
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Black Dragon Pool is a famous pond in the scenic Jade Spring Park located at the foot of Elephant Hill, a short walk north of the Lijiang Old Town. It was built in 1737 during the Qing dynasty and offers views of the region's tallest mountain, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. #pool#mountain#Lijiang#Yunnan#黑龙潭#丽江
Picture of the wolf from my last adventure in Finland. I can’t wait when my exams are finally over at the beginning of February.
A lot of amazing projects knocking at the door with some amazing people.
One of my personal projects is a really challenging and exciting one. I will try to spend some days out in the wilderness to photograph the wolf who returned to the area near my hometown. Let’s see if i will get something. In wildlife photography nothing is for sure but dreams can come reality sometimes. 🐺
The Collared Falconet hunts from perch, searching actively from prey by turning the head rapidly. It performs several foraging sallies, and the prey is usually caught up to 50 meters from the perch. However, insects are often caught in the air
Description:Ambulocetus is a species of prehistoric aquatic mammal that lived in the wetlands of Pakistan during the Eocene epoch. It was an early cetacean,meaning that it was one of the earliest ancestors of today's whales and dolphins. In fact, Ambulocetus is the key that shows how whales evolved from land-living mammals. Despite its name stating that it was capable of walking on land, Ambulocetus spent most of its life underwater in swamps and wetlands. Instead of flippers or fins, Ambulocetus had short limbs and large feet used for swimming. Its skull lacked ears and had a long snout and eyes facing sideways located high on the skull. Like today's cetaceans, Ambulocetus has an adaptation in the nose that allows it to hear well underwater. However, it hunted more like today's crocodiles as ambush hunters. Pretending as fallen debris, Ambulocetus would wait for any passing animal to proceed near the water before grabbing them with itssteong jaws and dragging them into the water in order to drown them.
Credits To RJ Palmer
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"Thin Plate Lizard"
Location:Pierre Shale; Kansas(USA)
Description:Elasmosaurus is a speceis of plesiosaur that lived in the oceans of North America during the Late Cretaceous. It is also one of the most well known plesiosaurs ever known. Like other plesiosaurs, Elasmosaurus had a long neck that measured 5 meters in length. At the end of its neck is a small head with a mouth full of needle-like teeth. While early constructions show that Elasmosaurus coiled its neck like a snake, it actually holds it straight. Because of its large size, Elasmosaurus was a relatively slow swimmer, therefore it relies on ambush by hiding itself in the darker depths and swim into schools of fish, moving its head back and forth to catch them. Like other prehistoric marine reptiles, Elasmosaurus probably incubate its eggs internally before giving birth to live young due to the shape of its flippers suggesting that it could not have crawled on land and lay eggs like sea turtles.
Credits To Atrox1
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Everything is better in the mountains, even horses lol jk.
But honestly this horse is really beautiful, it also had some yellow leaves in the head to be more fashionable for the photo. Believe me it was hard to get its attention and actually I thought I didn’t bring home not even a photo of it. #toms_week
99 1,7972 January, 2020
One of my biggest dreams and goals was to see bears in their natural and wild habitat. after spending 15 hours over the night alone in a hide this dream finally came true. But that wasn’t the only thing i saw that night. A pack of wolves showed up as well and i was able to witness this magical and rare moment where the wolf and the bear tolerated each other.
Shot with the @canondeutschland 400mm f4+2xTeleconverter.
49 58718 August, 2019
Description:Torosaurus is a species of ceratopsian dinosaur that lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous. Due to its name, Torosaurus was also referred as the "bull lizard" after the Spanish word Toro which means bull. However, Spanish wasn't the language used in establishing binominal names. It was long thought to have the largest skull of any creature in the past before the discovery of newer ceratopsians such as Pentaceratops and Titanoceratops. Triceratops was also initially thought to be a juvenile synonym of Torosaurus, however that theory is proven wrong thanks to a few differences. The frill of Torosaurus have large openings and five or more pairs of hornlets located at the back of its frill, while the Triceratops does not have any of these features. Torosaurus also lacked the long nose horn seen in many Triceratops species.
Credits To Raul Ramos
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6 1,33416 January, 2020
Description:Kelenken was a large flightless birds that prowled the plains of Argentina during the Miocene epoch. It was named after Kélenken, a demon in Tehuelche mythology. With a huge skull reaching more than 2 feet, it had not only the largest head of any known bird, but also the largest of all terror birds. As a flightless bird, Kelenken could not fly, therefore it relies on speed reaching up to 35mph. A large apex predator during its time, Kelenken likely chased down before killing its prey with powerful pecks from its strong and massive beak or pick up its prey and violently shake it to break its back. Kelenken could also have been a scavenger, using its impressive size to drive off smaller predators from fresh kills.
Credits To Dinoesculturas
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