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A water buck looks for danger on an elevated ridge

A water buck looks for danger on an elevated ridge

A black rhino calf suckles its mother.

The Intimate Experience at Imire Game Park - Remo Pollastri Photography

A hyena on the prowl.

The Intimate Experience at Imire Game Park - Remo Pollastri Photography

Australian Pelican and other birds from down under.

Australian Pelican and other birds from down under.

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This "Elephant chasing lions" image is a painting by Daniel Smith, named "Zero Tolerance"

reptile eyes

Dont you thing the second to last looks like the eye of sauron. also, predators with slit eyes are primarily ambush hunters.

Caiman with a butterfly on its snout, by Max Waugh Photography, via Flickr LA BELLA Y LA BESTIA ;)

Beauty & the beast. Day Six :: Genesis And God made the beast of the earth according to its kind, cattle according to its kind, and everything that creeps on the earth according to its kind. And God saw that it was good.

Perfect shot! I have actually seen this happen while canoeing in the everglades! Scary as hell!

Alligator catching a bird. Rare and unusual photo. One difference between alligator and crocodile is the alligator, which can be found in southern Florida, has a short, broad nose; the crocodile has a long, thinner one.

. Chris Knight, the wildlife photographer who captured stunning photos of crocodiles off Mexico's Caribbean Coast. #crocodiles #MexicoCaribbean #crocodile #Caribbean #underwater

Chris Knight, the wildlife photographer who captured stunning photos of crocodiles off Mexico’s Caribbean Coast.

Green and brown table at a crocodile birthday party! See more party ideas at CatchMyParty.com!

Crocodile, Alligator Birthday Party Ideas

Crocodile Party: Tick Tock it's a party fit for a Croc! Today I'm sharing an ADORABLE Crocodile party styled by That Cute Little Cake using my Crocodile Printables. Be sure to check out all of our Crocodile party ideas and inspiration.

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Photo Contest

The Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

This photograph was taken while I was on vacation in South Carolina. It was a rainy miserable day until I happened upon this alligator hanging out in a local pond. Photo and caption by Kandace Stroupe/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

wildlife photos

National Geographic Traveler Photo contest is a yearly event were people send in photos of wildlife. The annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is coming to an end.

Number 6 on Australia's deadliest animals list -  The Salt-water Crocodile - Crocodiles are highly publicised for viciousness and aggression, along with looking scary, it is probably a surprise they are further down the list than you may have thought, this is because there are very few deaths per year - The longest croc ever measured and verified was 6.4m (21ft). It could have weighed more than 1000kg. In Australia, there are unverified reports of crocs up to 8m.

Australian saltwater crocodiles are by far the most dangerous Australian animals. Luckily few Australian reptiles are dangerous. Most of them are just fascinating.

Freshwater Crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) with the beautiful Winjana Gorge, Kimberlys, Australia   by reptile street photographer, via Flickr

Freshwater Crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni) with the beautiful Winjana Gorge, Kimberlys, Australia by reptile street photographer

♥ Nile Crocodile - Michael Poliza

there are now confirmed Nile Crocodiles in Florida ♥ Nile Crocodile - Michael Poliza

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