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    Of course, Called a gopgay btw.

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    fairy wren

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    Its easy like Sunday morning this weather for the kangaroos.



    Or rather Sunday afternoon as was the case.





    Swing low sweet chariot....


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    Nice Loops. Do they keep your lawn trimmed?

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    ^Not my lawn Malmo

    I get heaps of wallabies, who are timid sylvan creatures by nature, but rarely see kangaroos in the forest as they prefer the rolling open grasslands.

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    ah, i thought it was your place. Like the first shot with joey's leg poking out.

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    Friends in Melbourne went to see the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition yesterday, on loan from the Natural History Museum London at the National Wool Museum, Geelong.

    One from Thailand features:

    Wei Fu, Thailand. Clutched in the coils of a golden tree snake, a red-spotted tokay gecko stays clamped onto its attacker’s head in a last attempt at defence.

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    ^ my amateur version from the archives, 2010 when we were living in Sa Kaeo, this snake v frog contest took place next to the table outside where I was having a coffee, or possibly beer, quick snaps with phone camera

    Part 1, the banana tree wrestle


    Part 2, on the deck

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    Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 winning images
    11 October 2022


    The top prize for Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 has gone to Katanyou Wuttichaitanakorn from Thailand for his extraordinary picture of a feeding Bryde's whale.

    The image, titled The Beauty of Baleen, captures the moment the whale surfaced, feeding on anchovies close to the boat Katanyou was travelling on. Intrigued by the contrasting colours and textures of the whale's baleen, gums and skin as it breached the surface, Katanyou caught this almost abstract image of the gentle giant.


    American photographer Karine Aigner has won the Grand Title in this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition with a stunning image of a ball of cactus bees vying for a mate.

    The two winning images were selected from 19 category winners, which won out against some 38,575 entries from 93 countries to the fifty-eighth Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
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    ^ more


    The Bat-snatcher by Fernando Constantino Martínez Belmar, Mexico. Winner in Behaviour: amphibians and reptiles. Belmar waiting in darkness as a Yucatán rat snake snapped up a bat.


    Richard Robinson, New Zealand, New Life for the Tohorā, was named the best in the Oceans - The Bigger Picture category.


    Robinson also picked up highly commended in the Animal Portrait category for his image, The Right Look.

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    Feb 16 2023. An image of a river dolphin in the Amazon has swum off with the top prize at the Underwater Photographer of the Year 2023 competition. American Kat Zhou defeated more than 6000 entries from 72 countries with her picture entitled, Boto encantado

    Overall winner: Kat Zhou (United States)


    Up and Coming Highly Commended: ‘Catfish constellation’ from Shane Smith (NZ)


    Portrait winner: 'The trunk' from Suliman Alatiqi


    Wide Angle winner 'Fade' from J. Gregory Sherman


    British Underwater Photographer of the Year 2023: 'The swarm' from Ollie Clarke

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    Noumea, New Caledonia. Local authorities believe they captured the monster four metre shark (pictured above) that fatally wounded Australian Chris Davis on 19 February 2023.

    It was the second shark attack in three weeks; 49-year-old teacher, Bridgette Do, lost her leg in a shark attack in Noumea, on 29 January.

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    lets hope they release it......

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    Uninvited visitor found inside a Nakhon Ratchasima furniture store.
    Estimated 70kg, 2m+
    Captured and relocated.
    13 May 2023

    DailyNews

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    Lopburi: 41C and an iced monkey bath to cool off
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    Phitsanulok: Giant Buffalo Festival
    21 May 2023
    "Petchlamkhong", a male aged 3 years and 5 months, weighing over 1400 kilograms

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    Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2023
    08:56, Oct 13 2023

    A stunning image of an “otherworldly”-looking living fossil has been picked as the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

    Laurent Ballesta’s photo of a tri-spine horseshoe crab accompanied by a trio of golden trevallies triumphed over 50,000 entries from 95 countries.


    Overall winner – The golden horseshoe by Laurent Ballesta, taken in the protected waters of Pangatalan Island in the Philippines.


    Winner, Behaviour: Mammals – Whales making waves by Bertie Gregory.


    Winner, Oceans: The Bigger Picture - Last gasp by Lennart Verheuvel.


    Winner, Animals in their Environment - Life on the edge by Amit Eshel.

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    Nov 24 2023
    The air guitar-playing western grey kangaroo snapped by photographer Jason Moore in the outer suburbs of Perth defeated more than 5300 entries from 85 countries to hop off with the overall prize at this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.


    Vittorio Ricci won the Creatures of the Air Award


    Tzahi Finkelstein: The happy turtle.

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