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Wildlife: Plants, Animals and all the other cool stuff in the world

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Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonAbout as close to a person&#39;s eyeballs as a Honey Bee should ever get.Ibberson Conservation Area State Park, Dauphin County, PennsylvaniaIbberson Conservation Area State ParkDauphin County, Pennsylvania&quot;Watch where you step!&quot; The Pennsylvania section of the Appalachian trail seemed to be littered with rattlesnakes. In one day we saw two of these...Misión Cotija, Cuautla, MexicoMisión CotijaCuautla, MexicoA gorgeous albino peacock #localgem #faunaCairns Marlin Marina, Cairns, AustraliaCairns Marlin MarinaCairns, AustraliaAlmost every reef has one of these curious creatures. Known as a &#39;maori wrasse&#39; (or more colloquially &#39;Wally&#39;) these beautiful fish are very...State College, PennsylvaniaState CollegePennsylvaniaThe arboretum at Penn State has a variety of fountains and gardens, including this field of tulips <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f337.png' > #weekendgetaway #colorfulMaasai Mara, KenyaMaasai MaraKenyaMore lions :) these ones were just happy chilling. This is from our first day.Iguazu Falls, Misiones, ArgentinaIguazu FallsMisiones, ArgentinaToco Toucans are the largest and best known species. They&#39;re found throughout the Amazon basin and are easily spotted around the falls. They hop...Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, Tierra del Fuego, ArgentinaParque Nacional Tierra del FuegoTierra del Fuego, ArgentinaThorn-tailed Rayaditos are pretty common in the park. So named for their unique tail feathers that protrude like thorns and are believed to be used...Coronation Island, Coronation IslandHere is a more typical Adélie baby - covered in a sloppy mess of guano and regurgitated krill. Penguins can&#39;t swim while sporting their downy coat,...The Biltmore Coffee Company, Asheville, North CarolinaThe Biltmore Coffee CompanyAsheville, North CarolinaThe owl was circling its head at me can anyone explain that to meNational Geographic Museum, Washington D.C.National Geographic MuseumWashington D.C.Poison FrogsCas Cay, US Virgin IslandsCas CayUS Virgin IslandsOctopus are one of the strangest looking creatures. Trying to catch one in the open is difficult but an awesome treat, especially during the day.Mangrove Lagoon, US Virgin IslandsMangrove LagoonUS Virgin IslandsA brown pelican diving for bait fish in front of some guests during a tour with Virgin Islands Ecotours!Mangrove Lagoon, US Virgin IslandsMangrove LagoonUS Virgin IslandsA brown pelican taking off after getting spooked while kayaking.Loveland Tours, US Virgin IslandsLoveland ToursUS Virgin IslandsA butterfly that I finally got to stay still for a moment.Elysian Beach Resort, US Virgin IslandsElysian Beach ResortUS Virgin IslandsIt is pretty rare to see a Caribbean tree frog as they are nocturnal and usually spend their days hiding inside of plants. This guy was hanging...Sapphire Beach, US Virgin IslandsSapphire BeachUS Virgin IslandsA pair of reef squid I found swimming together. They were part of a much larger group, funny thing with these guys is that once you find 1 you may...Sapphire Beach, US Virgin IslandsSapphire BeachUS Virgin IslandsChristmas tree feather dusters I found while snorkeling. These guys were less than an inch tall, and if you get to close they will draw away faster...Sapphire Beach, US Virgin IslandsSapphire BeachUS Virgin IslandsA school of young bar jacks following a 6&#39; barracuda around at sapphire beach. They tend to follow the bigger predator fish looking for the scraps...Sapphire Beach, US Virgin IslandsSapphire BeachUS Virgin IslandsA school of blue tangs swimming around in the reefs at sapphire. These guys tend to swim in large groups, often times you can find other fish...
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