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love the blue& yellow next to each other "Elephants on the Masai Mara, Africa. Photo by Marcus and Kate"

Society of Biology Photography Award 2014 shortlist features a sea turtle eating a jellyfish, a spider at sunset and a chick embryo - News - Art - The Independent

Society of Biology Photography Award 2014 shortlist features a sea turtle eating a jellyfish, a spider at sunset and a chick embryo

Meal Time by Boris Barath Shortlisted for Young Photographer of the Year 2014 Society of Biology 's annual amateur photography competition

A rare Crested Coua chick, displaying the markings on the inside of its mouth as it prepares to receive food from its caretaker. These markings are unique for each individual chick and fade as the bird matures.

A crested coua chick at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Central Park Zoo showing off its unique oral markings. Photo by: Julie Larsen Maher.

Ursos pardos na névoa, Rússia  Foto e texto de Michael Melford   Na névoa da manhã que vem da costa, dois ursos pardos brigam como adolescentes. "Eu estava neste local um ano antes e vi estes ursos fazendo a mesma coisa", diz John Paczkowski, biólogo da Wildlife Conservation Society. "Eles brigaram por cerca de 40 minutos, fazendo pausas para comer algumas bagas."

Ursos pardos na névoa, Rússia Foto e texto de Michael Melford Na névoa da manhã que vem da costa, dois ursos pardos brigam como adolescentes. "Eu estava neste local um ano antes e vi estes ursos fazendo a mesma coisa", diz John Paczkowski, biólogo da Wildlife Conservation Society. "Eles brigaram por cerca de 40 minutos, fazendo pausas para comer algumas bagas."

Tonys Photos: Black-backed Jackal I am pleased to report that my image of a black-backed jackal has been used in a new book, A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Tanzania (Princeton Field Guides)  The book has been produced by the  Wildlife Conservation Society and all the author royalties will go to the Society. It is now available to buy on Amazon

Tonys Photos: Black Backed Jackal I am delighted to say that I have been approached by the author of A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Tanzania for permission to include this image of a Black Backed Jackal in the guide.

Amur tiger cubs learn to hunt at about 18 months, and stay with their mothers until reaching age 2 or 3. Amur tigers are among the largest cats in the world. Although cubs are tiny at birth and weigh only a few pounds, adults in the wild weigh between 250 and 500 lbs. (113 to 227 kilograms). (Credit: Julie Larsen Maher ©WCS.)

Elusive Siberian Tigers Captured in Brilliant Images (Photos)

Amur tiger cubs learn to hunt at about 18 months, and stay with their mothers until reaching age 2 or 3. Amur tigers are among the largest cats in the world. Although cubs are tiny at birth and weigh only a few pounds, adults in the wild weigh between 250 and 500 lbs. (113 to 227 kilograms). (Credit: Julie Larsen Maher ©WCS.)

The Wildlife Conservation Society saves wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature.

Photographer Brad Wilson goes up close and personal with some of the most gorgeous — and deadly — creatures in the world.

Julie Larsen Maher/Wildlife Conservation Society via AP

Western Lowland Gorilla - The most widespread of all gorilla subspecies in the Congo Basin, their numbers have rapidly decreased by as much as in the last years due to poaching and disease. - © Julie Larsen Maher/Wildlife Conservation Society via AP

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