Selection Wildlife Santa Cruz
Galapagos - Ecuador
Marine Iguana Endemic to the Galapagos, these Iguanas can hold their breath for up to 40 mins when diving for seaweed and algae. Special glands allow them to sneeze out excess seawater salt. More Fotos
Brown Snake Eagle
Serengeti NP - Tanzania
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Sea Lion
Galapagos - Ecuador
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PN Peneda-Gêres
Norte Region - Portugal
Banded Demoiselle The Galapagos Pelican is said to be an endemic sub-species of the more common brown pelican.

Tiger Beach - Bahamas
Tiger Shark Tiger Sharks can get more than 5 m long and weigh over 800 kg. With their serrated teeth, they are able to get through the shields of sea turtles. More Fotos
Playa Borrero
Santa Cruz - Galapagos, ECU
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Serengeti NP
Mara - Tanzania
Leopard Highly adaptable to a wide range of habitats, Leopards are found from sub-saharan Africa to northeast Asia, Russia, China, Malaysia and beyond in rain-forests, deserts, grasslands and on mountains - even cities. More Fotos
Polar Bear
Wapusk NP - Manitoba, CAN
Acute Sensing Polar Bears can smell seals from more than 1 km away. They are considered marine animals since they spend the majority of their time out on the frozen sea hunting for seals. More Fotos
Yacare Cayman
Pantanal - Brazil
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Pregnant Lioness
Ngorongoro - Tanzania
Expecting Gestation period is about 108 days. Usually there are 2-3 cubs in a litter. More Fotos
Nepenthes Mirabilis
Bako NP - Sarawak, MYS
Carnivorous Cup The cups emerge from the tip of leaves and often wrap around small branches.

They contain a viscoelastic fluid that is particularly effective with trapping winged insects.
Mudskipper
Bako NP - Sarawak, MYS
Fish on the beach Mudskippers can live anaerobically for long periods of time. On land they breathe from water they hold in their gills and mouths.

Mudskippers feed on small crabs, worms and insects.
PN de Montesinho
Norte Region - Portugal
Griffon Vulture Griffon Vultures do not have a great sense of smell. Relying solely on their eyesight to spot carrion, they often fly in flocks to increase their chances for success. More Fotos

Bimini - Bahamas
Great Hammerhead Great Hammerheads can grow to over 6 m long and weigh more than 450 kg. The form of the head is thought to allow them to have better sensory perception. More Fotos
PN do Alvão
Centro Region - Portugal
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Pantanal
Mato Grosso do Sul - Brazil
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Cat
Porto - Portugal
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Semenggoh NR
Sarawak - Malaysia
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Magnificient Frigate Bird
N Seymour - Galapagos, ECU
Magnificent Red The wingspan of up to 2.5 m is the largest of any bird relative to the body size. They can stay airborne for up to a week - even while asleep.
Hassayampa River Preserve
Arizona - USA
Bobcat