GRIZZLY BEAR  I take a lot of out of focus pictures but usually not deliberately! When I was focusing my lens for this shot, however, I felt that blurring the main subject added an aura of mystery to the scene. The focus shifts to the falling snow while the details are left to the imagination.

GRIZZLY BEAR I take a lot of out of focus pictures but usually not deliberately! When I was focusing my lens for this shot, however, I felt that blurring the main subject added an aura of mystery to the scene. The focus shifts to the falling snow while the details are left to the imagination.

A Minke whale!!! Credit: Andrew Peacock/Barcroft USA A minke whale swims up to inspect the kayaks

Sea-kayaking with a minke whale - in pictures

A Minke whale!!! Credit: Andrew Peacock/Barcroft USA A minke whale swims up to inspect the kayaks

I would kill to be a photographer who could take pictures like these and have the means to be as good as National Geographics.

So close you can almost feel her breath: How wildlife photographer captured amazingly intimate portraits of pride of lions

I would kill to be a photographer who could take pictures like these and have the means to be as good as National Geographics.

This image was taken by Jaipal Singh/EPA. I felt that this image linked to the stimuli because it shows that birds can fly together but sometimes they can be left apart

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This image was taken by Jaipal Singh/EPA. I felt that this image linked to the stimuli because it shows that birds can fly together but sometimes they can be left apart

Cheetah mother and her cubs photographed during a late afternoon at MasaiMara, Kenyaby Andrea Marzorati

Cheetah mother and her cubs photographed during a late afternoon at MasaiMara, Kenyaby Andrea Marzorati

Wildlife photographer captures Kalahari's dark side - in pictures

Wildlife photographer captures Kalahari's dark side - in pictures

Wildlife photographer Hannes Lochner spent two years in the harsh surroundings of the Kalahari Desert to chronicle the life of a female leopard, and in doing so delved into a dark and fascinating nocturnal world of big cats and other predators.

Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) at woodland pool, feeding on nut, Scotland. Did you know? Despite now being a major focus for conservation efforts, in 1903 the Highland Squirrel Club was established to control red squirrels, which were causing damage to trees, and over 82,000 animals were killed in the 20 years up to 1933.

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Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) at woodland pool, feeding on nut, Scotland. Did you know? Despite now being a major focus for conservation efforts, in 1903 the Highland Squirrel Club was established to control red squirrels, which were causing damage to trees, and over 82,000 animals were killed in the 20 years up to 1933.

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