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Closeup of a Kingfishers wing feathers. It sadly lost its life after flying into a cottage window in mid december, and was brought round to me to take any photos before it was buried in their garden. Here you can see how the colours change with the light . It was photographed outside in morning light. Thanks to Olly for lending me his 90mm Tamron Macro lens.

Closeup of a Kingfishers wing feathers. It sadly lost its life after flying into a cottage window in mid december, and was brought round to me to take any photos before it was buried in their garden. Here you can see how the colours change with the light . It was photographed outside in morning light. Thanks to Olly for lending me his 90mm Tamron Macro lens.

Cool Pictures | Cool Stuff: Cool Animals - Wow.. amazing detail by this photographer Igor Siwanowicz - I'm in awe!

Cool Pictures | Cool Stuff: Cool Animals - Wow.. amazing detail by this photographer Igor Siwanowicz - I'm in awe!

Each flexible sucker is loaded with embedded chemical sensors that allow the animal to not just touch but also "taste" any object it grabs.

Why This Octopus Isn't Stuck-Up

Each flexible sucker is loaded with embedded chemical sensors that allow the animal to not just touch but also "taste" any object it grabs.

Hickory Horned Devil. The caterpillars molt 5 times. Each instant is different, but on their sixth & final instant they become a bright green color, w/ huge, black-tipped red horns, earning them their common name 'hickory horned devils' - they can grow up to 5.9 in long

Hickory Horned Devil. The caterpillars molt 5 times. Each instant is different, but on their sixth & final instant they become a bright green color, w/ huge, black-tipped red horns, earning them their common name 'hickory horned devils' - they can grow up to 5.9 in long

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