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Did you know that during the summer months a single bee is only alive for around 40 days?  During that time they are constantly in motion and eventually their wing muscles give out due to pure exhaustion.  It must be because they’re so excited to keep doing this kinda stuff.

Did you know that during the summer months a single bee is only alive for around 40 days? During that time they are constantly in motion and eventually their wing muscles give out due to pure exhaustion. It must be because they’re so excited to keep doing this kinda stuff.

by Steven Benjamin (too close for comfort...)

by Steven Benjamin (too close for comfort...)

Two of the dominant males in the northern Timbavati paused at a mudwallow to drink after having feasted on a buffalo kill. I used a spotlight to illuminate them as they drank in sync. Photographer: Chad Cocking

Two of the dominant males in the northern Timbavati paused at a mudwallow to drink after having feasted on a buffalo kill. I used a spotlight to illuminate them as they drank in sync. Photographer: Chad Cocking

2011 Fujifilm Getaway Wildlife Photography Awards - Getaway Magazine

Pregnant blue spotted klipfish and partner by Peet J van Eeden. Click on the image to see more from cool photos from our gallery.

Pregnant blue spotted klipfish and partner by Peet J van Eeden. Click on the image to see more from cool photos from our gallery.

This leopard decided to relax on top of a pile of coal in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.

This leopard decided to relax on top of a pile of coal in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.

Leopard on giraffe by Gavin Lautenbach

Leopard on giraffe by Gavin Lautenbach

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