1. theraptorcage:

Lanner Falcon  (Falco biarmicus)

    theraptorcage:

    Lanner Falcon  (Falco biarmicus)

    Reblogged from: libutron
  2. nubbsgalore:

    photos by jon langeland in katmai national park of a mama grizzly ferrying her three cubs across the river (more bear posts)

    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  3. 
Skyler Thomas
    Reblogged from: shaaarks
  4. theolduvaigorge:

    Alexander Tsiaras’ Anatomical Photography

    You’ve seen his art before on tumblr, in google search gif sets (where I found some of these images) and facebook, but you likely don’t know the author of the art because people fail to give artists credit. Tsiaras’ work pops up on my dash constantly and has never been sourced as far as I’ve seen it. So here you go, tumblr. Meet the artist. Learn more in the links provided below.

    "Alexander Tsiaras, Founder, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of TheVisualMD, has been called a "Digital Age Leonardo da Vinci". He is a technology innovator, whose roots are based in his art and science photojournalism background. Tsiaras has developed cutting edge scientific imaging software that enables him to scan and record the human body at every stage; from a single cell at the moment of conception, through the biological development of man and woman and he tells compelling stories of wellness and prevention with them. His images simply and compellingly explain health and illness in terms that anyone can understand. Most importantly, they give you a visual map to plan your own optimal Health!"

    See also:

    (Source: Alexander Tsiaras)

    Reblogged from: currentsinbiology
  5. mvninn:

Seabhag waiting for freedom…

    mvninn:

    Seabhag waiting for freedom…

    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  6. fairy-wren:

(via Águila real by Manuel Palacio Castro (Yerbatu) / 500px)

*Golden Eagle
    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  7. funnywildlife:

Africa’s Panda

    funnywildlife:

    Africa’s Panda

    Reblogged from: dont-panic-zoology
  8. galaxyreptiles:

Shared by Galaxy Reptiles
    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  9. 
Five baby capybaras born at Zoo Berlin

    Five baby capybaras born at Zoo Berlin

    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  10. dovne:

    brahminy kite 

    ♥//v//♥

    Reblogged from: koryos
  11. Reblogged from: sharksmile
  12. freshest-tittymilk:

    Gina Torres as Wonder Woman

    Nicki Minaj as Power Girl

    Laverne Cox as Huntress

    Lucy Liu as Zatanna
    Beyoncé as Black Canary

    inspired by x

    Real nigga tears, yo…

    Reblogged from: birdie-heichou
  13. Reblogged from: biologizeable
  14. 
New Zealand Falcon
    Reblogged from: biologizeable
  15. dendroica:

Spain’s endangered Iberian lynx brought back from brink of extinction

Ten years ago the Iberian lynx was nearing extinction but today, thanks to an imaginative conservation programme that has brought hunters, farmers and the tourist industry under its wing, its numbers have tripled from 94 to 312.
"We can’t claim victory yet but now there is hope," said Miguel Ángel Simón, the director of the programme for the recovery of the lynx in Andalusia, southern Spain. Only five years ago the animal was classified as critically endangered.
The project, which is jointly funded by the Andalusian government and the European Union, has been singled out for the second time by the EU as an exemplary conservation programme. Brussels is funding 40% of the €26m (£22m) needed to extend the project into the neighbouring regions of Extremadura, Castile-La Mancha and Murcia, as well as Portugal.
According to Simón, when they first carried out a census in the lynx’s key habitats in the Sierra Morena and the Doñana national park, not only were there few lynxes but the rabbit population had also been severely depleted by disease. Rabbits are the lynx’s main source of food.

(via guardian.co.uk)

    dendroica:

    Spain’s endangered Iberian lynx brought back from brink of extinction

    Ten years ago the Iberian lynx was nearing extinction but today, thanks to an imaginative conservation programme that has brought hunters, farmers and the tourist industry under its wing, its numbers have tripled from 94 to 312.

    "We can’t claim victory yet but now there is hope," said Miguel Ángel Simón, the director of the programme for the recovery of the lynx in Andalusia, southern Spain. Only five years ago the animal was classified as critically endangered.

    The project, which is jointly funded by the Andalusian government and the European Union, has been singled out for the second time by the EU as an exemplary conservation programme. Brussels is funding 40% of the €26m (£22m) needed to extend the project into the neighbouring regions of Extremadura, Castile-La Mancha and Murcia, as well as Portugal.

    According to Simón, when they first carried out a census in the lynx’s key habitats in the Sierra Morena and the Doñana national park, not only were there few lynxes but the rabbit population had also been severely depleted by disease. Rabbits are the lynx’s main source of food.

    (via guardian.co.uk)

    Reblogged from: unknown-endangered
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