Wildlife Rescue Magazine

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Polecat at Secret World (by Secret World Wildlife Rescue)

Polecat at Secret World (by Secret World Wildlife Rescue)

thelovelyseas:

The controversial whale shark scene of Oslob. More and more whale sharks are gathering here since the fishermen started feeding the sharks and tourists flock to this place to watch the show. While tourism is booming, environmentalists are concerned about the negative effects feeding wild migratory animals can have. Here the popular shark Fermin shows big scars after getting hit by a propeller by Steve De Neef

thelovelyseas:

The controversial whale shark scene of Oslob. More and more whale sharks are gathering here since the fishermen started feeding the sharks and tourists flock to this place to watch the show. While tourism is booming, environmentalists are concerned about the negative effects feeding wild migratory animals can have. 
Here the popular shark Fermin shows big scars after getting hit by a propeller by Steve De Neef

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libutron:

Pied Falconets
The Pied Falconet, scientifically named Microhierax melanoleucos (Falconidae), is a species native to Bangladesh, China, India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and Viet Nam.
Members of the genus Microhierax are the smallest of falcons. M. melanoleucos is only 18-20 cm in size.
Pied Falconets feed mostly on insects, but also on small birds to the size of a thrush, and small ground mammals and reptiles. Insects and birds are taken in flight.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Looking@Nature
Locality: unknown

libutron:

Pied Falconets

The Pied Falconet, scientifically named Microhierax melanoleucos (Falconidae), is a species native to Bangladesh, China, India, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, and Viet Nam.

Members of the genus Microhierax are the smallest of falcons. M. melanoleucos is only 18-20 cm in size.

Pied Falconets feed mostly on insects, but also on small birds to the size of a thrush, and small ground mammals and reptiles. Insects and birds are taken in flight.

References: [1] - [2]

Photo credit: ©Looking@Nature

Locality: unknown

pencilcat:

A Collection of Itty Bitty Critters

All photos were taken by me, of various tiny animals found around my house over the years.

Please do not repost or edit.

Lazy Oriental small-clawed otter closeup, Epe Zoo - by fchristant -

Lazy Oriental small-clawed otter closeup, Epe Zoo - by fchristant -

I couldn’t resist to share it with you guys

I couldn’t resist to share it with you guys