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Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-10
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-11
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-12
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar in Brazilian rainforest Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-13
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-14
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-15
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-16
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-17
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar in Brazilian rainforest Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-18
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-19
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-20
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-21
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-22
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-23
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar in Brazilian rainforest Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-24
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Jaguar Panthera onca Photo - Mark Carwardine
Stock Photo ID: 50T4920-25
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Jaguar (Panthera onca). Photo taken at Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil. A near threatened species.
© Mark Carwardine / OceanwideImages.com
Upside Down Jellyfish Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 45M1211-02
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Upside Down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae can absorb sunlight. Belize, Central America
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Upside Down Jellyfish Cassiopea xamachana Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 45M1211-03
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Upside Down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae can absorb sunlight. Belize, Central America
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Upside-down Jellyfish Florida Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-58
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae absorbs sunlight. Photo taken at Florida, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Medusa fish in Crowned Jellyfish Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-59
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Juvenile Medusa Fish (Icichthys lockingtoni), using a Crowned Jellyfish (Cephea cephea) as a protective home. Photo taken in Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Upside-down Jellyfish Florida Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-60
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Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea medusae). Unlike other jellyfish that hunt for food, this jellyfish depends on unicellular algae, zooxanthellae, for nutrition. The jellyfish sits upside down so the algae absorbs sunlight. Photo taken at Florida, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Lobate Ctenophore Hawaii Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-62
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Lobate Ctenophore or Winged Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis). Photo was taken off Hawaii, Pacific Ocean, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Pelagic Tunicate Salp Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-63
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Pelagic Tunicate or Salp (Salpa aspera). Photo taken off Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Comb-jelly Photo - David Fleetham
Stock Photo ID: 70M1211-64
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Comb-jelly or Sea Gooseberry (possibly: Pleurobrachia pileus). Photo taken off Hawaii, USA.
© David Fleetham / OceanwideImages.com
Galapagos Tortoise Geochelone nigra porteri Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-01
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-02
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-03
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-04
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-05
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-06
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-07
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri). Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, famous for his theory of evolution, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Galapagos Land Tortoise foot Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-08
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri) - foot and claw detail. Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Galapagos Land Tortoise claw Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-09
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri) - foot and claw detail. Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Galapagos Land Tortoise claw Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-10
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri) - foot and claw detail. Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Galapagos Land Tortoise claw Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-11
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri) - foot and claw detail. Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Harriet Galapagos Land Tortoise oot Photo - Gary Bell
Stock Photo ID: 24T6630-12
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Giant Galapagos Land Tortoise (Geochelone nigra porteri) - foot and claw detail. Harriet, born around 1830. Experts think Charles Darwin, took the animal from the Galapagos Islands in south America around 1835. Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
© Gary Bell / OceanwideImages.com
Suwannee Cooter Florida Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45T6630-01
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Suwannee River Cooter (Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis), resting on a log in Big Cypress National Preserve, situated in Collier County, Florida, United States.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle Dermochelys coriacea Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-01
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) with Remora Suckerfish attached. Also known as Leathery Turtle, Luth and Trunkback Turtle. Juno Beach, Florida, USA. Listed on the IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered species. Rare.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle Dermochelys coriacea Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-02
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), male. The Leatherback is one of the world's largest reptiles, reaching close to 2,000 lbs. and nearly 10 ft. in length. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered and threatened by coastal development.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle Dermochelys coriacea Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-03
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), male. The Leatherback is one of the world's largest reptiles, reaching close to 2,000 lbs. and nearly 10 ft. in length. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered and threatened by coastal development.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-04
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), male. The Leatherback is one of the world's largest reptiles, reaching close to 2,000 lbs. and nearly 10 ft. in length. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered and threatened by coastal development.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle Dermochelys coriacea Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-05
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), male. The Leatherback is one of the world's largest reptiles, reaching close to 2,000 lbs. and nearly 10 ft. in length. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered and threatened by coastal development.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Sea Turtle with suckerfish Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-06
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Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), male. The Leatherback is one of the world's largest reptiles, reaching close to 2,000 lbs. and nearly 10 ft. in length. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered and threatened by coastal development.
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Turtle nest warning sign Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-07
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Warning sign placed on a Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) nest in Juno Beach, Florida, USA. Juno Beach is a major nesting location for the species.
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Leatherback Turtle hatchling Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-08
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Rescued Leatherback Sea Turtle hatchling (Dermochelys coriacea), entering the ocean after hatching in Juno Beach, Florida, USA. Juno Beach is a major nesting location for the species.
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Leatherback Turtle nesting Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-09
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Female Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), nesting at sunrise on Grand Riviere, Trinidad, returns to the Caribbean Sea. South America. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered
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Leatherback Turtle nesting Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-10
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Female Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), nesting at sunrise on Grand Riviere, Trinidad, returns to the Caribbean Sea. South America. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
Leatherback Turtle nesting Photo - Michael Patrick O'Neill
Stock Photo ID: 45M2280-11
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Female Leatherback Sea Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), nesting at sunrise on Grand Riviere, Trinidad, returns to the Caribbean Sea. South America. Listed on IUCN Red list as Critically Endangered
© Michael Patrick O'Neill / OceanwideImages.com
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