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stick, wild, wildlife, creepy, crawly, legs, closeup, macro, habitat, fauna, trees Featured Kristian Bell Photography Print

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Great Horned Owlets Featured Kristian Bell Photography Print

Great Horned Owlets

Had a few hours to kill while Teresea was off shopping so went to a superb local park to see if I could find a great horned owl family that produced a handsome youngster the same time last year. As luck would have it, two owlets were sat perched in the exact same tree as the one I had found the year before. Though it must be said, I think they spread their genetic material a little thinly this year when compared to last years chick

© 2013 Kristian Bell

Baby Barbary Macaque (Macaca sylvanus) Featured Kristian Bell Photography Print

Baby Barbary Macaque (Macaca sylvanus)

A baby macaque watches on nervously, as its mother charges towards a newly arrived cable car at the summit of Gibraltar. On this occasion a tourist on board failed to read the numerous signs and brought a plastic bag full of food, which was promptly snatched from her by the mother macaque. The monkey's craftiness was rewarded with some homemade cake found in the bag. Meanwhile this baby was left forgotten while the mother had high tea, seemingly oblivious to its panicked calls and even more hysterical screams from the tourist

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