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Wire Pass narrows opens into the Buckskin Gulch.  These narrow slot canyons are formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau.  This is a panorama created from ten individual photographs, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
Wire Pass narrows opens into the Buckskin Gulch. These narrow slot canyons are formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau. This is a panorama created from ten individual photographs.
Location: Wire Pass, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
Image ID: 20705  
Panorama dimensions: 4366 x 16390
A hiker walking through the Wire Pass narrows.  This exceedingly narrow slot canyon, in some places only two feet wide, is formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
A hiker walking through the Wire Pass narrows. This exceedingly narrow slot canyon, in some places only two feet wide, is formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau.
Location: Wire Pass, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
Image ID: 20715  
The Wire Pass narrows.  This exceedingly narrow slot canyon, in some places only two feet wide, is formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
The Wire Pass narrows. This exceedingly narrow slot canyon, in some places only two feet wide, is formed by water erosion which cuts slots deep into the surrounding sandstone plateau.
Location: Wire Pass, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona
Image ID: 20720  
Rockhopper penguins, on rocky coastline of New Island in the Falklands.  True to their name, rockhopper penguins scramble over the rocky intertidal zone and up steep hillsides to reach their nesting colonies which may be hundreds of feet above the ocean, often jumping up and over rocks larger than themselves.  Rockhopper penguins reach 23" and 7.5lb in size, and can live 20-30 years.  They feed primarily on feed on krill, squid, octopus, lantern fish, molluscs, plankton, cuttlefish, and crustaceans, Eudyptes chrysocome, Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome
Rockhopper penguins, on rocky coastline of New Island in the Falklands. True to their name, rockhopper penguins scramble over the rocky intertidal zone and up steep hillsides to reach their nesting colonies which may be hundreds of feet above the ocean, often jumping up and over rocks larger than themselves. Rockhopper penguins reach 23" and 7.5lb in size, and can live 20-30 years. They feed primarily on feed on krill, squid, octopus, lantern fish, molluscs, plankton, cuttlefish, and crustaceans.
Species: Rockhopper penguin, Western rockhopper penguin, Eudyptes chrysocome, Eudyptes chrysocome chrysocome
Location: New Island, Falkland Islands, United Kingdom
Image ID: 23746  
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow.
Species: Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 25144  
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow.
Species: Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 25145  
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow, Pygoscelis adeliae, Paulet Island
A cute, inquisitive Adelie penguin poses for a portrait while standing on snow.
Species: Adelie penguin, Pygoscelis adeliae
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 25151  
Clouds Rest viewed from Olmsted Point. Clouds Rest is one of the most massive -- if not the singlemost massive -- granite monoliths in the world. A vast lobe of Mesozoic-era granodiorite magma cooled to rock and was gradually uplifted to its present altitude of 9926 ft. Later, glaciers cut it into its present shape, Yosemite National Park, California
Clouds Rest viewed from Olmsted Point. Clouds Rest is one of the most massive -- if not the singlemost massive -- granite monoliths in the world. A vast lobe of Mesozoic-era granodiorite magma cooled to rock and was gradually uplifted to its present altitude of 9926 ft. Later, glaciers cut it into its present shape.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 09964  
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, Crocuta crocuta
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
Species: Spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
Location: Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Image ID: 29857  
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, Crocuta crocuta
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
Species: Spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
Location: Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Image ID: 29887  
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, Crocuta crocuta
Spotted hyena, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
Species: Spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
Location: Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Image ID: 29965  
Hyena consuming wildebeest carcass, Kenya, They hyena has strong jaws that allow it to break carcass bones and eat the marrow within, Crocuta crocuta, Olare Orok Conservancy
Hyena consuming wildebeest carcass, Kenya, They hyena has strong jaws that allow it to break carcass bones and eat the marrow within.
Species: Spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
Location: Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya
Image ID: 29996  
Hyena consuming wildebeest carcass, Kenya, They hyena has strong jaws that allow it to break carcass bones and eat the marrow within, Crocuta crocuta, Olare Orok Conservancy
Hyena consuming wildebeest carcass, Kenya, They hyena has strong jaws that allow it to break carcass bones and eat the marrow within.
Species: Spotted hyena, Crocuta crocuta
Location: Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya
Image ID: 29998  
California dodder, a common stem parasite in California that typically parasitizes host shrubs.  Dodders resemble tangled masses of orange spaghetti covering shrubs. Dodder is without chlorophyll and are nonphotosynthetic and is therefor an obligate parasite dependent on its host for water and nutrients through a root system that penetrates the stem tissue of the host, Cuscuta californica
California dodder, a common stem parasite in California that typically parasitizes host shrubs. Dodders resemble tangled masses of orange spaghetti covering shrubs. Dodder is without chlorophyll and are nonphotosynthetic and is therefor an obligate parasite dependent on its host for water and nutrients through a root system that penetrates the stem tissue of the host.
Species: California dodder, Cuscuta californica
Image ID: 11333  
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, Erodium cicutarium
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad.
Species: Red-stem filaree, Erodium cicutarium
Location: Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 11440  
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, Erodium cicutarium
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad.
Species: Red-stem filaree, Erodium cicutarium
Location: Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 11441  
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, Erodium cicutarium
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad.
Species: Red-stem filaree, Erodium cicutarium
Location: Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 11442  
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, Erodium cicutarium
Red-stem filaree blooms in spring, Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad.
Species: Red-stem filaree, Erodium cicutarium
Location: Batiquitos Lagoon, Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 11443  
Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Common cuttlefish.
Species: Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Image ID: 11777  
Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Common cuttlefish.
Species: Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Image ID: 11778  
Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Common cuttlefish.
Species: Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Image ID: 11779  
Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Common cuttlefish.
Species: Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis
Image ID: 11780  
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
Image ID: 12626  
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
Image ID: 12627  
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
Image ID: 12628  
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world, Oxyuranus scutellatus
The Australian taipan snake is considered one of the most venomous snakes in the world.
Species: Australian taipan viper, Oxyuranus scutellatus
Image ID: 12629  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12820  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12821  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12822  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12823