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Choose from 327 pictures in our Animals collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Agence France-Presse (AFP).


Australia-Nature-Kookaburra Featured Animals Image

Australia-Nature-Kookaburra

This photo shows a Kookaburra sitting on a railing at the Pepper Tree winery in the Hunter Valley, Australia'S oldest wine growing region just two hours drive north of Sydney. The Kookarburra, which is sometimes known as a Great Brown Kingfisher; or Laughing Jackass; has a unique song commonly related to a full throated boisterous human laugh. AFP PHOTO/Greg WOOD / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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India-Weather-Animals Featured Animals Image

India-Weather-Animals

A Bengal tiger reacts while cooling off in a pond inside a cage during a hot summer day at Alipore Zoological Garden in Kolkata on June 20, 2018.
The Bengal tiger was recovered injured from the Sundarbans area bordering Bangladesh and has since lost some of its teeth due to aging. Zoo authorities have taken different measures starting from different summer diets, provided fans or incresed the water sources in the cages to keep the animala cool in this season. / AFP PHOTO / Dibyangshu SARKAR

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Sri Lanka - Wildlife - Elephants Featured Animals Image

Sri Lanka - Wildlife - Elephants

This photo taken on March 24, 2011 shows elephants crossing a river during their daily outing from the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka where the world's largest captive group of elephants, who where orphaned, rescued, injured or abused, are cared for. It was announced in February, 2011 that Sri Lanka is planning its first ever census of elephants as the animals increasingly come into conflict with villagers, saying a head count would start in August, 2011 to aid better planning of conservation and minimise clashes between elephants and humans. Sri Lanka's elephant population is believed to have dwindled to about 4, 000 from an estimated 12, 000 in 1900. AFP PHOTO / William WEST / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

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