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South America Collection

South America: A Continent of Wonders and Diversity From the mystical Cave of the Hands in Argentina to the remnants of continental drift after 250 million years

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South America Collection: Cave of the hands, Argentina
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South America Collection: Davys naked-backed bat (Pteronotus davyi) showing its teeth
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South America Collection: Continental drift after 250 million years
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South America Collection: Map Darwins Beagle Voyage South America
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South America Collection: Red-tailed Catfish Amazon River basin, Brazil
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South America Collection: British Empire world map, 19th century
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South America Collection: HMS Beagle Ship laid up Darwins Voyage
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South America Collection: Earth from space, satellite image
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South America Collection: Whole Earth at night, satellite image
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South America Collection: Capybara FG 9573 Mother and young, S. America, Venezuela Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris © Francois
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South America Collection: Venezuela - aerial Angel Falls. Canaima National Park, Bolivar State
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South America Collection: Green-cheeked Conure
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South America Collection: DARWIN: HMS BEAGLE. Voyage of the HMS Beagle, which Charles Darwin sailed as ships naturalist
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South America Collection: Llama FG 8898 Photographed at Machu Picchu, Peru. Lama glama © Francois Gohier / ARDEA LONDON
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South America Collection: White-bellied Caique
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South America Collection: Killer whale / Orca - The adult male known as 'MEL', 45 to 50 years old when these images were taken
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South America Collection: Ecuador Cotopaxi, seen from the west
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South America Collection: View Of Iguazu Falls From Brazilian Side, Parana State, South America
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South America Collection: Charles Darwin, British naturalist
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South America Collection: Galapagos Islands Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island
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South America Collection: Rainbow Boa Brazil
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South America Collection: Angel Falls Venezuela
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South America Collection: Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot South America
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South America Collection: Galapagos Giant TORTOISE - by volcano - Alcedo Crater
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South America Collection: Piraputanga fish (Brycon hilarii) in underwater landscape, Aquario Natural, Rio Baia Bonito
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South America Collection: Kaieteur Waterfalls. Guyana South America. Fall's drop is 780 feet
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South America Collection: Fish - Spotted Sailfin Pleco South America
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South America Collection: Blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii) courting pair, South coast, Santa Cruz Island
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South America Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) male named Mel attacking young South American sea lion
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South America Collection: Chilean flamingos (Phoenicopterus chilensis) in flight over mountain peaks with glacier in
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South America Collection: People playing football on Ipanema beach in Rio
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South America Collection: Silver Arawana / Arowana / Aruana Fish Amazon, South America
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South America Collection: Red-footed Tortoise Pantanal, Brazil
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South America Collection: Blue-Footed Booby - close-up of feed. Espagnola Island - Galapagos
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South America Collection: Underwater river scene with freshwater plants and Tetra fish, Aquario Natural, Rio Baia Bonito
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South America Collection: Hummingbird and Passionflowers, ca. 1875-85. Creator: Martin Johnson Heade
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South America Collection: Peru map 1897
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South America Collection: Buenos Aires map
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South America Collection: MAP: AMERICAS, c1630. A map of North and South America created by Dutch cartographer
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South America Collection: Tegu lizard at Iguazu Falls
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South America Collection: Earth
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South America Collection: Black Ghost- knife fish, electric fish found in shallow fast flowing waters in South America
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South America Collection: Venezuela - Mount Roraima AWA0099
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South America Collection: Venezuela Mount Roraima from the north
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South America Collection: Common Vampire Bat - close-up face after feeding Sao Paulo, Brazil
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South America Collection: Wild Jaguar (Panthera onca), Endangered, Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil
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South America Collection: Moon rising over Valparaiso, Chile
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South America Collection: Continental drift, 100 million years ago


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South America: A Continent of Wonders and Diversity From the mystical Cave of the Hands in Argentina to the remnants of continental drift after 250 million years, a land steeped in history and natural marvels. It was aboard HMS Beagle that Darwin embarked on his transformative voyage, leaving an indelible mark on our understanding of evolution. In the 19th century, as depicted on a British Empire world map, South America stood proudly amidst its colonial past. But beyond political boundaries lies a continent teeming with life. The Red-tailed Catfish swims gracefully through the Amazon River basin in Brazil, while Blue-footed Boobies court each other along Santa Cruz Island's south coast. Diving into Aquario Natural's underwater river scene reveals a breathtaking sight - freshwater plants sway gently alongside Tetra fish, creating an ethereal ambiance. Piraputanga fish add vibrant colors to this aquatic landscape in Rio Baia Bonito. As night falls over South America, satellite images capture its beauty from space - a mesmerizing view of our whole Earth illuminated by lights below. And let us not forget the adorable Capybara mother and young frolicking across Venezuela's landscapes; they epitomize the continent's rich biodiversity. South America is more than just geographical features or historical milestones; it is a tapestry woven with nature's finest threads. Its allure beckons explorers to uncover hidden treasures and immerse themselves in its wonders.