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Temperature Control Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 396 pictures in our Temperature Control collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


FG-EC-577 California Sealions - cooling off in the water near the breakwater of Monterey harbor Featured Print

FG-EC-577 California Sealions - cooling off in the water near the breakwater of Monterey harbor

FG-EC-577
California Sealions - cooling off in the water near the breakwater of Monterey harbor
Monterey Bay - Pacific Ocean - California - USA
Zalophus californianus
Francois Gohier
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© Francois Gohier/ardea.com Franois Gohier/ardea.com Franois Gohier/ardea.co

CAN-3683 California Condor - Sunning itself on rock showing wing tags Featured Print

CAN-3683 California Condor - Sunning itself on rock showing wing tags

CAN-3683
California Condor - Sunning itself on rock showing wing tags
Utah - USA
Gymnogyps californianus
Endangered
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

America, American, Back View, Behaviour, Bird, Birds Of Prey, Condor, Condors, Endangered, North America, North American, Raptor, Raptors, Rare, Single, Stretching, Sun Bathing, Temperature Control, United States, Wild Life

Peringueys Adder - This small snake, also called Sidewinding Adder, shuffles completely into the fine sand of the Namib Desert, leaving only its eyes exposed which are situated on top of its rounded, flat head. On the photo it has just Featured Print

Peringueys Adder - This small snake, also called Sidewinding Adder, shuffles completely into the fine sand of the Namib Desert, leaving only its eyes exposed which are situated on top of its rounded, flat head. On the photo it has just

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Peringuey's Adder - This small snake, also called Sidewinding Adder, shuffles completely into the fine sand of the Namib Desert, leaving only its eyes exposed which are situated on top of its rounded, flat head. On the photo it has just shuffled into the sand.
Namib Desert, Namibia.
Bitis peringueyi
Thomas Dressler
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© Thomas Dressler/ardea.com