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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.


African Elephant - Family enjoying a mud hole Featured Print

African Elephant - Family enjoying a mud hole

TOM-822
African Elephant - Family enjoying a mud hole
Matusadona National Park, Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe, Africa
Loxodonta africana
Tom & Pat Leeson
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© ? Tom & Pat Leeson/ardea.com

Adult And Young, Africa, African, Babies, Baby, Bathing, Behaviour, Bird, Calf, Calves, Cooling, Digging, Dirty, Egret, Egrets, Elephant, Elephants, Endangered, Families, Family, Grassland, Grasslands, Group, Groups, Herd, Herds, Lake, Lakes, M Ammals, Mammal, Miispecies, Mother And Young, Mud, Mud Bathing, Muddy, National Parks, Playing, Rare, Savannah, Southern Central Africa, Temperature Control, Wallowing, Wart Hog, Wild Life, With Other Animals, Young, Zimbabwe

Nile CROCODILE - with jaws open to dissupate excess heat; cooling strategy Featured Print

Nile CROCODILE - with jaws open to dissupate excess heat; cooling strategy

RS-193
Nile CROCODILE - with jaws open to dissupate excess heat; cooling strategy
Bubalornis albirostris
The largest crocodiles control their own patch of river and chase away potential competitors. The biggest are over 6 meters in lenght and are over 70 years old
Robyn Stewart
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© ? Robyn Stewart/ardea.com

Timber Rattlesnakes - Gravid females basking to bring young to term Featured Print

Timber Rattlesnakes - Gravid females basking to bring young to term

CAN-2116
Timber Rattlesnakes - Gravid females basking to bring young to term
Northeastern USA
Crotalus horridus
Venomous pitvipers, widely distributed throughout eastern United States. Legally protected in 8 of 32 states in which it occurs. Populations declining due to habitat loss and direct persecution. Occurs in two color morphs--black and yellow. Female bear live litters of 3-14 young every 3-5 years. Feeds mainly on small mammals captured through ambush. Ectothermic (cold-blooded)--relies heavily on rocky, south-facing outcrops for basking. Generally mild-mannered in comparison to other rattlesnake species
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com