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*swipe for pix* Excellent place! Family across the causeway, do put this place on your list the next time you come by. #theselamatentourage #naturalhistorymuseum
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This big guy has been suspended in his glass case for as long as I’ve been walking through the Company Gardens. When I was little, I was convinced he was taxidermied. Just look at that world-wearied gaze!
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#turtle #publicart #natureart #naturalhistorymuseum #exhibit #publicgardens #artstagram #walkyourcity
What an adventure one can have in NYC! There is too much to say just as there was so much to do. Just had the mindset of plan as you go and things just worked out. Set no expectations, and absorbed all the enjoyment from exploring. I will return again for another race and new adventures.
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#centralpark #newyork #themet #naturalhistorymuseum
Some of the category winners from the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. This year's competition attracted almost 50,000 entries from professionals and amateurs across 92 countries. An upcoming exhibition at the @natural_history_museum, London, will showcase 100 of the images. Photos: Tony Wu, Brian Skerry, Peter Delaney, Ashleigh Scully @nhm_wpy
#WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WPY #NaturePhotography #Wildlife #Nature #WildlifePhotography #Photography #Exhibition #NatGeo #NaturalHistoryMuseum #Photography
Sic transit gloria mundi

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‘To make such a tragic scene almost majestic in its sculptural power deserves the highest award.’ - #WPY53 Judge Roz Kidman Cox.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 is @brentstirton.

Brent won the prestigious grand title for his compelling image Memorial to a species, which frames a recently shot and dehorned black rhino in South Africa’s Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park. The jury selected Brent’s image as the most memorable and striking from almost 50,000 entries.

Brent’s picture highlights the urgent need for humanity to protect our planet and the species we share it with. Once the most numerous rhino species, black rhinos are now critically endangered because of poaching and the illegal international trade in rhino horn, one of the world’s most corrupt illegal wildlife networks.

See Brent's image and discover the full story in the new exhibition opening on Fri 20 Oct at the @natural_history_museum , London. Visit the link in our bio for tickets.

#WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WPY#NaturePhotography #Wildlife #Nature#WildlifePhotography #Photography #Exhibition #NatGeo #PhotoOfTheDay #NaturalHistoryMuseum #Rhino #BlackRhino #WildlifeCrime #BrentStirton #SouthAfrica #GrandTtitleWinner #poaching #Criticallyendangered #NatGeo #wildlifeIssues #Photojournalism #Conservation
Retouched but not quite right yet.

Epicyon haydeni- an extinct canid genus of the subfamily Borophaginae, "bone-crushing dogs"

Skull referenced was my photo from the Natural History Museum.

#prehistoric #naturalhistorymuseum #howdoyoumuseum #nationalgeographic #fossil #animals #anatomy #megafauna #evolution #wild #science #natgeo #skulls #sketch #animalart #bigcat
#nature #drawing #paleontologist #extinct #mammals #paleoart #nhmla

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