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Impala (Aepyceros melampus) drinking at a river in drought, Kruger, South AfricaImpala (Aepyceros melampus) drinking at a river in drought, Kruger, South AfricaImpala (Aepyceros melampus) drinking at a river in drought, Kruger, South Africa© Brigitte Marcon / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Impala (Aepyceros melampus) drinking at a river in drought,

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Kenya, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Girafe masai (Giraffa camelopardalis), in dry seasonKenya, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Girafe masai (Giraffa camelopardalis), in dry seasonKenya, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Girafe masai (Giraffa camelopardalis), in dry season© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Kenya, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Girafe masai (Giraffa

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African Elephant walking in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican Elephant walking in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican Elephant walking in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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African Elephant walking in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya

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Masai Giraffe and Oxpeckers at dusk - Masai Mara KenyaMasai Giraffe and Oxpeckers at dusk - Masai Mara KenyaMasai Giraffe and Oxpeckers at dusk - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Masai Giraffe and Oxpeckers at dusk - Masai Mara Kenya

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Masai Giraffe and storm in the dry season - Masai Mara KenyaMasai Giraffe and storm in the dry season - Masai Mara KenyaMasai Giraffe and storm in the dry season - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Masai Giraffe and storm in the dry season - Masai Mara Kenya

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Lion male sitting on a track - Serengeti Tanzania Lion male sitting on a track - Serengeti Tanzania Lion male sitting on a track - Serengeti Tanzania © Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Lion male sitting on a track - Serengeti Tanzania

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Male Lions in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania Male Lions in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania Male Lions in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania © Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Male Lions in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania

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Male Lion in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania Male Lion in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania Male Lion in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania © Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Male Lion in savanna - Serengeti Tanzania

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Portrait of Cheetah suffocating a prey - Masai Mara KenyaPortrait of Cheetah suffocating a prey - Masai Mara KenyaPortrait of Cheetah suffocating a prey - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Portrait of Cheetah suffocating a prey - Masai Mara Kenya

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Portrait of Cheetah lying in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaPortrait of Cheetah lying in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaPortrait of Cheetah lying in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Portrait of Cheetah lying in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya

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Cheetah at rest on termit mound - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah at rest on termit mound - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah at rest on termit mound - Masai Mara Kenya © Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetah at rest on termit mound - Masai Mara Kenya

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Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya © Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya

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Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya © Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetah looking for a prey in savanna - Masai Mara Kenya

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African Elephant eating in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya African Elephant eating in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya African Elephant eating in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya © Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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African Elephant eating in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya

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African Elephants in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican Elephants in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican Elephants in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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African Elephants in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya

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African buffalo in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican buffalo in the savannah - Masai Mara KenyaAfrican buffalo in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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African buffalo in the savannah - Masai Mara Kenya

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Burchell's  Zebra in burned savannah - Kruger South AfricaBurchell's Zebra in burned savannah - Kruger South AfricaBurchell's Zebra in burned savannah - Kruger South Africa© Thomas Dressler / BiosphotoJPG - RMExclusive sale possible
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Burchell's Zebra in burned savannah - Kruger South Africa

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Spectacled caiman in water overnight French GuianaSpectacled caiman in water overnight French GuianaSpectacled caiman in water overnight French Guiana© Quentin Martinez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Spectacled caiman in water overnight French Guiana

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Portrait of Amazon tree Boa on a branch French GuianaPortrait of Amazon tree Boa on a branch French GuianaPortrait of Amazon tree Boa on a branch French Guiana© Quentin Martinez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Portrait of Amazon tree Boa on a branch French Guiana

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Spectacled caiman in water overnight French GuianaSpectacled caiman in water overnight French GuianaSpectacled caiman in water overnight French Guiana© Quentin Martinez / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Spectacled caiman in water overnight French Guiana

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Grant's zebras in the Masai Mara NR  KenyaGrant's zebras in the Masai Mara NR KenyaGrant's zebras in the Masai Mara NR Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Grant's zebras in the Masai Mara NR Kenya

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Lion lying in tall grasses in the Masai Mara NR in KenyaLion lying in tall grasses in the Masai Mara NR in KenyaLion lying in tall grasses in the Masai Mara NR in Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Lion lying in tall grasses in the Masai Mara NR in Kenya

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Impalas herd and storm in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaImpalas herd and storm in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaImpalas herd and storm in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Impalas herd and storm in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya

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Cheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya

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Cheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetahs at sunset in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya

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Cheetah in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetah in the Masai Mara RN in KenyaCheetah in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya© Michel & Christine Denis-Huot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cheetah in the Masai Mara RN in Kenya

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Jaguar killing & reporting a Cayman against a strong current ; While stifling tightening the neck, the superpredator fight against the strong current and tries to get his prey out of the water.Jaguar killing & reporting a Cayman against a strong currentJaguar killing & reporting a Cayman against a strong current ; While stifling tightening the neck, the superpredator fight against the strong current and tries to get his prey out of the water.© Patrick Fagot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Jaguar killing & reporting a Cayman against a strong current ;

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Jaguar clinging on branch to exit river water with its prey ; Superpredator fights against the strong current and tries to get his prey out the water. It uses a branch from the bank as a fulcrum.Jaguar clinging on branch to exit river water with its preyJaguar clinging on branch to exit river water with its prey ; Superpredator fights against the strong current and tries to get his prey out the water. It uses a branch from the bank as a fulcrum.© Patrick Fagot / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Jaguar clinging on branch to exit river water with its prey ;

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Tenderness enters a Zebra and its small EtoshaTenderness enters a Zebra and its small EtoshaTenderness enters a Zebra and its small Etosha© Brigitte Marcon / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Tenderness enters a Zebra and its small Etosha

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Crocodile on the back of an Hippopotamus in a group Zambia ; Site : hippo pool on the Luangwa River. <br>During the dry season, the Hippopotamuses are so concentrated that it leaves little room for Crocodiles ...Crocodile on the back of an Hippopotamus in a group ZambiaCrocodile on the back of an Hippopotamus in a group Zambia ; Site : hippo pool on the Luangwa River.
During the dry season, the Hippopotamuses are so concentrated that it leaves little room for Crocodiles ...
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Crocodile on the back of an Hippopotamus in a group Zambia ; Site

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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) blooming flower stem. The blossoms are sheltered beneath protecting leaves, to harden the plant agains frost and wind. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) blooming flower stem. The blossoms are sheltered beneath protecting leaves, to harden the plant agains frost and wind. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) blooming flower stem. The blossoms are sheltered beneath protecting leaves, to harden the plant agains frost and wind. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NP© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) blooming flower

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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NP© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt.

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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt. Silki. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NP© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), forest near Mt.

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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), very exposed location with adult, but small lobelias, 4200m peak of Mt. Beroch Wuha. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), very exposed location with adult, but small lobelias, 4200m peak of Mt. Beroch Wuha. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NPEthiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), very exposed location with adult, but small lobelias, 4200m peak of Mt. Beroch Wuha. Giant Lobelias (family campanulaceae) are characteristic for the afro alpine and and afro montane ecosystems in the highlands of East Africa. They are adopted to high UV radiation and daily change of heat and frost. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia, Simien Mts. NP© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Ethiopian Giant Lobelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum), very exposed

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, group on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, group on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, group on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, young plant on Sanetti Plateau at 4100m. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, detail of old withered stem of the flower spike, which shows structures known from modern fiber enforced materials (biomimicry, bio-inspired) - layers of fibers. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, detail of old withered stem of the flower spike, which shows structures known from modern fiber enforced materials (biomimicry, bio-inspired) - layers of fibers. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia, detail of old withered stem of the flower spike, which shows structures known from modern fiber enforced materials (biomimicry, bio-inspired) - layers of fibers. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, EthiopiaGiant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of Ethiopia. Giant Lobelias are typical and very often endemic to the high mountains and plateaus of East Africa. They are adapted to the daily change between frost in the nights and the heat of the tropical days as well as the extreme UV radiation of African mountains. Africa, East Africa, Ethiopia© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Giant Loebelia (Lobelia rhynchopetalum) in the Bale Mountains of

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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Group of females with young. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Group of females with young. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Group of females with young. Africa, East Africa, Uganda© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth

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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, Uganda© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Queen Elizabeth

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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, Uganda© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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The Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, UgandaThe Ugandan Kob (Kobus kob thomasi) in the Murchison Falls National Parl is the heraldic animal of Uganda. Africa, East Africa, Uganda© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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