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Aardvark looking for ants and termites under a rock -NamibiaAardvark looking for ants and termites under a rock -NamibiaAardvark looking for ants and termites under a rock -Namibia© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Aardvark ears in NamibiaAardvark ears in NamibiaAardvark ears in Namibia© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Young Aardvark looking for termites in NamibiaYoung Aardvark looking for termites in NamibiaYoung Aardvark looking for termites in Namibia© Martin Harvey / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Germany and UK
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Aardvark in Savannah - East Africa Aardvark in Savannah - East Africa Aardvark in Savannah - East Africa © Tony Crocetta / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa  ; Varied, it is bounded by two rivers (here, the Orange River), plains stretching to the foot of relief ... Aardvarks avoid too rocky or stony areas (they can not dig). However, some individuals were observed through this exceptionally rocky line to use the area below (otherwise they bypass)Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa ; Varied, it is bounded by two rivers (here, the Orange River), plains stretching to the foot of relief ... Aardvarks avoid too rocky or stony areas (they can not dig). However, some individuals were observed through this exceptionally rocky line to use the area below (otherwise they bypass)© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa ; Varied, it

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Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa  ; Aerial view of the area of ??scientific monitoring Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa Biotope Aardvark Tussen RN-die-Riviere South Africa ; Aerial view of the area of ??scientific monitoring © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Implementation of radio-transmitter Aardvark South Africa Implementation of radio-transmitter Aardvark South Africa Implementation of radio-transmitter Aardvark South Africa © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Implementation of radio-transmitter Aardvark South Africa

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Scientific monitoring nocturnal Aardvarks South Africa ; daily monitoring night under a research program (and self-portrait). The animals were accustomed to humans and are become totally indifferent.Scientific monitoring nocturnal Aardvarks South AfricaScientific monitoring nocturnal Aardvarks South Africa ; daily monitoring night under a research program (and self-portrait). The animals were accustomed to humans and are become totally indifferent.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Scientific monitoring nocturnal Aardvarks South Africa ; daily

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Aardvark surprised by the day South Africa ; Surprised by the waking day, and apparently uncomfortable, this aardvark hastens to its burrow.Aardvark surprised by the day South AfricaAardvark surprised by the day South Africa ; Surprised by the waking day, and apparently uncomfortable, this aardvark hastens to its burrow.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark in Savannah the day South Africa ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high.Aardvark in Savannah the day South AfricaAardvark in Savannah the day South Africa ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark in Savannah the day South Africa ; although aardvarks

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Aardvark seeking ants day South Africa  ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high. This is being felt across the land in search of ants.Aardvark seeking ants day South Africa Aardvark seeking ants day South Africa ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high. This is being felt across the land in search of ants.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa  ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high. Here, a young male (35 kg) is currently updating superficial galleries ants (Anaplolepus Custodians). Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high. Here, a young male (35 kg) is currently updating superficial galleries ants (Anaplolepus Custodians). © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa ; although aardvarks

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Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa  ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high.Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa Aardvark in Savannah at day South Africa ; although aardvarks are generally strictly nocturnal, some individuals may, within regions and colder periods, begin their "night" while the sun is still high.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark eating in Termite South Africa  ; After reaching a termite colony (hodotermes mossambicus) to 2 m deep and have nurtured a moment, this aardvark digs again and cleared the land Reculon. Bites soldiers on leave indifferent. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing. Aardvark eating in Termite South Africa Aardvark eating in Termite South Africa ; After reaching a termite colony (hodotermes mossambicus) to 2 m deep and have nurtured a moment, this aardvark digs again and cleared the land Reculon. Bites soldiers on leave indifferent. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark eating in Termite South Africa ; After reaching a

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Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa  ; Aardvark underground digging deep gallery to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. The slope up to 45 degrees and the earth is coming to Reculon. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing. Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa ; Aardvark underground digging deep gallery to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. The slope up to 45 degrees and the earth is coming to Reculon. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa ; Aardvark

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Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa  ; Aardvark currently clearing land a gallery he digs deep to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing.Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa ; Aardvark currently clearing land a gallery he digs deep to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. The enormous energy expended in this undertaking seems offset by food intake, since aardvark can stay two hours, once the goal is achieved, recreusant from time to time a few moments. There may also return the following day (not always). Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used as a basis to dig a new burrow shelter or housing.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark digging towards Termite South Africa ; Aardvark

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Aardvark covered Termites soldiers South Africa  ; Attack galleries radiating a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes). The aardvark is covered with soldiers that secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene) through the tube at the top of their head. This does not seem to affect at all.The snout glued to the ground on a gallery, it draws heavily before catching its prey with its tongue in the gallery.Aardvark covered Termites soldiers South Africa Aardvark covered Termites soldiers South Africa ; Attack galleries radiating a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes). The aardvark is covered with soldiers that secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene) through the tube at the top of their head. This does not seem to affect at all.The snout glued to the ground on a gallery, it draws heavily before catching its prey with its tongue in the gallery.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark covered Termites soldiers South Africa ; Attack

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Aardvark eating in a Termite mound night South Africa  ; Having ripped a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes), the aardvark is settling in, and retrieves the termites in galleries mound. It seems that after a time, the proportion of men who flock eventually make the site less palatable. These secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene), but most are much poorer than the workers. He digs deeper or out exploring the periphery.Aardvark eating in a Termite mound night South Africa Aardvark eating in a Termite mound night South Africa ; Having ripped a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes), the aardvark is settling in, and retrieves the termites in galleries mound. It seems that after a time, the proportion of men who flock eventually make the site less palatable. These secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene), but most are much poorer than the workers. He digs deeper or out exploring the periphery.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark eating in a Termite mound night South Africa ; Having

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Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa  ; Attack built a mound (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes). The aardvark digs with the front legs and removes the debris blows of hind legs. Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa ; Attack built a mound (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes). The aardvark digs with the front legs and removes the debris blows of hind legs. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa ; Attack

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Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa  ; Having ripped a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes), the aardvark is settling in, sitting on his tail and gets termites in galleries mound. It seems that after a time, the proportion of men who flock eventually make the site less palatable. These secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene), but most are much poorer than the workers. He digs deeper (nurseries are at the center) or out exploring the periphery. [AT]Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa ; Having ripped a mound erected (Trinervitermes trinervoïdes), the aardvark is settling in, sitting on his tail and gets termites in galleries mound. It seems that after a time, the proportion of men who flock eventually make the site less palatable. These secrete an irritating substance (containing terpene), but most are much poorer than the workers. He digs deeper (nurseries are at the center) or out exploring the periphery. [AT]© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark ripping a Termite mound night South Africa ; Having

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Aardvark strumming Termitière night South Africa ; Aardvark currently clearing land a gallery he digs deep to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. It takes the earth with its front legs and then projected with its hind legs. The amount released can sometimes be overwhelming. Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used later as the basis for a new dig terrier shelter or housing.Aardvark strumming Termitière night South AfricaAardvark strumming Termitière night South Africa ; Aardvark currently clearing land a gallery he digs deep to reach a termite colony (Hodotermes mossambicus), 2 m lower. It takes the earth with its front legs and then projected with its hind legs. The amount released can sometimes be overwhelming. Such galleries (deep, without room to turn around) can be used later as the basis for a new dig terrier shelter or housing.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark strumming Termitière night South Africa ; Aardvark

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Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa  ; aardvarks frequently scratching with their claws against tree trunks, rocks ... or leg of their observer! Here, in the rain. Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa ; aardvarks frequently scratching with their claws against tree trunks, rocks ... or leg of their observer! Here, in the rain. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa ; aardvarks

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Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa  ; aardvarks frequently scratching with their claws against tree trunks, rocks ... or leg of their observer! Here, in the rain. Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa ; aardvarks frequently scratching with their claws against tree trunks, rocks ... or leg of their observer! Here, in the rain. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark scratching in Savannah night South Africa ; aardvarks

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Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa  ; Listening (not worried), nostrils curled, this individual took a break from his allimenation. The snout Aardvarks is very plastic and can move from this position to another, aligned with the muzzle, making vacuum the floor.Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa ; Listening (not worried), nostrils curled, this individual took a break from his allimenation. The snout Aardvarks is very plastic and can move from this position to another, aligned with the muzzle, making vacuum the floor.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa ; Listening

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Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa  ; nostrils of the aardvark are protected by dense hairs that allow it to suck hard, even if the soil is dusty. It thus identifies its prey through the earth, sometimes very deeply, or aspire once open galleries, before catching it with his tongue.Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa ; nostrils of the aardvark are protected by dense hairs that allow it to suck hard, even if the soil is dusty. It thus identifies its prey through the earth, sometimes very deeply, or aspire once open galleries, before catching it with his tongue.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Portrait of Aardvark in Savannah night South Africa ; nostrils

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Aardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated ants tunnel and sucked violently several times, aardvark catches its prey with its long tongue. It is covered with earth dug a deep hole just before.Aardvark catching ants night South AfricaAardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated ants tunnel and sucked violently several times, aardvark catches its prey with its long tongue. It is covered with earth dug a deep hole just before.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated tunnel termites and sucked violently several times in the hole, the aardvark catches its prey with its long tongue. Aardvark catching ants night South AfricaAardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated tunnel termites and sucked violently several times in the hole, the aardvark catches its prey with its long tongue. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated ant tunnel there sucks violently several times, the snout tightly glued ... (Before catching its prey with its long tongue) [Aardvark catching ants night South AfricaAardvark catching ants night South Africa ; After updated ant tunnel there sucks violently several times, the snout tightly glued ... (Before catching its prey with its long tongue) [© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark near a mound night South Africa ; Young (35 kg) for digging shallow open galleries ants. The claws are formidable efficiency tools. Aardvark near a mound night South AfricaAardvark near a mound night South Africa ; Young (35 kg) for digging shallow open galleries ants. The claws are formidable efficiency tools. © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark near a mound night South Africa ; The aardvark is well protected by hair nostrils, allowing it to inspire vigorously dusty surface and galleries. Here at work in the suburbs of a termite (shown left) Trinervitermes trinervoïdes. The soldiers have a small pipe on top of the head which flows an irritating substance (containing terpene) in case of attack.Aardvark near a mound night South AfricaAardvark near a mound night South Africa ; The aardvark is well protected by hair nostrils, allowing it to inspire vigorously dusty surface and galleries. Here at work in the suburbs of a termite (shown left) Trinervitermes trinervoïdes. The soldiers have a small pipe on top of the head which flows an irritating substance (containing terpene) in case of attack.© Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark near a mound night South Africa ; The aardvark is well

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Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark in the savanna at dusk South Africa Aardvark in the savanna at dusk South Africa Aardvark in the savanna at dusk South Africa © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa Aardvark out of its burrow at night in South Africa © Gaël Le Roc'h / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aardvark walking in the savannah Masai Mara KenyaAardvark walking in the savannah Masai Mara KenyaAardvark walking in the savannah Masai Mara Kenya© Tony Crocetta / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Young Aardvark in a burrow South AfricaYoung Aardvark in a burrow South AfricaYoung Aardvark in a burrow South Africa© Thierry Petit / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aarrdvark foraging for ants and termitesAarrdvark foraging for ants and termitesAarrdvark foraging for ants and termites© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aardvark Free State RSAAardvark Free State RSAAardvark Free State RSA© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aardvark Tuissen de Riviere Free State RSAAardvark Tuissen de Riviere Free State RSAAardvark Tuissen de Riviere Free State RSA© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aardvark emerging from burrow Tuissen de Riviere Free StateAardvark emerging from burrow Tuissen de Riviere Free StateAardvark emerging from burrow Tuissen de Riviere Free State© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Oryctérope cherchant sa nourriture Tussen RSAOryctérope cherchant sa nourriture Tussen RSAOryctérope cherchant sa nourriture Tussen RSA© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aardvark surfacing from its lair at dusk. South AfricaAardvark surfacing from its lair at dusk. South AfricaAardvark surfacing from its lair at dusk. South Africa© Nigel J. Dennis / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Aardvark - Zambia ; Aardvark emerging from burrow caught by camera trap, Orycteropus afer, Luangwa Valley, ZambiaAardvark - ZambiaAardvark - Zambia ; Aardvark emerging from burrow caught by camera trap, Orycteropus afer, Luangwa Valley, Zambia© Frans Lanting / Mint Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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