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American Pika eating leaves on a rock USA  ; Small rodent similar lagomorphs, live at high altitude do not hibernate, and therefore significant reserves of hay between the rocks where he lives<br>is scarce in relation to climate change - different species in Eurasia and North America -American Pika eating leaves on a rock USA American Pika eating leaves on a rock USA  ; Small rodent similar lagomorphs, live at high altitude do not hibernate, and therefore significant reserves of hay between the rocks where he lives
is scarce in relation to climate change - different species in Eurasia and North America -
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American Pika eating leaves on a rock USA  ; Small rodent

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American Pika on a rock USA ; Small rodent similar lagomorphs, live at high altitude do not hibernate, and therefore significant reserves of hay between the rocks where he lives<br>is scarce in relation to climate change - different species in Eurasia and North America -American Pika on a rock USAAmerican Pika on a rock USA ; Small rodent similar lagomorphs, live at high altitude do not hibernate, and therefore significant reserves of hay between the rocks where he lives
is scarce in relation to climate change - different species in Eurasia and North America -
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American Pika on a rock USA ; Small rodent similar lagomorphs,

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Rockhopper penguin walking next to an Albatross nest ; On Saunders Island, each parcel of cliff is colonized by the black-browed albatross and gorfous jumpers. The cohabitation between these 2 species is peaceful. Rockhopper penguin walking next to an Albatross nestRockhopper penguin walking next to an Albatross nest ; On Saunders Island, each parcel of cliff is colonized by the black-browed albatross and gorfous jumpers. The cohabitation between these 2 species is peaceful. © Pierre Lobel / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rockhopper penguin walking next to an Albatross nest ; On

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Mating attempt between two species of Crab spiders ; Localité : Saint-Jean-du-Bruel.Mating attempt between two species of Crab spidersMating attempt between two species of Crab spiders ; Localité : Saint-Jean-du-Bruel.© P. & M. Guinchard / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Red encrusting calcareous alga of Coralligenous ; Typical aspect of the competition between species : the red  calcareous encrusting algae cover the rock and the sponges (Crambe crambe). The Pseudolithophyllum alga is covered by small serpulidae and many epiphytes. On the left top, the same alga younger is lesse covered and has a more usual color.Red encrusting calcareous alga of CoralligenousRed encrusting calcareous alga of Coralligenous ; Typical aspect of the competition between species : the red calcareous encrusting algae cover the rock and the sponges (Crambe crambe). The Pseudolithophyllum alga is covered by small serpulidae and many epiphytes. On the left top, the same alga younger is lesse covered and has a more usual color.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Red encrusting calcareous alga of Coralligenous ; Typical aspect

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