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Blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), The flight begins, SlovakiaBlue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), The flight begins, SlovakiaBlue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), The flight begins, Slovakia© Ervin Horesnyík / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Snow Geese in flight at twilightSnow Geese in flight at twilightSnow Geese in flight at twilight© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Woodlouse spider, Dysdera crocata. Eating a woodlose. Woodlouse spiders hunt at night and do not spin webs. They spend the day in a silken retreat made to enclose crevices in, generally, partially decayed wood, but sometimes construct tent-like structures in indents of various large rocks. Their diet consists principally of woodlice which—despite their tough exoskeleton—are pierced easily by the spider's large chelicerae (fangs). They bite humans if handled but with no major medical problems. Localized itchiness at the bite site has been reported in some cases. PortugalWoodlouse spider, Dysdera crocata. Eating a woodlose. Woodlouse spiders hunt at night and do not spin webs. They spend the day in a silken retreat made to enclose crevices in, generally, partially decayed wood, but sometimes construct tent-like structures in indents of various large rocks. Their diet consists principally of woodlice which—despite their tough exoskeleton—are pierced easily by the spider's large chelicerae (fangs). They bite humans if handled but with no major medical problems. Localized itchiness at the bite site has been reported in some cases. PortugalWoodlouse spider, Dysdera crocata. Eating a woodlose. Woodlouse spiders hunt at night and do not spin webs. They spend the day in a silken retreat made to enclose crevices in, generally, partially decayed wood, but sometimes construct tent-like structures in indents of various large rocks. Their diet consists principally of woodlice which—despite their tough exoskeleton—are pierced easily by the spider's large chelicerae (fangs). They bite humans if handled but with no major medical problems. Localized itchiness at the bite site has been reported in some cases. Portugal© Paulo de Oliveira / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Waterfall, Oregon, USAWaterfall, Oregon, USAWaterfall, Oregon, USA© Marcio Cabral / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Weaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.Weaving wool Yack - Tibet ChinaWeaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.Weaving wool Yack - Tibet ChinaWeaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Weaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.Weaving wool Yack - Tibet ChinaWeaving wool Yack - Tibet China ; Norlha has created a factory to transform the whool of the yak employing more than 100 women from the village.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Great egret in flight Great egret in flight Great egret in flight © Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Cotton Bee on spin PNR Northern Vosges FranceCotton Bee on spin PNR Northern Vosges FranceCotton Bee on spin PNR Northern Vosges France© Michel Rauch / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama BoliviaAymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama BoliviaAymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama Bolivia© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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Aymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama BoliviaAymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama BoliviaAymara shepherdess spining the wool of Lama Sajama Bolivia© Daniel Heuclin / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Japan
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Short-eared Owl in flight and hunting FranceShort-eared Owl in flight and hunting FranceShort-eared Owl in flight and hunting France© Fabrice Simon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees SpainSpin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees SpainSpin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees Spain© Antoni Agelet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Spin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees SpainSpin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees SpainSpin and thorny stem of Sarsaparilla Pyrenees Spain© Antoni Agelet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Alpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca Bolivia© Lionel Astruc / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Alpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca Bolivia© Lionel Astruc / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Alpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca BoliviaAlpaca wool spinning in crude workshops Coproca Bolivia© Lionel Astruc / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Manufacturing skein of yellow silk thread Cambodia Manufacturing skein of yellow silk thread Cambodia Manufacturing skein of yellow silk thread Cambodia © Lionel Astruc / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Manufacturing skein of yellow silk thread Cambodia 

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Priming the son of silk from the cocoons Turkey  ; in a carpet factoryPriming the son of silk from the cocoons Turkey Priming the son of silk from the cocoons Turkey  ; in a carpet factory© Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Priming the son of silk from the cocoons Turkey  ; in a carpet

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Tapering of silkworm cocoons in China factory Tapering of silkworm cocoons in China factory Tapering of silkworm cocoons in China factory © Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Unraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in ChinaUnraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in ChinaUnraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in China© Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Unraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in ChinaUnraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in ChinaUnraveling the cocoons of silkworms in a factory in China© Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Berber woman spinning wool Tozeur TunisiaBerber woman spinning wool Tozeur TunisiaBerber woman spinning wool Tozeur Tunisia© Pascal Goetgheluck / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sisal spinner in MadagascarSisal spinner in MadagascarSisal spinner in Madagascar© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Man spinning wool Valley Lingti Zanskar India  ; Farmer mountain wool putting on a distaffMan spinning wool Valley Lingti Zanskar India Man spinning wool Valley Lingti Zanskar India  ; Farmer mountain wool putting on a distaff© Jean-Jacques Alcalay / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Indian woman of minority Bishnoï spinning cotton JodhpurIndian woman of minority Bishnoï spinning cotton JodhpurIndian woman of minority Bishnoï spinning cotton Jodhpur© Wilfried Louvet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Lascaux - Cave artLascaux - Cave artLascaux - Cave art© Pascal Goetgheluck / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Foliage and spin vineFoliage and spin vineFoliage and spin vine© Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold <br><br> Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 held the rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa PeruFactory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold

Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 held the rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.
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Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a

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Spining alpaca wool Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold <br> <br>Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.Spining alpaca wool Colca Valley Altiplano PeruSpining alpaca wool Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold

Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.
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Spining alpaca wool Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The

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Laine ready to be spun Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold <br> <br>Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.Laine ready to be spun Colca Valley Altiplano PeruLaine ready to be spun Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold

Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.
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Laine ready to be spun Colca Valley Altiplano Peru ; Feature: The

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Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold <br> <br>Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa PeruFactory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a camelid that is worth gold

Before 90 years, Vicuna was in great danger of extinction. The Conacs is an organization of the Ministry of Environment, whose role is to organize the world's Camélidé in Peru, particularly the vicuna, which is an animal impossible to raise and domesticate it only supports their natural habitat, which involves a large component, especially as its wool is by far the best and indeed the most expensive. Poaching has consistently décroitre, and the number of vicunas to rise. One company in Peru until 2004 had operating rights, Incalpaca, and not get as wool controlled by the Conacs on the ground.
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Factory wool Incalpaca Arequipa Peru ; Feature: The vicuna, a

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Thread bobbin VietnamThread bobbin VietnamThread bobbin Vietnam© Françoise Lemarchand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thread bobbin Vietnam

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Cocoons of scalded silkmoths MadagascarCocoons of scalded silkmoths MadagascarCocoons of scalded silkmoths Madagascar© Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cocoons of scalded silkmoths Madagascar

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Woman and cocoons of scalded silkmoths MadagascarWoman and cocoons of scalded silkmoths MadagascarWoman and cocoons of scalded silkmoths Madagascar© Claude Thouvenin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Women in traditional clothe spinning wool PeruWomen in traditional clothe spinning wool PeruWomen in traditional clothe spinning wool Peru© Françoise Lemarchand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Woman in traditional clothe spinning wool PeruWoman in traditional clothe spinning wool PeruWoman in traditional clothe spinning wool Peru© Françoise Lemarchand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Woman spinning wool Mustang NepalWoman spinning wool Mustang NepalWoman spinning wool Mustang Nepal© Françoise Lemarchand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Woman spinning wool Mustang Nepal

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Man spinning wool Mustang NepalMan spinning wool Mustang NepalMan spinning wool Mustang Nepal© Françoise Lemarchand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Annelide living between the spines of starfish arms ; @ Phoresy.<br>Lower face of starfish with Annelide.Annelide living between the spines of starfish armsAnnelide living between the spines of starfish arms ; @ Phoresy.
Lower face of starfish with Annelide.
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Woman holding a pink flowers bouquet BurmaWoman holding a pink flowers bouquet BurmaWoman holding a pink flowers bouquet Burma© Gil Chamberland / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ocellated Turkey running Mexico ; Biosphere Reserve of  Chiapas.Ocellated Turkey running MexicoOcellated Turkey running Mexico ; Biosphere Reserve of Chiapas.© Michel Gunther / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Ocellated Turkey running Mexico ; Biosphere Reserve of Chiapas.

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Young woman spinning wool Chitwan NP NepalYoung woman spinning wool Chitwan NP NepalYoung woman spinning wool Chitwan NP Nepal© Gilles Martin / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Tourist and Morrocan woman in a factory of carpet in Morocco Tourist and Morrocan woman in a factory of carpet in Morocco Tourist and Morrocan woman in a factory of carpet in Morocco © Jean-Jacques Alcalay / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Coconut fibre spinning Kerala India Coconut fibre spinning Kerala India Coconut fibre spinning Kerala India © Jean-Jacques Alcalay / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Coconut fibre spinning Kerala India 

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Lâcher de pigeons voyageurs pour un concours d'orientation ; et de vitesse Arras FranceLâcher de pigeons voyageurs pour un concours d'orientationLâcher de pigeons voyageurs pour un concours d'orientation ; et de vitesse Arras France© Samuel Dhote / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Lâcher de pigeons voyageurs pour un concours d'orientation ; et

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Spin iguana spec. (Ctenosaura spec.) adult portrait, Costa RicaSpin iguana spec. (Ctenosaura spec.) adult portrait, Costa RicaSpin iguana spec. (Ctenosaura spec.) adult portrait, Costa Rica© Greg Basco / BIA / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A spider mite on a cannabis sativa leaf. Spider mites are members of the Acari (mite) family Tetranychidae, which includes about 1,200 species. They generally live on the undersides of leaves of plants, where they may spin protective silk webs, and they can cause damage by puncturing the plant cells to feed.Spider mites are known to feed on several hundred species of plants.A spider mite on a cannabis sativa leaf. Spider mites are members of the Acari (mite) family Tetranychidae, which includes about 1,200 species. They generally live on the undersides of leaves of plants, where they may spin protective silk webs, and they can cause damage by puncturing the plant cells to feed.Spider mites are known to feed on several hundred species of plants.A spider mite on a cannabis sativa leaf. Spider mites are members of the Acari (mite) family Tetranychidae, which includes about 1,200 species. They generally live on the undersides of leaves of plants, where they may spin protective silk webs, and they can cause damage by puncturing the plant cells to feed.Spider mites are known to feed on several hundred species of plants.© Javier Torrent / Visual and Written - Photo Collection / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Repotting of a lily of the Nile in a gardenRepotting of a lily of the Nile in a gardenRepotting of a lily of the Nile in a garden© B & G Médias / Rustica / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in France

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