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Kookaburras, Cape Hillsborough, Queensland

Cape Hillsborough is well worth a visit, a stunning spot, tucked away on the Queensland coast. It is renowned for the wallabies that come down to the beach at sunrise, but unfortunately the day we were there it was so windy, none of them ventured out. I had to settle for this shot of two Kookaburras sitting in a tree in the woods.
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Rainbow Lorikeets, Mt Tamborine, Queensland

A stunning group of Rainbow Lorikeets, seen at Mount Tamborine, in the Gold Coast hinterland, Queensland.

Taipan, Queensland

The Coastal Taipan is reputedly one of the most dangerous snakes in the world. Not only is its venom highly toxic, but it is an aggressive snake which will strike repeatedly, injecting large amounts of venom. Welcome to Queensland !
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Warthog, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Believe it or not, this warthog is digging holes in a golf course and was making a right mess. Taken just outside the town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

Brown Pelican, The Galapagos Islands

A Brown Pelican sets off for its lunch. Probably an adolescent, as it has yet to grow its attractive white plumage.
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Iguana, Aruba DWI

Walking amongst the cacti in Aruba, I nearly trod on this monster, he was probably close to a metre in length including the tail. I'm not sure who was more scared, but I kept moving closer and closer with my camera, until he finally upped onto his hind legs and ran off. They look nasty but they're herbivores.

Lone Wildebeeste, Zimbabwe

This lone bull wildebeeste was seen silhouetted against the grass in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
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Yellow Hornbill, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park is home to some spectacular birdlife, and the Yellow Hornbill is a perfect example.

Pelican, Hervey Bay, Queensland

Pelican seen from the pier at Hervey Bay in Queensland. Photo taken by Jonathan
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Green Tree Python, Queensland

The beautifully coloured Green Tree Python, from Queensland, Australia

Albert on the washing line

This is Albert, our resident Kookaburra. Sometimes we go weeks without seeing him, and then he seems to be around all the time. At dusk, he can often be seen sitting on the gutter or as on this occasion, on the washing line, waiting for dinner to pop its head out of a hole in the ground nearby.
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Swamp Wallaby, Queensland

The Swamp Wallaby or "Stinker", from Queensland.

Fur Seal, Galapagos Islands

This Galapagos Fur Seal is disguised amongst the sand and the rocks, while it takes a well earned rest.
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Rainbow Lorikeets, Queensland

This image was modified to show how colour stands out over black and white, particularly in advertising. It shows a stunning group of Rainbow Lorikeets, with one more stunning than his mates.

Marine Iguana, Galapagos Islands

The colourful Marine Iguana from the Galapagos Islands.
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Humpback Whale breaching

A young Humpback whale breaches off the Queensland coast, during their annual migration along Australia's eastern seaboard.

Humpback Whale spy-hopping

This inquisitive Humpback Whale (believed to be a juvenile male) came alongside our boat to have a good look at us. Taken off Queensland's Sunshine Coast during their return migration south in August.
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Echidna, Queensland

Australia's marsupial hedgehog, the Echidna, which appears to have backward-facing feet, specially for digging.

Crowned Crane, Zimbabwe

A magnificent Crowned Crane, seen in the Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
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Elephants, Chobe River, Botswana

A tranquil scene at the Chobe River in Botswana.

Water Buffalo calf, Chobe National Park, Botswana

A Water Buffalo calf calls out. Taken in the Chobe National Park, Botswana.
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Hippo family nap, Namibia

This family of hippos was caught having a snooze on the Namibian side of the Chobe River.

Darter, Chobe River, Botswana

The African Darter (or 'Snakebird') can often be seen drying its wings along riverbanks. Taken along the Chobe River in Botswana.
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Elephant bathtime, Zimbabwe

A young elephant has a great time in a small waterhole, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.