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CASSOWARY  Beach front where the Cassowaries roam freely, Queensland, Australia. The cassowary is known as one of the most dangerous birds to humans, perhaps it is only the males, because on the below website one can see people filming them up close.  www.facebook.com/ettybaycaravanpark

CASSOWARY Beach front where the Cassowaries roam freely, Queensland, Australia. The cassowary is known as one of the most dangerous birds to humans, perhaps it is only the males, because on the below website one can see people filming them up close. www.facebook.com/ettybaycaravanpark

Photo of the day - Here’s a very unusual image of a very rarely witnessed phenomenon – a displaying male Brown Sicklebill in all his incredible glory! Well done to Markus Lilje for capturing this amazing sight of this beautiful bird-of-paradise, which he recently photographed in Papua New Guinea.

Photo of the day - Here’s a very unusual image of a very rarely witnessed phenomenon – a displaying male Brown Sicklebill in all his incredible glory! Well done to Markus Lilje for capturing this amazing sight of this beautiful bird-of-paradise, which he recently photographed in Papua New Guinea.

La escalofriante habilidad escaladora de los íbex alpinos, demostrada en la pared de una presa italiana.

La escalofriante habilidad escaladora de los íbex alpinos, demostrada en la pared de una presa italiana.

Toxic duo This hairy Mylabris beetle (14mm) is, like all blister beetles (Meloidae), toxic and often seen on the flowers of the Poison apple (Solanum panduriforme, now considered a form of Solanum incanum, Solanaceae). It is used in African ethnomedicine

Toxic duo This hairy Mylabris beetle (14mm) is, like all blister beetles (Meloidae), toxic and often seen on the flowers of the Poison apple (Solanum panduriforme, now considered a form of Solanum incanum, Solanaceae). It is used in African ethnomedicine

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