Surprises from the US Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library
Posted by havealittletalk on April 16, 2011
These aren’t images I’d expect to find in the US Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library, but you never know what you’ll find where, right?
Credit lines should read as follows: Credit: [photographer’s name]/US Fish and Wildlife Service or Credit: [photographer’s name]/USFWS.
The first eight images were made in East Africa (Kenya or Tanzania) by Gary M. Stolz.
Three cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatusz) sitting in Kenya, Africa. [WO5670-007]
Grant’s zebra. [WO5667-007]
Serval cat. [WO5675-007]
Reticulated giraffe. [WO5633-007]
Dwarf mongoose. [WO5648-007]
African elephant (Loxodonta africana). [WO5641-007]
African lion. Photographed by Ken Stansell. [WO5105-25]
African lion. Photographed by Ken Stansell. [WO5111Highlights]
A silverback (adult male gorilla) from Rwanda holds up a piece of bamboo. Photographed by Richard Ruggiero. [WOE396]
Mona ground iguana (Cyclura cornuta stejnegeri) photographed by Mike Morel in Puerto Rico. [WO-519MMorel]
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