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10 Wonderful Wildlife Photos

Explore the wildlife of the world with some of our favorite photos from the pages of Outdoor Photographer!

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1. Now You See Me …

An eastern screech owl in Dunkirk, New York. Photo By Tom Janik

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2. Robin Moore’s Night Frog

A newly discovered species of Night Frog (Nyctibatrachus robinmoorei) measures in at 12.2mm long, and was named for wildlife photographer and conservationist Robin Moore. Photo By SD Biju

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3. Blowball Brunch

A wild European ground squirrel in Vienna, Austria. Photo By Perdita Petzl

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4. Road Block

A herd of bison in Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Denver, Colorado. Photo By Grady McGinnis

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5. The Giggle

A Weddell seal on Half Moon Island in the South Shetland Islands of the Antarctic Peninsula. Photo by Daisy Gilardini

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6. Nature Of The Beast

A male lion pursues a male giraffe in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Namibia. Photo By Michael Cohen

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7. A Galápagos Tale

A Red-billed Tropicbird hovers among the rocky cliffs of the Galápagos Islands. Photo By Art Wolfe

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8. Yoga Bear

A brown bear relaxes in the McNeil River State Game Sanctuary and Refuge, Alaska. Photo By Jon Jacobs

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9. Put A Bird On It!

A zebra and her baby receive a visit from a feathered friend in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Photo By Max Seigal

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10. Goats Gone Wild

Goats in an argan tree in Morocco. Photo By Deanne Fitzmaurice

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