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A baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

In this photo a baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa.

Gorilla doodgeschoten met jongetje (4) tussen poten - Het Nieuwsblad

(EnviroNews World News) -- A critically endangered male western lowland gorilla named Harambe was shot and killed on-site at the Cincinnati Zoo on May after a four-year-old boy fell into the gorilla pen and was dragged around by

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Common or Burchell's Zebra foal. A race or sub-species known as Crawshay's Zebra, which lacks the shadow stipes of other southen African zebras.

Mom's hauling her little one through the Wapusk National Park, Canada by photographer David Jenkins. From Arne as seen on The Telly.

David Jenkins has spent 10 years documenting the bond between mother polar bears and their newborn cubs This man deserves an Oscar for this photo!

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I want this ba ba but take that goofy bow out of my hair I& an animal and shouldn& be wearing peach outfits.b - Picmia

Mackay took this shot of a mother cheetah and her last cub—two others had just been lost to predators—in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. “It shows the commonality of what all mothers feel toward caring for and protecting their children,” she says. by Piper Mackay

Mackay took this shot of a mother cheetah and her last cub—two others had just been lost to predators—in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. “It shows the commonality of what all mothers feel toward caring for and protecting their children,” she says.

Derde prijs in de categorie 'Nature Stories'. 25 januari 211, Congo. Een nieuwsgierige vijf jaar oude bonobo in het Kokolopori Bonoboreservaart in Congo.

25 January 2011 A five-year-old bonobo turns out to be the most curious individual of a wild group of bonobos near the Kokolopori Bonobo Reserve, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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