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Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England. Sundial, path and palm trees.  © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
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Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England. Sundial, path and palm trees. © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England.  © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
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Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England. © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England.  © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
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Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England. © akg-images / Mel Longhurst / The Image Works
Hidcote Manor Garden near Chipping Campden (Gloucestershire, England). Partial view of the garden and a pavillon. Photo by Florian Monheim.  © akg-images / Bildarchiv Monheim / The Image Works
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Hidcote Manor Garden near Chipping Campden
(Gloucestershire, England). Partial view of the garden and a pavillon.
Photo by Florian Monheim. © akg-images / Bildarchiv Monheim / The Image Works
Hidcote Manor Garden near Chipping Campden (Gloucestershire, England). Partial view of the garden. Photo by Barbara Opitz.  © akg-images / Bildarchiv Monheim / The Image Works
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Hidcote Manor Garden near Chipping Campden
(Gloucestershire, England). Partial view of the garden.
Photo by Barbara Opitz. © akg-images / Bildarchiv Monheim / The Image Works
LOGGERHEAD TURTLE - FEMALE (Caretta caretta ). Great Barrier Reef, Australia.  © Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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LOGGERHEAD TURTLE - FEMALE (Caretta caretta ). Great Barrier Reef, Australia. © Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Loggerhead TURTLE - front to side view (Caretta caretta). North Atlantic Ocean.  © Douglas David Seifert / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Loggerhead TURTLE - front to side view (Caretta caretta). North Atlantic Ocean. © Douglas David Seifert / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Loggerhead Turtle - Hatchling going to sea (Caretta caretta). Mon Repos Beach, Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia, January.  ©  Jean-Paul Ferrero / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Loggerhead Turtle - Hatchling going to sea (Caretta caretta). Mon Repos Beach, Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia, January. © Jean-Paul Ferrero / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Fisherman with Monkfish / Anglerfish on traditional fishing boat.  (Lophius piscatorius). Cornwall UK. The mouth is open due to decompression sickness in jaw. Showing the traditional way of fishing which is very much linked with the catch rather than big trawlers who basically vacuum the sea clean.   © Gavin Parsons / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Fisherman with Monkfish / Anglerfish on traditional fishing boat. (Lophius piscatorius). Cornwall UK. The mouth is open due to decompression sickness in jaw. Showing the traditional way of fishing which is very much linked with the catch rather than big trawlers who basically vacuum the sea clean. © Gavin Parsons / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Looking down the throat of a Monkfish / Anglerfish on a commecial fishing boat off Cornwall  (Lophius piscatorius). Cornwall, UK. Showing the traditional way of fishing which is very much linked with the catch rather than big trawlers who basically vacuum the sea clean.   © Gavin Parsons / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Looking down the throat of a Monkfish / Anglerfish on a commecial fishing boat off Cornwall (Lophius piscatorius). Cornwall, UK. Showing the traditional way of fishing which is very much linked with the catch rather than big trawlers who basically vacuum the sea clean. © Gavin Parsons / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Starry Toadfish / Starry Pufferfish  (Arothron stellatus). coastal waters from East Africa, Seychelles to Australia. Venomous animals.  © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Starry Toadfish / Starry Pufferfish (Arothron stellatus). coastal waters from East Africa, Seychelles to Australia. Venomous animals. © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Starry Puffer juvenile with distinctive lines.  © Colin Marshal / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Starry Puffer juvenile with distinctive lines. © Colin Marshal / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Starry Toadfish / Starry Pufferfish - coastal waters (Arothron stellatus). coastal waters from East Africa, Seychelles to Australia.   © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Starry Toadfish / Starry Pufferfish - coastal waters (Arothron stellatus). coastal waters from East Africa, Seychelles to Australia. © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro,  is the largest terrestial crab in the world.  © Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
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Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro, is the largest terrestial crab in the world. © Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro,  is the largest terrestial crab in the world.  ©Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
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Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro, is the largest terrestial crab in the world. ©Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro,  is the largest terrestial crab in the world. ©Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
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Tanzania, Zanzibar, Chumbe Island, Giant Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro, is the largest terrestial crab in the world. ©Ariadne Van Zandbergen / Africa Media Online / The Image Works
Stinging Box JELLYFISH / Sea Wasp - underwater (Chironex fleckeri). Magnetic Island, Queensland, Australia. Distribution: Northern Australia, tropical Indo-West Pacific and SE Asia. Found at river mouths, estuaries and in coastal waters. Their sting is powerful and can be fatal to human beings.  ©  Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Stinging Box JELLYFISH / Sea Wasp - underwater (Chironex fleckeri). Magnetic Island, Queensland, Australia. Distribution: Northern Australia, tropical Indo-West Pacific and SE Asia. Found at river mouths, estuaries and in coastal waters. Their sting is powerful and can be fatal to human beings. © Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Stinging Box Jellyfish / Sea Wasp - Underwater (Chironex fleckeri). Queensland, Australia. Distribution: Northern Australia, tropical Indo-West Pacific and SE Asia. Found at river mouths, estuaries and in coastal waters. Their sting is powerful and can be fatal to human beings.  ©  Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Stinging Box Jellyfish / Sea Wasp - Underwater (Chironex fleckeri). Queensland, Australia. Distribution: Northern Australia, tropical Indo-West Pacific and SE Asia. Found at river mouths, estuaries and in coastal waters. Their sting is powerful and can be fatal to human beings. © Ron and Valerie Taylor /ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing legs (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon Digitally Manipulated image: removed photographer and flash from glass reflection.  ©  Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing legs (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon Digitally Manipulated image: removed photographer and flash from glass reflection. © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing suckers (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon.  ©  Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing suckers (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon. © Pat Morris / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing suckers (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon.  © Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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North Pacific Giant OCTOPUS - showing suckers (Octopus dofleini). Alsaka to California - formerly: Octopus apollyon. © Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Giant Pacific Octopus - showing Siphon (Octopus dofleini). Alaska to California - Formerly: Octopus apollyon.  ©  Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Giant Pacific Octopus - showing Siphon (Octopus dofleini). Alaska to California - Formerly: Octopus apollyon. © Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS (Octopus dofleini). Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California.  ©  Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS (Octopus dofleini). Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California. © Ken Lucas / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Great White Shark - with fin out of water (Carcharodon carcharias). Gansbaai South Africa.  © Kurt Amsler / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Great White Shark - with fin out of water (Carcharodon carcharias). Gansbaai South Africa. © Kurt Amsler / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Great White Shark underwater (Carcharodon carcharias). Dire Island, Gansbaai, South Africa.  © Kurt Amsler / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Great White Shark underwater (Carcharodon carcharias). Dire Island, Gansbaai, South Africa. © Kurt Amsler / ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works

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