Spring Season in JAPAN🇯🇵
Cherry blossoms can be seen in Japan from the end of March to the middle of April🇯🇵🌸📸👍
Location【Nagano prf . Japan】🇯🇵🇯🇵
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Final instalment of the hunting lions.
The marsh pride had developed an interest in hunting elephant the previous year but soon found their chances of success were minimal except during a narrow window at the driest, hottest part of the year when the elephants were at their weakest. Even then, they needed everything in their favour. Their first dilemma was selecting an appropriate target. Young calves were easier to bring down but would be vigorously defended by the rest of the herd. Older males were more likely to be on their own but their greater size and strength were much more challenging
The sweet spot (for want of a better phrase) was teenage males who had left the herd relatively early but the only elephant I saw them successfully bring down in daylight I estimated was almost in his 20s.
The elephant in this picture was more fortunate. Although straggling behind the rest of the herd and having received the shock of its young life when the lions attacked, it managed to catch up with its relatives in a matter of seconds and the herd's combined clout was more than enough to make the lions abort the hunt.
It can be a highly emotive experience watching any animal hunt another, especially when the prey possesses the obvious intelligence of an elephant, but for those who feel an innate conviction that this behaviour is somehow unnatural it is worth remembering that a single elephant can provide food for a pride of 13 lions that will last a week. And there are over 20 times more elephants than lions in Africa.
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2015. Hidatsa & Crow Homelands.
Mammoth Hot Springs + Thunderstorms = “Alien” Landscape. If you haven’t been to Yellowstone and checked out Mammoth on the Montana side of the park, you absolutely need to put it on your bucket list. 🌩🌲👽
Returns to England. Spends as much time in the countryside as possible
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Meet the ROYAL FLYCATCHER! 🐦
Royal Flycatcher Facts: Sadly, these beautiful and majestic birds are classified as ‘Vulnerable’ on the IUCN Red List. The male is recognizable through its red crest (Shown in this video), while the female dons a yellow crest. Truly beautiful birds! Tag someone that should see this! (They are trained wildlife biologits who are banding birds).
Video by @stefanoianirophotography #naturegeography