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0 0 Floribunda Rose 'Day Breaker'

Floribunda Rose 'Day Breaker'

by LaurineSpringfield, Illinois, USA

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by ratatoskrToronto, Ontario, Canada

Line of mixed waterfowl, waiting for the lunch whistle by the looks of it.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by TiffanyRussellGuinnKnoxville, Tennessee, USA

Reclusive. As soon as i snapped this photo, it darted away to hide.

0 0 Spotlight Parrotfish

Spotlight Parrotfish

by Liam OBrienGeorge Town, Cayman Islands

Makes a bubble nest around itself to sleep at night.

1 0 Black Eastern Gray Squirrel (melanistic)

Black Eastern Gray Squirrel (melanistic)

by breaker888Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Visible from my balcony

2 2 Rock gobi. Gobio de roca

Rock gobi. Gobio de roca

by eulalia rubioCabo de Palos, Región de Murcia, Spain

Breaker on the rocky coast of Cabo de ...

1 0 Ringneck blenny. Moma

Ringneck blenny. Moma

by eulalia rubioCabo de Palos, Región de Murcia, Spain

Breaker on the rocky coast of Cabo de ...

2 2 Galapagos Tortiose

Galapagos Tortiose

by adenlbEcuador

the tenth heaviest reptile. An extraordinary record-

0 0 queen paua

queen paua

by DespinaTsafetopoulouWellington, Wellington, New Zealand

A small Haliotis australis or commonly known as "queen paua", at point Dorset, ...

0 0 Loon on the CA coast

Loon on the CA coast

by ellenorSanta Cruz, California, USA

A solitary loon bobbing just beyond the low

0 0 Say's Phoebe

Say's Phoebe

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

Gray and brown bird that's colors blend in smoothly. The head is flat and beak ...

1 5 Praying Mantis

Praying Mantis

by amitkalyanisrisriBengaluru, Karnataka, India

I saw this familiar creature doing an queer act. It is blowing some kind of ...

13 3 Yellow Mountain Saxifrage

Yellow Mountain Saxifrage

by DanielePralongOrsières, Valais, Switzerland

cut with five yellow petals and five green sepals.The Latin word saxifraga ...

0 0 Squirrel Tree (Ardilla)

Squirrel Tree (Ardilla)

by Indio JonesNicaragua

scaly type bark (similar to the quebracho, aka. axe-

2 0 Early Saxifrage

Early Saxifrage

by chesterbperryEast Ridge, Tennessee, USA

The genus name meaning "rock-breaker" arose ...

0 0 Squash bug

Squash bug

by EmilyUmbargerMichigan, USA

squash bug... 1 for the gardener. Next year, I foresee a tie

5 5 Humpback Whale

Humpback Whale

by galewhale..GaleUSA

fluke, not much information), Breakers, ...

3 5 Black Phoebe

Black Phoebe

by CindyBinghamKeiserEscondido, California, USA

Black bird with white underside in the shape of an inverted "V". The head is ...

1 0 Giant Black Cockroach

Giant Black Cockroach

by TukupMorona Santiago, Ecuador

This cockroach is a Record Breaker! ...

0 0 Tomato (var. San Marzano)

Tomato (var. San Marzano)

by phidauexBoulder, Colorado, USA

reaching breaker stage in the first week ...

8 8 (Juvenile) Southern Pacific Rattlesnake

(Juvenile) Southern Pacific Rattlesnake

by CindyBinghamKeiserPoway, California, USA

Juvenile snake about 60cm long with black and gray pattern and orange rattle on ...

2 6 Black-footed Ferret

Black-footed Ferret

by AshleyTArizona, USA

whole year of ferrets caught. This guy we caught was the record

1 0 Chamber Bitter, Common leaf-flower, Shatterstone, Stone-breaker Herb

Chamber Bitter, Common leaf-flower, Shatterstone, Stone-breaker Herb

by DigantaGogoiAssam, India

Chamber bitter is a small annual herb growing up to 2 ft tall. Leaves are ...

0 0 White Sally Wattle

White Sally Wattle

by Neil RossBoorook, New South Wales, Australia

controlling erosion, especially in gullies, and as a wind

11 8 Grey Nurse Shark

Grey Nurse Shark

by Neil Ross

, most often at this one (North Avoca Beach), out beyond the

16 13 Chungungo

Chungungo

by josecardenasvejarRegión de Los Lagos, Chile

It is a small animal, weighing approximately three to five kilos, cataloged as ...