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3 1 Rhesus macaque

Rhesus macaque

by yusuf.ratlamwalaIndia

suggest that these are different than us... Love the

3 0 Barn Swallows

Barn Swallows

by ShellyCoxMound City, Missouri, USA

Pair of juveniles still being cared for my ...

2 2 Red Shouldered Bug

Red Shouldered Bug

by JemmaConcord, California, USA

This insect is exhibiting parental

3 0 Parental Care in Aphids

Parental Care in Aphids

by JemmaConcord, California, USA

Two Adult Aphids along with baby aphids.

4 1 Coot


by João BuriniCity of Westminster, England, United Kingdom

Urban (St. James park)

6 2 Spotting


by João BuriniPiedade, SP, Brazil

Linyphiidae spider guarding an eggsac, first time I see

0 0 Spotting


by GustavoMorejonCuenca, Provincia del Azuay, Ecuador

A small spider living under a stone.

3 3 Parent Bugs, Horned Shield Bugs

Parent Bugs, Horned Shield Bugs

by Sinobug普洱市, 云南 Yunnan, Paracel Islands

(Acanthosomatidae) are commonly referred to as

2 1 Treehopper and nymphs

Treehopper and nymphs

by asergioCuritiba, Paraná, Brazil

I wonder if treehoppers practice some kind of

0 0 Wolf spider with an egg ball

Wolf spider with an egg ball

by MargaritaOrlovaמועצה אזורית גלבוע, מחוז הצפון, Israel

Wolf spider display remarkable parental ...

22 15 Acromis Tortoise beetle

Acromis Tortoise beetle

by Diaz José MiguelLa Isabel, Cartago, Costa Rica

Beautiful tortoise beetle showing some

3 1 Assasin bug

Assasin bug

by arlandaMadrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain

of this genus are noted for providing

2 0 Ring-necked Parakeet

Ring-necked Parakeet

by LouisePrinceLondon, England, United Kingdom

cared for by both

4 1 Great frigatebird (juvenile)

Great frigatebird (juvenile)

by KarenLParroquia Isla Santa María (Floreana) (Cab. en Pto. Velasco Ibarra), Provincia de Galápagos, Ecuador


4 3 Resplendent Quetzal

Resplendent Quetzal

by ZacharyBrachPenuelPuntarenas, Costa Rica

Blue, green, and red.

2 2 Carolina Wren

Carolina Wren

by Mandy HollmanGeorgia, USA

hatched and the parents

0 3 Mallard


by Emma Tulare, California, USA

This is the only surviving mallard chick out of 10 ducklings. It is still ...

0 0 mourning dove

mourning dove

by S FrazierSpringfield, Missouri, USA

in appearance. The species is generally monogamous, with two squabs (young) ...

0 0 Spider


by SukanyaDattaWest Bengal, India

care of the egg case. The larger one has ...

1 1 Red-vented Bulbul (feeding)

Red-vented Bulbul (feeding)

by SukanyaDattaKolkata, West Bengal, India

The parents usually join me for biscuits ...

0 0 Mallard Duck

Mallard Duck

by reallylaurenBaton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

These cuties are sooo domesticated, lol. They tap on my

0 3 American Burying Beetle

American Burying Beetle

by bowhunter187Londonderry, New Hampshire, USA

among insects in that both the male and female

1 1 Snowy plover (Nest)

Snowy plover (Nest)

by dunnjen5Florida, USA

Clutch of three well hidden on nest of crushed shells.

2 1 Lunate Ladybirds

Lunate Ladybirds

by JohanHeynsLesedi Local Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa

Lunate ladybirds mating on an Iceberg Rose plant. Proper "

1 0 Giant Water Bug

Giant Water Bug

by JenKnightKnoxville, Tennessee, USA

eggs on his wings and he is then in charge of

1 1 Bulbul


by Gyaneshwer ShuklaLucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

eats fruits etc. About 20 cms. in length. Both male and female take

4 6 Green Heron Fledgling

Green Heron Fledgling

by JemmaWalnut Creek, California, USA

at this nesting site. It must have been easier for the

0 0 Eastern Phoebe

Eastern Phoebe

by Mandy HollmanVirginia, USA

day, and the fifth is the day after that. The

9 7 Shield bug

Shield bug

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

were nymphs and the black with red spots were the adults.

2 3 Leaf-footed bug

Leaf-footed bug

by LuisStevensSan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

feeding. Is it parental

5 2 Wolf spider

Wolf spider

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

These spiders belong to the family Lycosidae. The mother is seen here carrying ...

4 1 Magnificent Frigatebird

Magnificent Frigatebird

by LuisStevensGuerrero, Mexico


2 0 House Crow chick

House Crow chick

by SukanyaDattaKolkata, West Bengal, India

This scavenger bird is common in urban areas. This photograph shows its nest ...

9 2 gray jay

gray jay

by jamiewgoodspeedColorado, USA

keeps watch and i think they are like most corvids where they all take

10 0 Stink bug with eggs

Stink bug with eggs

by MartinLCairns, QLD, Australia

and she will then move away. Examples of

0 0 Acromis Tortoise Beetle

Acromis Tortoise Beetle

by Diaz José MiguelPuerto Cortés, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Acromis sparsa showing parental

7 2 Lorita


by GustavoMorejonTarqui, Azuay, Ecuador

the parents when they are taking

4 8 Leaf-footed Bug

Leaf-footed Bug

by MachiFlorida, USA

I saw them together on the same plant when I came back a few hours later. I ...

2 0 Scrub hare

Scrub hare

by TizThaba Chweu Local Municipality, Mpumalanga, South Africa

The Scrub hare can be identified by its complex fur coloration pattern. Its ...

0 2 Yellow Vented Bulbul

Yellow Vented Bulbul

by shekainah d. alabanRoxas City, Capiz, Philippines

them already flying around with their

0 0 Mourning dove

Mourning dove

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

generally monogamous, with two squabs (young) per brood. Both

0 0 Egyptian Goose

Egyptian Goose

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

parents take turns incubating ...

0 1 american coot

american coot

by Denise8New York City, New York, USA

reproductive they participate in mating calls and gestures they will breed ...

6 4 Poecilometis strigatus

Poecilometis strigatus

by Argybee3158, Victoria, Australia

A small stink bug, mostly black with white markings, speckles and leg bands.

6 2 Monkey


by SisirBangaAssam, India

individuals. While the majority of

2 1 Domestic Tiger cat

Domestic Tiger cat

by chebeague7Maine, USA

him from my parents for christmas and we ...

0 0 Osprey


by Tamarac DenisMinnesota, USA

Osprey family. Nest located top tall tree near gravel road. First photo shows ...