Damselflies mating on bladderwort flower.
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Andy Eddy handling a hooded vulture
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Female mountain gorilla, Parc National des Volcans, Rwanda
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Meadow pipit in thrift
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Nile crocodile, Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda
BBC Wildlife section editor Sarah McPherson answers your wild question. 
Barnacle geese
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Red rhino, Kwandwe Game Reserve, South Africa
Until now only five rhino species have been recorded but after an unexpected sighting in a South African reserve, there may be a sixth. 
Wood mouse
Discover fantastic facts about the most common native rodent in Britain. 
Safari tourists in a jeep watching a lioness, Namibia.
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