Marie Beyer

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Affen-Selfie: Tierschützer wollen, dass der Affe Urheberrecht erhält

Es ist bestimmt nicht das erste Mal, dass im Zusammenhang mit dem berühmtesten Tier-Selfie das Wort Affentheater fällt, aber besser kann man es nicht …

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Eule und Katze – allerbeste Freunde: Die Geschichte von Marimo und Fuku

Was gibt es Schöneres, als einen Freund fürs Leben zu finden? Marimo, die Katze, und Fuku, die Eule, haben eine solche Freundschaft, sie sind unzertrennlich. Seit ihrer frühesten Kindheit leben sie Seite an Seite in einem japanischen Café in Osaka.<p>Sie schlafen zusammen, spielen miteinander und …

Curacao Pictures: The people you need to meet

Pin2<p>Share214<p>+19<p>Tweet47<p>Share<p>Stumble428<p>Email<p>WhatsApp<p>Buffer<p>Shares 700<p>I don’t know how important this is for you, but for me it is very important to get …

@natgeo @stevewinterphoto Here is more proof that we humans live with majestic animals in urban areas without even knowing they are there - AND without major problems - if we let them be. Leopards are the most adaptable and the most persecuted cat on our planet. Shot for my @natgeo Leopard story - 2 leopard cubs are drinking at a waterhole that the caretaker of a local shrine lives. The man has goats and chickens that drink the water during the day - at night he puts the livestock in his house for safety and the leopards come to drink - in Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai India. http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2015/12/leopards-moving-to-cities-text The residents of Mumbai use the park during the day - kids playing cricket, couples walking after work or school - others just walking in nature hearing the symphony of the park - the bird calls - leaving the bustling city of over 21 million people. But at night the leopards come out - in the core of the park they have a substantial food source of deer and other species - but they walk silently on the trails at night close to apartment buildings. In one instance I met a man who had lived in this building for 10 years and did not know there were leopards here! I saw him every night walking with friends getting some exercise - two weeks later he tells me he was up at 3:30AM and looks out his window and sees a leopard for the first time! Our natural world is simply perfect and incredibly amazing. And without it we as humans cannot survive - we need to wake up and save the nature that we depend on for our oxygen, water and food - life itself. If we save big cats we can save ourselves. National Geographic launched the Big Cats Initiative to raise awareness and implement change to the dire situation facing big cats. Please visit CauseAnUproar.org to find out more about Build a Boma and other ways to become involved to save big cats! Give a High 5 for big cats! #5forbigcats @ #follow me @stevewinterphoto to see other images, thanks! @natgeo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #bigcatsforever #ivoryfree #wildaid #bigcatsforever #beauty #me #follow #love #leopards @wildaid #photooftheday #startwith1thing

Tierisch komisch

Bei den Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards wurden nun die witzigsten Tierfotos der Welt gekürt

Fotogalerie: Eine fotografische Reise durch bedrohte Polarwelten: Eisberg

Die menschenleeren, unberührten Eislandschaften der Polregionen üben auf menschliche Besucher eine ganz eigene Faszination aus - der auch die …

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