21 uroczych zwierzęcych mam, które świetnie sobie radzą!

Samica ośmiornica jest żywym przykładem matki ofiarnej. Po złożeniu jaj nie opuszcza ich, nawet po to, by poszukać jedzenia. Matka ośmiornicy przygotuje się do zjedzenia swojej macki, jeśli będzie musiała chronić swoje dzieci przed drapieżnikami. Wszystkie matki kochają swoje dzieci, czy to ludzkie, czy zwierzęce.

Chcemy pokazać ci urocze zdjęcia mam zwierząt, które sprawią, że będziesz chciał przytulić swoją mamę!






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It's a sickening news day for Americans today, but here's something that I hope brings a little light into your life. It's Sea Otter Awareness Week, and we can all help sea otters and the other animals that share their ocean home. Our habits make a huge difference. Here's what you can do to help otters: Keep up to date with otter news at seaotters.com Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Reduce your plastic consumption and don’t use single-use plastic bags and bottles Dispose of hazardous waste properly by taking those items to your local hazardous waste site Be conscientious of everything that you put down your drain since most of it will eventually make its way back into rivers, streams, and the ocean. Use non-toxic, environmentally friendly household cleaners and detergents Landscape (greenscape) your yard! Planted areas absorb rainwater which helps reduce runoff into storm drains. Eliminate your use of pesticides and fertilizers. Instead use organic gardening techniques and plant native species that require less water. Don’t dump anything into storm drains! Everything that enters a storm drain flows directly into streams, rivers and ultimately the ocean. Inspect your car regularly for leaks and if you change your oil yourself, recycle it. If you can wash your car on an unpaved surface if you don’t take it to a carwash. Don’t hose down your driveway and sidewalk, sweep them. Pick up after your dog Use less and buy less stuff to slow down your contribution to the waste stream and landfills Use less water When purchasing goods, opt for sustainable, recycled, biodegradable, compostable, organic products whenever possible. Buy from companies that care about the environment. Save energy at home and switch to renewable power sources if you can. Buy local and organic products Volunteer for a beach cleanup or organize one of your own Learn more about ocean issues and share what you learn with others Make smart seafood choices Make a donation to the California Sea Otter Fund. #seaotterpup #seaotter #babyanimals #cuteanimals #seaotterawarenessweek #wildlife_addicts #wildifeplanet #wildlifeonearth

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Patience ~ Red fox vixen and her kits. Photographed this past spring in my hometown. // Vulpes vulpes . . . . . . #foxfriday #redfox #foxlover #roamtheplanet #vulpesvulpes #wildplanet #wildlifeIG #wildlifeonearth #wildlifeowners #wildlifeIG #animal_sultans #becausetheymatter #ourplanetdaily #wildlife_perfection #nature_brilliance #explorecanada #followmeto #naturesbestphotomagazine #sharecangeo #canadiancreatives #opcmag #natureNB #conservethewonder #cangeotravel #yourshotphotographer #explorecanada #foxesofinstagram #thecanidprojet #earthcapture #earthfocus #canoncanada #canon5dmarkiv @bbcearth @wildgeography @wildlife.hd @canon_photos @canoncanada @cangeo @wildlife @canon_photos @thecanidproject @natgeowild @cwf_fcf @canada @wildlifeplanet @wildlifepage @roamtheplanet @naturesbestphotomagazine @animal_sultans @splendid_animals @canada @national.earth @natgeoyourshot @nature_brilliance @animalplanet @naturesbestphotomagazine @nature

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“Hitching a ride” – In this particular episode a mother was resting with her two young cubs in a day den on her way to the pack ice to hunt. Day dens tend to be in wind-protected areas, where snowdrifts and trees form a natural shelter. Mama bear remained calm as our vehicle approached the location giving us the opportunity to photograph both her and the cubs for several hours before she suddenly decided it was time to leave. She flopped downhill in deep snow when one of her two cubs decided it was more convenient to hitch a ride on mama’s behind. The cub jumped up and held on with a firm bite on mama’s furry backside — a charming and totally unexpected behaviour. Wildlife photography is all about patience and perseverance. Despite the challenging conditions and long hours waiting for something to happen, the experience of witnessing something so rare is beyond price. #explorecanada #cangeotravel #cangeo #sharecangeo #jsn.ptrsn #enjoycanada #paradisecanada #tourcanada #imagesofcanada #ParksCanada #polarbear #wapusknationalpark #climatechange #gratitude #natgeo #EarthCapture #BBCEarth #natgeowild #EarthonLocation #yourshotphotographer #ourplanetdaily #fantastic_earth #roamtheplanet #nikonNoFilter #NikonEurope #lowepro #cangeotravel #cangeo #sharecangeo

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For most of my adult life I’ve known and admired Jane Goodall and her late husband Hugo van Lawick’s work in National Geographic magazines, films, and books they have done. I have always dreamed of going to what is now called Gombe National Park, on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, in Tanzania, where Jane and Hugo did much of their studies of chimpanzees. Jane went there as a young woman of 26, in 1960, to study and do research on chimpanzees. Now in it’s 58th year, it’s the longest research study of wildlife in the world. • Although Jane and I have been good friends for nearly twenty years, this past June was the first time I was able to go with her to Gombe, where it all began. It was and will remain one of the most memorable times of my life. Walking in her “footsteps” and experiencing some of Jane’s favorite places like the “Peak”, the “Waterfall,” and of course observing and photographing my first chimps, many of whom are descendants of those Jane studied and knew so well, was simply magical. • Going to Gombe gave me an even greater appreciation for Jane’s fortitude, passion, respect, and the sacrifices she made then and continues to make today, not only to save chimps and all wildlife and wild places, but to better understand ourselves, and what we must do to preserve our tiny planet as we know it. Thank you Jane! • “Laid Back” is one of three new Limited Edition prints of chimpanzees debuting at tomorrow’s artist reception at the Jackson Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery. If you’re in the area, I hope to see you there!

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