Species in PAN Parks

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Siberian Jay in Fulufjället National Park  http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/fulufjallet-national-park

Siberian Jay in Fulufjället National Park http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/fulufjallet-national-park

Can any authorities aim to decline the wolf population of an India-sized region from 3500 to 500 as a "state of emergency"? It's really sad, but yes, in Russia (Siberia, Yakutia region) they can! Photo: MNP Archives

Can any authorities aim to decline the wolf population of an India-sized region from 3500 to 500 as a "state of emergency"? It's really sad, but yes, in Russia (Siberia, Yakutia region) they can! Photo: MNP Archives

Brown bear hiding behind a tree in Retezat National Park  http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/retezat-national-park

Brown bear hiding behind a tree in Retezat National Park http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/retezat-national-park

Beautiful salamander from Italian wilderness, photo taken by Bruno d'Amicis

Beautiful salamander from Italian wilderness, photo taken by Bruno d'Amicis

Vultures....the angry birds ;-)

Vultures....the angry birds ;-)

Mountain guide Eduardo Zuniga stands by an ancient spruce in Fulufjallet, southern Sweden, October 4, 2012. On a windswept Swedish mountain, a 10,000-year-old spruce with a claim to be the world's oldest tree is getting a new lease of life thanks to global warming, even as many plants are struggling. At a range of latitudes, but especially in the far north, climate change is bringing bigger than expected swings, putting billions of dollars at stake in a push to develop varieties with…

In climate puzzle for crops, ancient tree offers clues

Mountain guide Eduardo Zuniga stands by an ancient spruce in Fulufjallet, southern Sweden, October 4, 2012. On a windswept Swedish mountain, a 10,000-year-old spruce with a claim to be the world's oldest tree is getting a new lease of life thanks to global warming, even as many plants are struggling. At a range of latitudes, but especially in the far north, climate change is bringing bigger than expected swings, putting billions of dollars at stake in a push to develop varieties with…

White tailed eagle, spectacular species. This individual was chased away by ravens in 5 minutes

White tailed eagle, spectacular species. This individual was chased away by ravens in 5 minutes

Brown bear exists in many of the Certified PAN Parks (although this was photographed from a hide south of Oulanka)

Brown bear exists in many of the Certified PAN Parks (although this was photographed from a hide south of Oulanka)

Apennine chamois in Majella National Park   http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/majella-national-park

Apennine chamois in Majella National Park http://www.panparks.org/visit/our-parks/majella-national-park


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Wow. Great octopus shot from diveq8 on Instagram. To see your photo here, tag it PADI. We'll choose one per day as our featured photo.

Wow. Great octopus shot from diveq8 on Instagram. To see your photo here, tag it PADI. We'll choose one per day as our featured photo.

Taxus baccata.  Estry Yew, Normandy, around 1,600 years old.  photo by Roi.dagobert.  Wikimedia commons.

Taxus baccata. Estry Yew, Normandy, around 1,600 years old. photo by Roi.dagobert. Wikimedia commons.

Nautiluses are an order of cephalopods that live between 100 to 300 metres down in the ocean. Nautiluses have changed very little during the last 500 million years or so, and where there were once hundreds of species there are now only six that remain today. The nautilus' coiled shell has a series of chambers filled with gas, into and out of which it can pump fluid when it needs to dive or ascend. These shells show some of the most amazing spirals in nature.

Nautiluses are an order of cephalopods that live between 100 to 300 metres down in the ocean. Nautiluses have changed very little during the last 500 million years or so, and where there were once hundreds of species there are now only six that remain today. The nautilus' coiled shell has a series of chambers filled with gas, into and out of which it can pump fluid when it needs to dive or ascend. These shells show some of the most amazing spirals in nature.

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The Posy Dress Tutorial - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

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Sponge

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Unit Twelve Gallery

Tessie wearing her Christmas bow.

Tessie wearing her Christmas bow.

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