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Toronto, Canada: Pollinating Bee Close Up

Toronto, Canada: Pollinating Bee Close Up

Pollinating bee insect in a white and red flowers garden in the city

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Jellyfish swimming in the water against a blue background.

Jellyfish swimming in the water against a blue background.

White spotted jellyfish or phyllorhiza punctata. It is native to the West Pacific from Australia to Japan but it has been introduced widely elsewhere. Jellyfish swimming in the water against a blue background.

Hippopotamus in the land

Hippopotamus in the land

The common hippopotamus walking in dry ground as it approaches the pond

African Penguin also known as the jackass penguin and black-footed penguin

African Penguin also known as the jackass penguin and black-footed penguin

African Penguin (Spheniscus Demersus) swimming in clear water in daytime. It is also known as the jackass penguin and black-footed penguin

Macro of Strawberry  interior

Macro of Strawberry interior

Strawberry fruit, macro of a transversal cut showing the center of the fresh red delicacy

Toronto,Canada: Yellow Hibiscus Flower

Toronto,Canada: Yellow Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus yellow flower or 'mar pacifico' close up. Beauty in nature.

Toronto, Canada: Close up interior of apple fruit

Toronto, Canada: Close up interior of apple fruit

Close up details of an apple seeds. The apple is a round red or yellow edible fruit of a small tree named Malus sylvestris (from which cultivated varieties originate)

Healthy eating: Golden berries also called cape gooseberries

Healthy eating: Golden berries also called cape gooseberries

Healthy eating: Golden berries also called cape gooseberries, Incan berries or ground cherries, are fruits rich in antioxidant and anti inflammatory substances

Close up details of an apple fruit

Close up details of an apple fruit

Close up details of an apple. The apple is a round red or yellow edible fruit of a small tree named Malus sylvestris (from which cultivated varieties originate)