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Sea birds (kittiwakes) in their nests on a cliff face above the North Sea near Craster, Northumberland, UK. Photo: Anita Nicholson/Alamy
A female silver-leaf langur (Trachypithecus cristatus) with its young at Bako national park, Borneo, Malaysia. Silver-leaf langur babies have a ginger fur, evolved to make it easier for parents to spot their offspring, experts say. The fiery colour also acts as a signal to the rest of the troop that there is a baby in their midst and they should share the work of caring for it. The fur begins to darken after a few months. Photo: NPL/REX Shutterstock
Pink flamingos in the Camargue regional natural park, near Arles, southern France. Situated in the delta of the Rhone river on the French Mediterranean coast, the Camargue biosphere reserve is made up of a mosaic of lagoons of fresh, brackish and saline wetlands, one of the most important in Europe. It covers an area of over 360 square miles with an exceptional biological diversity and home to unique breeds of horses and bulls, and more than 400 species of birds including pink flamingos.
Photo: Jean-paul Pelissier/Reuters
A great blue heron catches a catfish during the final round of the Players Championship at the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, US. Photograph: Erik S. Lesser/EPA