Rasmus K. Riis

Rasmus K. Riis

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African Lions by Stephen W. Oachs

Stephen Oachs A couple of female lions escaping the mid afternoon heat and bugs snoozing away on a giant eucalyptus branch at Lake Nakuru in Kenya Africa. I'm in Africa the month of August teaching two Aperture Academy workshops.

Monkey

There's little doubt that Tim Flach is a truly gifted photographer. His remarkable talent lies in capturing the unique characteristics & indeed the soul .

Caracal (Caracal caracal) have world population size are not well documented but the species is today (2013) listed at the ICUN Red List as least concern. The cat have a weight that can exceed 20 kg.

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Serval (Leptailurus serval) have world population size at approximately 3000 -3500 individuals (2009) and have a weight that can exceed 18 kg. The species is today (2013) listed at the ICUN Red List as vulnerable.

Serval (Leptailurus serval) have world population size at approximately 3000 individuals and have a weight that can exceed 18 kg. The species is today listed at the ICUN Red List as vulnerable.

Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) have world population size at approximately 4000 - 5000 individuals (2012) and have a weight that can exceed 70 kg (males). The species is today (2013) listed at the ICUN Red List as endangred.

Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) have world population size at approximately 4000 - 5000 individuals and have a weight that can exceed 70 kg (males). The species is today listed at the ICUN Red List as endangred.

Lion (Panthera Leo) have world population size at approximately 20 000 - 30 000 individuals (2012) and have a weight that can exceed 250 kg (males). The species is today (2013) listed at the ICUN Red List as vulnerable. (Photo: Michael Nichols)

Lion cubs Cubs of the Simba East pride: too young to kill but old enough to crave meat. Adult females, and sometimes males, do the hunting. Zebras and wildebeests rank high as chosen prey in the rainy.

Jaguar (Panthera onca) have world population size at approximately 15 000 individuals (2012) and have a weight that can exceed 160 kg (males). The species is today (2013) listed at the ICUN Red List as near threatened. (Photo: Stevie Winter)

Jaguar, Ecuador Photograph by Steve Winter, National Geographic A jaguar on the hunt trips a camera trap at a spot frequented by piglike peccaries, a favorite prey. To the Waorani, one of the native.