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A Polar Bear, Zoologisk Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark | Animal | Nature Photography | Jonace World Travels

For the past few weeks, I have been feeling like this polar bear. What do you do when you feel like this? 😛

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Polar bear, Copenhagen, Denmark
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A Turtle and fishes, Botanical Gardens, Singapore | Photography | Animals | Jonace World Travels

This photo brings back childhood memories of the times when we did go to the botanical gardens to feed the turtles and also growing up with 2 as pets 🙂 I had ninja turtles which liked to climb the corners of the styrofoam boxes :p Also the animal which comes to mind when thinking of Singapore.

A Turtle and orange fishes in the pond, Botanical Gardens, Singapore
A Turtle and fishes, Botanical Gardens, Singapore

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Shy Kangaroo St George’s Community Care, Dunsborough, Western Australia | Animals | Jonace Aussie Travels

A shy kangaroo in the bush outside the St George’s Community Care, Dunsborough, Western Australia
Kangaroo St George’s Community Care, Dunsborough, Western Australia

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An Exotic fish, National Aquarium Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark | Animal | Nature Photography | Jonace World Travels

Is this a tiger fish? It’s so exotic looking! So glad I was able to capture this for you 😀

An exotic fish with light blue backdrop with white rocks , National Aquarium Denmark, Copenhagen
An Exotic fish, National Aquarium Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Galah, Yallingup, Western Australia | Birds | Animals | Jonace Aussie Travels

Galahs were once confined to the open plains that occur beyond the inland slopes of the Great Divide in eastern Australia, north of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, and north of the Mulga–Eucalypt line in Western Australia. However, following the clearing of subcoastal woodlands for farming, Galahs began to flood in, taking advantage of the new habitat and its abundant supply of food. They even spread to the coasts, where they are now a familiar sight in the cities.

Taken from http://www.birdlife.org.au/bird-profile/galah

Pink Galah in a tree with green leaves, Yallingup, Western Australia
Galah, Yallingup, Western Australia

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