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Mama Groundhog and her cubs
Malecon #1
Peek a bee, I see you
Pike Place Pig #1
The World's A Big Place
Last night of the Waning Gibbous Moon...and a branch
Vantage Point
Lone flower growing on a rock.
Man - International District
The Twin Leaf
The Jumping Rose
Camouflage Behavior of Corcodile Flathead
maples in oils
White Pelicans
 Mother and Child
Watching and waiting
Lunch Break
Great Egret with Hole in Water
Taveta Golden Weaver
Krishna Accoridian
Below the Subway
Sanctuary For The Homeless
Rose after the Rain
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Camouflage Behavior of Corcodile Flathead

This was a fish survey project, which helped to identify the fishes in that region and their abundance. The data was collected in a database and used by research institutes and universities for their own studies. My travel and involvement should help people to understand better the coastal environment in that region. I believe that based on our findings, local government can design proper measures to protect the environment if necessary. The photograph was taken to illustrate the camouflage behavior of Crocodile Flathead.

TAGS: Camouflage, Sustainable Travel

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Diamond Bar, California, United States of America
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© Jet Long.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 10.2016
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Filed Under: Sustainable Travel
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 20, 2016, 5:36 p.m.
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