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The bird “jumping sheep” on your back is the most “kul” image of the week

Enjoy the images of the winter wild world updates!

We have the impression that this bird is about to play “jumping sheep” with its devoured friend. It is the most impressive image of nature last week in the nature series of the online version of Guardian magazine.
Here is a very significant winter photo in Afghanistan:
A man feeds the pigeons in front of Hazrat Ali Temple, Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. Pigeons are birds of peace and that seems to be the wish of this man and the people of Afghanistan.
A man feeds the pigeons in front of Hazrat Ali Temple, Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. Pigeons are birds of peace and that seems to be the wish of this man and the people of Afghanistan.
A photo of a beautiful red-necked bird soaking up the wintry atmosphere was taken at the gardens of Ness, England.
An image of a white kiwi bird being cared for by staff at the Mount Bruce National Wildlife Center in Wairarapa, New Zealand.
Unable to withstand the cold due to the ambient temperature in Raptile Park, New South Wales, Australia, the gecko had to find a way to heat it with colored lights that were used to decorate it.
The eagle launched a mighty wingspan over the Olympico Stadium in Rome, Italy.

The caretaker looks after and bathes the elephant in the lake of Gangaramaya temple, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
This “little” tiger, although only 12 weeks old, seems to have been aware of his position as “king of the mountain”. He was stripped naked and found to be extremely “dangerous” during the periodic medical check-up by staff at Chester Zoo.
Un lot de 45 bébés tortues appartenant à la grande tortue Sulcatra africaine vient de naître à Linton, Cambridgeshire, Angleterre. Ci-dessus, une photo d’enfants prise avec la mère de Kali, une tortue de 30 ans.
CA family of white lions breathing in the fresh morning air in the park in Belgrade, Serbia.
I don’t know if they are fed up with the taste of pollen or not, but these bees decide to “change the wind” and go on to attack this apple.
Although I was amazed at the image of a sheep “flying”, the author still pulled out the camera and recorded this interesting moment.

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