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Mammals are the warm-blooded creatures of the world. From small mammals such as mice to the behemoth African Elephant mammals come in all shapes and sizes. Practice good techniques at zoos under controlled conditions. It is also vital to learn and understand the habits of what you want to photograph. Always respect wild animals and keep your distance.
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Reptiles & Amphibians
Snakes, lizards, skinks, turtles, frogs,toads, and alligators comprise this gallery. Extreme caution must be used in photographing these creatures as most can and will bite, and many are poisonous. NEVER handle any of these and Keep your distance - use a telephoto lens.
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The "creepy crawlies" of the world! These are my favorite subjects to photograph, and there are thousands of species to photograph! A good macro lens or medium to long telephoto lens with an extension tube is what you need here.
NEVER handle insects they can bite, sting, or spray you. Many are poisonous as well.
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Plants & Wildflowers
Plants and wildflowers are vital to the ecosystem. All forms of life are dependent on them as sources for food, medicine, shelter, clothing, and more. We humans have lost most of the knowledge our ancestors had when it comes to beneficial plants and wildflowers - what was once common knowledge is now known to just a few dedicated folks.
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