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I was able to get up close and personal for a portrait of this small Siamese crocodile in Seim Reap Cambodia. The Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) is a small to medium-sized freshwater #crocodile native to the region. Thailand and Vietnam. The species is critically endangered and already extirpated from many regions. Its other common names include Siamese freshwater #crocodile, Singapore small-grain, and soft-belly.

Siamese crocodiles are under threat from human disturbance and habitat occupation, which is forcing remaining populations to the edges of their former range. #Extinct from 99% of its original range, the Siamese crocodile is considered one of the least studied and most critically #endangered crocodilians in the world. Although few wild populations remain, more than 700,000. #cambodia

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Who knew chickens could fly? I guess it was more like running and flapping. I photographed this #chicken on assignment for @natgeo @ the @madeinghent farm owned by @richardbeaven and @MimiBeaven.
The #Araucana (Spanish: 'Gallina Mapuche') is a breed of domestic chicken from Chile. Its name derives from the Araucanía region of #Chile where it is believed to have originated. It lays blue-shelled eggs, one of very few breeds that do so.

#Fog rising from a river a long 95North.

@natgeo annual Photo Seminar about ready to begin

I had the opportunity to make a #portrait of this Saker #Falcon, he was actually more cooperative then most people that I have shot.

The saker falcon (Falco cherrug) is a large species of falcon. This species breeds from central Europe eastwards across Asia to Manchuria. It is mainly #migratory except in the southernmost parts of its range, wintering in Ethiopia, the Arabian peninsula, northern #Pakistan and western #China.

138 years ago.....In 1888, the NY Times reported that, "For the first time in many years people yesterday crossed the East River on the ice" which filled the river "from Wall Street to the bridge on the New York side and from Fulton Street to Hamilton Avenue on the #Brooklyn side. The ice was fully six inches thick and covered with two inches of hard snow" and "was solid from shore to shore." That day, New Yorkers tested the strength of the ice and "paid a boy his two-cent fee for the use of his ladder" to get on the ice on the Brooklyn side...

Ice in the East River

A short video in honor of the National Bird Day, January 5th, while these certainly are not migratory birds, they are, to me, one if the most interesting of the #Avian family. #NationalBirdDay

The day after the storm.....

Running for the East River Ferry......by the way it is not really a river, it is a tidal plain. #bombcyclone

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