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Animalstck Gallery

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Choose from 141 pictures in our Animalstck collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Animals Smile Featured Print

Animals Smile

Orrie the sealion opens wide for National Smile day at the Dudley Zoological Gardens, West Midlands today. PRESS ASSOCIATION photo, Picture date Wednesday 17 May 2006. Heavyweight Patagonian Sealion Orrie aged 14 yrs and weighing 400kg. receives her regular tooth brush from keeper Dr David Riley. The Sealion's teeth are given a monthly dental checkup, a neccessity when he has a diet of 12.5 kg. of Sprats a day. This months check up co-incides with National Smile Day. Photo credit should read: David Jones/PA

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ANIMALS Ponies Featured Print

ANIMALS Ponies

Dartmoor Ponies graze in their new surroundings on heath land in West Norfolk, Tuesday November 15, 2005. Norfolk Wildlife Trust have bought the ponies in from Dartmoor to keep scrub and course grasses at bay and maintain open heathland landscapes on sites in the west of the county. Dartmoor ponies are a tough, hardy breed and are capable of living year round in harsh conditions. The west Norfolk herd will quickly learn their territory and know where to take shelter in changeable weather. They will be left to roam over large areas, although the perimeters will be fenced to prevent them straying onto roads. Standalone photo. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA

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The Escape of the Vulture Featured Print

The Escape of the Vulture

The brown and black bird which originates from Central Africa which has an 8ft wingspan, was spotted in Southwold. The bird took flight from the Banham zoo on Monday during a falconry display. * The vulture originates from Central Africa, the Serengeti Plains, Tanzania and Kenya and is primarily a scavenger and eats carrion and small animals. Foster is enjoying it's second day of freedom and is pictured today after landing on a house in Mallard Road, Reydon, Suffolk. Foster the Ruppell's vulture which escaped from Banham Zoo near Thetford, Norfolk and was tracked down to the garden of a vicarage

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