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A mated pair of grooming ravens, photographed by Deidre Lantz.

A grizzly bear reigning over the Tongass, Anan Creek, Alaska, by Mark Kelley Photography.

A great white egret.

YouTuber Pall Sigurdsson says, “We spent a whole dive and most of our air saving this octopus from what was bound to be a cruel fate. The coconut octopus, also known as veined octopus, is born with the instinct to protect itself by creating a mobile home out of coconut or clam shells. This particular individual however has been trapped by their instincts and have made a home out of a plastic cup they found underwater. While a shell is a sturdy protection, a passing eel or flounder would probably swallow the cup with the octopus in it, most likely also killing the predator or weakening it to a point where it will be soon eaten by an even bigger fish. We found this particular octopus at about 20 meters under the water, we tried for a long time to give it shells hoping that it would trade the shell. Coconut octopus are famous for being very picky about which shells they keep so we had to try with many different shells before it found one to be acceptable.” Filmed in Lembeh, Indonesia in December 2018.

A pink robin (aka Petroica rodinogaster) in Tasmania by photographer Nikki Long.

Polar bear mother and cubs in Canada’s Wapusk National Park by photographer Quinn Chan.

Polar bear mother and cub in Wapusk National Park, Canada, by photographer Daisy Gilardini.

Poldi the owl with his German shepherd buddy, by photographer Tanja Brandt.

Poldi the owl with his German shepherd buddy, by photographer Tanja Brandt.

An abandoned train tunnel in Helensburgh, New South Wales, Australia, has become a glow worm city. Photo by Josselin Cornou.

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