Amazing Nature Curation Report : Zoology - January #1

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I am pleased to share with you highlights of the curated posts in zoology each week.

And now without further ado, here are the posts that were curated this week and I kindly ask you to give your support to their amazing authors.

We started the new year with elephant, caiman and hermit crab.

@arfa presents 36-year-old elephant named Isabella. Nice photos of the elephant and her human handler helping her to take bath.

👉Elephants and Humans Collaboration in My Province👈

@capp has captured images of a small caiman which was release in the river.

👉The common caiman - La baba.👈

@katiefreespirit has found incredible creature - blueberry hermir cran. I haven't seen blue hermit crab until now.

👉The Okinawan blueberry hermit crab (Coenobita purpureus) / Niebieski krab z Okinawy (Coenobita purpureus)👈

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Fantastic selections Neli. I’d never seen a blue crab before.

Thanks Jo, me neither. You never know what you can encounter. ☺

Fabulous, great.

Welcome!

I don't know many "things". It is good that ANC fans "supply" us with their knowledge :-)

Indeed, I also see some creatures for the first time and it is so good to get to know them by the posts.

It's nice that the photos have descriptions.
In time, we should achieve that the ANC changes from photos to the calendar in a regular "observation mission" :-)

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Big thank you ☺

Only a pleasure my friend.
I am trying to get more nature lovers to join #amazingnature and Twitter is the right place.

Blessings!