New Smithsonian database of wildlife photos captured with automated cameras


10 Responses to “New Smithsonian database of wildlife photos captured with automated cameras”

  1. Felton / Moderator says:

    Helloooooo, kitty!!

  2. Niklas says:

    It is a photo gallery, the year is 2011, therefore flash is required. Obviously. Beautiful picture by the way.

  3. joelbenroth says:

    #168 in the Giant Panda series is wonderful.

  4. Anonymous says:

    They should include a few random photos of people caught on camera shoplifting, surprised at birthday parties, or otherwise caught on camera by surprise. File them under apes.

  5. semiotix says:

    O HAI!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Ditto on the flash site? ever heard of the IMG tag. Sheesh.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Oh. On the bright side, they do link to a flickr picture.

  8. ET BRIT says:

    This is the first of your photographs that I have looked at and if this is a sample of the quality, I am extremely happy to have the privilege of viewing them.

    Thank you so much!

  9. morcheeba says:

    I didn’t realize how well a leopard’s camouflage worked until I saw that picture!

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