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Ploughshare snails and blue bottle by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Ploughshare Snails congregate to feed on a stranded blue bottle that has been washed ashore in the De Hoop Marine Protected Area, Western Cape, South Africa
A Parabuthus capensis scoprion ©arne purves #Imageoftheday
A Parabuthus capensis scorpion, or Cape thick-tailed scorpion adopts a defensive stance. These scorpions are nocturnal and live predominantly in burrows. De Hoop Nature Reserve.
Limpets lie exposed in the hot sun during low tide along the Namaqua coastline in the Namaqua National Park, Northern Cape, South Africa
Brightly coloured anthers and stamens curve inwards on a Leucospermum cuneifom and give the plant its common name of pincushion. Heuningberg Nature Reserve, Western Cape, South Africa.
A Bibrons gecko in the Kgalagadi ©Arne Purves
A Bibrons Gecko hunts for insects in an old tree in the Mata Mata camp, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Namaqua daisy amongst blue by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
A yellow Namaqua daisy stands out above delicate blue spring flowers, Nieuwoudville, Northern Cape, South Africa 
Baboon Spider Portrait
A Baboon spider portrait photographed on a makeshift white lightstand.
Plakkie In Flower (Cotyledon orbiculata)
Plakkie, commonly know as Dog's-ear (Cotyledon orbiculata), is a common occuring succulent shrublet in coastal and inland scrub.
Namaqua daisy petals by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Sunlight filters through the delicate orange petals of a Namaqua Daisy at Papkuilsfontein Farm in Niewoudville, South Africa
Citrus Swallowtail by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
A newly emerged Citrus Swallowtail butterfly climbs from its cocoon onto a sunny grass stem from where it can stretch and straighten its wings before flying off.
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