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Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat

Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat


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Filename: 764-1152.jpg

Size: 5120 x 3414 (7.0MB)

Date: 1st September 2008

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: James Hager/Robert Harding

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Country: Wildlife

© James Hager

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Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat

Two blacktail prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) sharing something to eat, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, United States of America, North America

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Blacktail Prairie Dog Consuming Cynomys Ludovicianus Dining Eating Food Food And Drink Hold Holding Jointly Nourishment Rearing Up Sharing South Dakota Blacktailed Prairie Dog Full Body Wind Cave National Park


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print captures a heartwarming moment between two blacktail prairie dogs in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. The image showcases the natural beauty of this American park as these wild animals stand side by side, sharing something to eat. Their full-length figures are depicted against the backdrop of the park's stunning nature, emphasizing their presence in their environment. The prairie dogs' three-quarter length bodies and vibrant color make them truly stand out in this photograph. One can almost feel the nourishment they are consuming as they hold onto their food with great care and share it together. The image perfectly encapsulates the essence of wildlife and its harmonious existence within our planet's ecosystems. As we explore travel destinations like Wind Cave National Park, we encounter such remarkable scenes that remind us of the wonders of nature found throughout North America. This particular snapshot is a testament to James Hager/Robert Harding's exceptional photography skills, capturing not only an intimate moment but also showcasing the unique characteristics of these blacktail prairie dogs. With its horizontal composition and vivid colors, this print is sure to transport viewers into the heart of Wind Cave National Park and evoke a sense of awe for both its inhabitants and breathtaking landscapes.

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