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tiwane

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Mayo 13, 2022 12:11 PM PDT

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Liebre Saltarina (Pedetes capensis)

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alexfrood

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Agosto 6, 2019 05:53 PM CEST

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First known wild observations and discovery of natural fluorescent in an old world mammal or any mammal outside of North and Central America, images of the Springhare taken in August 2019. Incredible to see it’s orange and pink glow firsthand, especially when it wasn’t expected! Accidental discovery whilst out photographing scorpions under UV light

Shot using a Nikon D850 Handheld with a Nitecore Chameleon C6 ( 365nm ) torch.

For anyone interested in February 2020 a Scientific journal was released by a American research group ( no relation to me ) about this UV trait and science behind it from research in museum & zoo specimens in the US.

There are a few more images, but you might be able to imagine photographing a rather skittish nocturnal creature on foot with a UV torch in one hand and a large DSLR in the other during a unexpected encounter whilst also trying to expose a camera correctly for UV light isn’t the easiest thing to do the split second.

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aztekium

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Septiembre 12, 2018 11:03 AM +05

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Chinche Linterna Manchada (Lycorma delicatula)

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bigsweet

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Agosto 8, 2020 01:08 AM UTC

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Coyote (Canis latrans)

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albullington

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Agosto 5, 2018 06:10 PM PDT