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Kingfisher hunting for food A perfect dive at 100km/h, wings neatly folded back along his body to enhance his aerodynamics, this blue bird is a rocket. Hessen (Germany), the kingfisher, "Alcedo atthis", homes in. The bird, which measures 16cm, cannot carry large fish, so he skewers three little ones. Photographer: Gisela Delpho / Picture Press

How stunning is our Picture Of The Week? An underwater photographer caught this amazing shot of a kingfisher diving into water to snap up a .

A BEAUTIFUL blue kingfisher dive-bombs straight as an arrow into a lake — and soars majestically back into the air clutching its catch. The incredible picture is made up from six frames taken within milliseconds by wildlife photographer Tony House, 44, from Milton Keynes, at Elstow, Bedford.

Look at this bird the King Fisher. This little creature was created by God unique to survive. The King Fisher has a coat of feathers that do not soak up water so that it can dive under water quickly and swiftly without having to dry of.

Kingfisher ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends ll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/fowl-feathered-friends-ll/

Kingfisher ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends ll" board A beautiful picture of a beautiful bird!

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It's sad. Only of cheetah cubs in the world make it to adulthood. Help these beautiful animals by donating to the Cheetah Conservation Fund. A whole cheetahs family, adorable.

Golden tiger  --a golden tabby tiger is one with an extremely rare color variation caused by a recessive gene and is currently only found in captive tigers. Like the white tiger, it is a color form and not a separate species. In the case of the golden tiger, this is the wide band gene; while the white tiger is due to the color inhibitor (chinchilla) gene.

Golden tiger --a golden tabby tiger is one with an extremely rare color variation caused by a recessive gene and is currently only found in captive tigers. Like the white tiger, it is a color form and not a separate species. In the case of the golden tige