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The Netherlands are the country in europe to ban wild animals in circuses.... there is no circus with thee poor animals..who is entertained by these circuses..only those who believe animals r our to concour..when will america learn..or I forgot we nee

Tim Flach's portrait of a Great Gray Owl, the bird's eyes are framed by its circular face—and thousands of gray, black and white feathers—lending it an air of majesty and also of menace. From WSJ Book Reviews.

Tim Flach's portrait of a Great Gray Owl, the bird's eyes are framed by its circular face—and thousands of gray, black and white feathers—lending it an air of majesty and also of menace. From WSJ Book Reviews.

A #whitepeacock, photographed by #TimFlach for his series on animals great and small, docile and deadly. This peacock's flamboyant plumage is used in a courtship ritual called #lekking, which can last days. Flach set up his background a week early, so the peacock would display its tail feathers naturally. To see the rest of his photo essay, search "Body language" on intelligentlifemagazine.com

A #whitepeacock, photographed by #TimFlach for his series on animals great and small, docile and deadly. This peacock's flamboyant plumage is used in a courtship ritual called #lekking, which can last days. Flach set up his background a week early, so the peacock would display its tail feathers naturally. To see the rest of his photo essay, search "Body language" on intelligentlifemagazine.com

A photo from Tim Flach's book - More Than Human: Striking Portraits of Animals. Not sure where this fellow's feathers have gone..

A photo from Tim Flach's book - More Than Human: Striking Portraits of Animals. Not sure where this fellow's feathers have gone..

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