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Subhana’llah: Peacock (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Peacocks are ground-feeders that eat insects, plants, and small creatures. There are two familiar peacock species. The blue peacock lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green peacock is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo peacock, inhabits African rain forests.

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Documentary: The Greatest Animal Migration (Video)

info-pictogram1 We’re setting off on an African adventure. Our destination is the famous Serengeti. We’re taking you along on the greatest animal migration in the world, when millions of wildebeest make the long journey from Tanzania to Kenya. It’s a journey into the unknown. On their odyssey, the wildebeest will meet very different neighbors. There are also some spotted and striped traveling companions on this 1,000 kilometer march.
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Subhana’llah: The Cuckoo Wasp (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The flexible abdomen allows the insect to curl into a ball when disturbed or attacked.

SUBHANA’LLAH: POWERFUL PHOTOS CAPTURED IN THE WILD

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These amazing photos show animals in a way that you’ve never seen them before. Each image serves as a reminder that we share the planet with some truly awe-inspiring creatures, created by Allah (God) May He be Glorified and Exalted.

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Subhana’llah: Polar Bear (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Polar bears are only found in the Arctic. The most important habitats for polar bears are the edges of pack ice where currents and wind interact, forming a continually melting and refreezing matrix of ice patches and leads (open spaces in the ocean between sea ice). These are the areas of where polar bears can find the greatest number of seals. As the sea ice advances and retreats each season, individual polar bears may travel thousands of miles per year to find food. Polar bears are distributed throughout the Arctic region in 19 subpopulations, including Alaska, Canada, Russia, Greenland and Norway.

Subhana’llah: White Whale (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The beluga whale or white whale is an Arctic and sub-Arctic cetacean. Belugas are gregarious and they form groups of up to 10 animals on average, although during the summer months, they can gather in the hundreds or even thousands in estuaries and shallow coastal areas. They are slow swimmers, but can dive down to 700 m (2,300 ft) below the surface. They are opportunistic feeders and their diets vary according to their locations and the season. They mainly eatfish, crustaceans and other deep-sea invertebrates.

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