© 2020 Malcolm Thornton
Was photographing the Central Pacific Coastline at El Jobo, Costa Rica, when a troop of White-Faced Capuchin Moneys decended from the Jungle to investigate.
The beautiful but dangerous Pacific Sea Nettle sporting its long, spiraling, white oral arms and the 24 undulating maroon tentacles. This Pacific Sea Nettle can have a bell more than 3 feet in diameter with tentacles trailing as long as 15 feet.
Low-Key portrait of a large male White Rhino that has just finished rubbing his face in the dirt to try and rid himself of some flies. Image taken at the African Lion Safari reserve.