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Blue duiker (Philantomba monticola)

The tiny blue duiker (Philantomba monticola), one of Africa’s smallest antelope, can be spotted at dawn and dusk, when it is most active, looking for fallen fruits, flowers, fresh leaves and even bird eggs. The blue duiker is widely distributed in central, eastern and southern Africa. They can be found in a variety of forested areas, including rainforests, riverine forests, dense thickets, and montane forests.
Blue duikers are the smallest of the duiker species, weighing no more than 3,5 to 8,5 kg. They are generally 40 to 90 cm long, with a 7 to 12.5 cm tail that is black with a white underside. Their coat color varies depending on their range, but is typically brown, often with a blue tint. Males have a pair of short spiky horns that are about 5 cm in height.
The common name of duiker comes from the Afrikaans duik or Dutch duiker – both mean "diver", which refers to the practice of the animals to frequently dive into vegetation for cover.
This picture is taken at Burgers Zoo (www.burgerszoo.eu) in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
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National Flag of Equatorial Guinea on a Brick Wall

National flag of Equatorial Guinea on a brick wall.

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Niñas y niños jugando en la explanada de la Catedral de Mongomo, Guinea Ecuatorial

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Niñas y niños jugando en la explanada de la Catedral de Mongomo, Guinea Ecuatorial




Interior de la Basílica de la Inmaculada Concepción de Mongomo, Guinea Ecuatorial

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Interior de la Basílica de la Inmaculada Concepción de Mongomo, Guinea Ecuatorial




Iglesia de la isla de Corisco, Guinea Ecuatorial

Nueva iglesia en la isla de Corisco (Guinea Ecuatorial), con 14 kilómetros cuadrados de superficie y poco más de 150 habitantes.




Vista de la selva ecuatorial desde el hotel Djibloho, Guinea Ecuatorial

Mirador en la planta superior del Grand Hotel Djibloho, ubicado en la ciudad de Oyala, Guinea Ecuatorial.




Avioneta abandonada en Guinea Ecuatorial

Avioneta abandonada junto a la carretera tras un aterrizaje forzoso en Guinea Ecuatorial.




Ruinas de la Misión Católica de Corisco, Guinea Ecuatorial

Ruinas de la Misión Católica construida en la isla de Corisco a finales del siglo XIX.




Río Ntem, frontera entre Guinea Ecuatorial y Camerún

Desembocadura del Río Ntem, que delimita la frontera entre Camerún (derecha) y Guinea Ecuatorial (izquierda).




Vestíbulo del hotel Djibloho, en Oyala (Guinea Ecuatorial)

Vista en altura del vestíbulo del Grand Hotel Djibloho, en la ciudad de Oyala.




Desembocadura del río Moaba, Ureka (Bioko)

Desembocadura del río Moaba, también conocido como río Tiburón, entre dos paredes de vegetación.




Paseo marítimo de Bata

Atardecer en el paseo marítimo de la ciudad de Bata, capital de la zona continental de Guinea Ecuatorial.




Playa de Ureka, isla de Bioko (Guinea Ecuatorial)

Playa de arena negra al sur de la isla de Bioko (Guinea Ecuatorial). Varios ríos se abren paso entre la selva y caen en cascadas hasta desembocar en la playa. Ureka es uno de los lugares más húmedos de África y un santuario para varias especies de tortugas marinas que acuden a desovar cada año.




Piscina olímpica de Bata, Guinea Ecuatorial

Piscina olímpica de la ciudad de Bata, capital de la zona continental de Guinea Ecuatorial, con el estadio de fútbol al fondo. Barrio de Nkoa-Ntoma.




Ciudad de Bata

Venta de sopa y vista de la ciudad de Bata, capital de la zona continental de Guinea Ecuatorial




Mono cercopiteco de nariz blanca (cercopithecus nictitans) en Guinea Ecuatorial

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Mono cercopiteco de nariz blanca (cercopithecus nictitans) en Guinea Ecuatorial




Late Afternoon Ureca Beach

Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea




IV Africa-Arab World Summit Joint Council of Ministers

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, HE Agapito Mba Mokuy, called for close cooperation between Africa and the Gulf countries at the opening of the IV Africa-Arab World Summit Joint Council of Ministers.




IV Africa-Arab World Summit Joint Council of Ministers

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, HE Agapito Mba Mokuy, called for close cooperation between Africa and the Gulf countries at the opening of the IV Africa-Arab World Summit Joint Council of Ministers.




cabaña en Bioko

foto realizada por mi hija sandra





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