Guinea Ecuatorial : Photos

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Ntra Sra del Pilar | Banapa

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Ntra Sra del Pilar | Banapa




Republica De Guinea Ecuatorial cat stamps

I ordered this set on eBay after seeing some of them at Forgotten Graphics. The printing quality makes me doubt their authenticity (e.g. using 4-color halftones to print black text), but I only paid $1.25 for them so I’m not too upset.




Equatorial Guinea stamps

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CLICK HERE TO VIEW the entire collection of the nearly photos I scanned and uploaded during 6/30-7/2/2020.




Equatorial Guinea stamps

Check out my STAMP BLOG for more of my collection.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW the entire collection of the nearly photos I scanned and uploaded during 6/30-7/2/2020.




Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines B767-306(ER) ET-AWQ

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Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines B767-306(ER) ET-AWQ




HOSPITAL GENERAL DE BATA

Circa 1980 GUINEA ECUATRIAL
AFRICA




Corvus Albus

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Corvus Albus




Basile

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Basile




Agama Aculeata

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Agama Aculeata




3C-ZZO Antonov An-8 Bismillah Airlines

Sharjah 17.3.01

copyright © 2001 Chris Chennell




3C-ZZO Antonov An-8 Bismillah Airlines

Sharjah 17.3.01

copyright © 2001 Chris Chennell




3C-ZZO Antonov An-8 Bismillah Airlines

Sharjah 17.3.01

copyright © 2001 Chris Chennell




3C-ZZO Antonov An-8 Bismillah Airlines

Sharjah 17.3.01

copyright © 2001 Chris Chennell




Demonstration 2

Political demonstration on Pariser Platz, Berlin, between the American and French embassies. Those seeking background information on the conflict might want to read Rachel Maddow's book "Blow Out".




Demonstration 1

Political demonstration on Pariser Platz, Berlin, between the American and French embassies. Those seeking background information on the conflict might want to read Rachel Maddow's book "Blow Out".




Red river hog (Potamochoerus porcus)

The red river hog or African bush pig (Potamochoerus porcus) is a wild member of the pig family.
This smallest African pig has a wide, but patchy, distribution in the west and central sub-Saharan to northern South Africa and Madagascar. The red river hog lives in rainforests, wet dense savannas, and forested valleys, and near rivers, lakes and marshes. They also congregate around human villages.
The red river hog has striking red fur, with black legs and a tufted white stripe along the spine. They have white face markings around the eyes and on the cheeks and jaws; the rest of the muzzle and face are a contrasting black. Adults weigh 45 to 115 kg and with a length of 100 to 145 cm. The thin tail is 30 to 45 cm. The boar (male) is somewhat larger than the sow (female). Males have recognisable humps or lumps on both sides of the snout and rather small, sharp tusks.
The species is omnivorous, eating mainly roots and tubers, and supplements its diet with fruit, grasses, herbs, eggs, dead animal and plant remains, insects, and lizards. It uses its large muzzle to root about in the soil in search of food, which can cause much damage to agricultural plantings.
Red river hogs are mostly nocturnal. By day, they hide in dense brush. After sunset, they roam in troops searching for food. They are good swimmers.
They live in troops of 4 to 20 animals, composed of a male (boar), some adult females (sows) and their piglets. Different troops may merge occasionally to form groups of up to 60 animals.
Red river hogs may live more than 20 years in captivity. In the wild about 15 years.
This picture was taken in the Zoo of Krefeld, Germany.

Het penseelzwijn of rivierzwijn (Potamochoerus porcus) is het kleinste in Afrika voorkomende wilde varken. Het leefgebi