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Martin Aaron Martin Aaron | 11:23 UK time, Tuesday, 16 February 2010

I mentioned in an earlier blog about the fishy fun happening all this week at the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff.

Well the fishy theme continues... as we've had a number of great shots sent in recently. Here's my pick of the bunch so far:

Tony Llewellyn captured this remarkable looking spoonbill, devouring what appears to be a good sized roach. I think the largest roach I ever caught as a boy was about a third of the size of this!
Meanwhile, Happy Snapper 63 caught this gull practising it's beak stands:
Christian Roberts took this amazing shot of a pair of otters playing at the waters edge somewhere in the Conwy Valley:
And last but by no means not least are these lovely shots of a cormorant catching its lunch by Tony Llewellyn:


You can see more great photos in our Flickr group or visit our new picture galleries on the nature website.



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