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Prometheomys schaposchnikowi

Prometheomys schaposchnikowi
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Copyright: Mustafa Sozen (spalaxtr) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 667 W: 8 N: 1352] (5868)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2009-07-09
Categories: Mammals
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/500 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2009-07-15 15:53
Viewed: 5017
Points: 8
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Prometheomys schaposchnikowi
An interesting rodent from NE Turkey. It lives only in NE Turkey and Caucasia.
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Mustafa Hocam,
Ne zorlu çalışmalar ve ne türlü emekler verilerek çekilmiş bu karenizi tramem'den sonra burada da görmek çok güzel.
Fotoğraf kalitesine zaten sözümüz olamaz.
Ellerinize sağlık...

Merhaba Hocam,
Zor gorulebilecek bir turu paylastiginiz icin tesekkurler.
Saygılarımla, Naşit

bu kadar nadir tür atarsın; ilgi görmez. neyse değerini bilenler var. eline sağlık. o gün çektiğimiz karelerin içinde en güzeliydi. tebrikler.

Dear Mustafa,

your photo with Prometheomys mouse is really great, and one of the rarest pictures of living specimen. Wishing the best and happiness for your documentaion work. VERY USEFUL!
Klaus Rudloff

Dear Mustafa,
Prometheus shaposhnikova is a lot to say - Mole is also easier to remember :-))

I chose to comment on this photo in your beautiful portfolio - poor old rodents are always ignored...

I am sure it is a difficult photo to take - and I wonder - if you waited a long time?!?

In the given conditions, you achieved a remarkable sharp focus, offering many details; e.g. the bare spots between the eyes and around the eye - do you think - it is some sort of disease? or caused by pushing with the face against the earth to create an opening?

The whiskers, I believe are in order to feel the width of the tunnel when it is absolutely dark... I really like the bit of tooth showing.

A very interesting photo to view,
Thank you for showing it.

Kind regards
from South Africa
Have a nice evening

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