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Pavel German

Pavel German is one of Australia’s leading exponents of macro wildlife photography, publishing hundreds of images every year in books, magazines, calendars, posters, cards, and elsewhere. Pavel was born in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan, but grew up in Moscow, Russia. Since his childhood he has been fascinated by animals and nature, and dreamt of travelling the world. In 1981 he migrated from the Soviet Union to Australia, in large part drawn by the unique and interesting wildlife. Pavel joined the Mammal Section of the Australian Museum in 1989, and carried out biological surveys throughout New Guinea, the South Pacific and South-east Asia. During this time his interest in photography deepened, and he became a full-time professional wildlife photographer.
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Green tree frog. Widespread through northern ..

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Common spotted cuscus, sub-adult female. ..

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Diamond python. Coastal NSW. Often arboreal, ..

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Eastern pygmy-possunm feeding on a Banksia ..

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Emperor gum moth caterpillar feeding on ..

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Forest dragon found in rainforests of southern ..

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Ghost bat, Northern Australia

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Giant panda baby in tree. An estimated 1,000 ..

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Greater glider is the largest species of ..

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Japanese macaques or snow monkeys mother ..
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Green and golden bell frog, Eastern Australia. ..

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Koala sitting in tree, Eastern Australia

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Orangutan baby, found only on the islands ..

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Siberian tiger. Classified as critically ..

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Snow leopard found in high mountains of ..

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Steller's sea-eagle, world's third largest ..

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Sydney waratah. Eucalypt forests and woodlands ..

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White-tailed eagle in flight over Arctic ..

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Whooper swans migrate to Lake Kusharo, Hokkaido ..

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Western grey kangaroo is a subspecies from ..

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