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AN EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS ON THE THEME OF WILDLIFE COURTSHIP ANIMALS IN LOVE BY WILDLIFE ARTIST ROBERT E FULLER This new exhibition of paintings is a focus on animal courtship. Each painting is the result of of extensive field research into animal behaviour and was inspired by elaborate courtship displays of both British wildlife and animals worldwide. I have chosen to execute each artwork with intricate detail using both oil and acrylic paint to record […]

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Albatross Pair |Limited Edition Print | Click to buy Animal Romance As Valentine’s Day approaches I have been thinking about whether animals experience the same emotions that we do. And, in particular, whether they feel love in the same way?  As someone who has spent my life observing animals and birds in the wild, I believe they do, although obviously they are not as intelligent. Animal Emotions are Intricate I think we share all the same […]

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Make this Valentine’s Day special and choose a painting or a gift featuring the animals that best express your love. You say it best when you say it with wildlife!  Love Birds: Say it with a painting Nothing says ‘I love you’ like a painting of two love birds cozied up together. And the gift of art means you can hang your favourite painting on your wall and be reminded of your feelings for one […]

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It’s Valentine’s Day soon. Perhaps you’ll buy a card, choose a bunch of flowers or reserve a table for two to show your loved one you care. For most courting birds, however, such gestures would not be nearly enough to woo a suitor. Pairs of great crested grebes need to be congratulated for putting in the most effort in this department. Their courtship dance is surely the most elaborate of any bird on the British […]

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To mark Valentine’s Day, this year I’m exhibiting a painting of a giant tortoise from the Galapagos Islands named Super Diego. Super Diego is more than 100 years old and is said to be so virile that he alone is responsible for bringing his sub-species back from the brink of extinction. There were just 14 saddle back Espanola tortoises left in the world when Super Diego was introduced to a scientific breeding programme in the Galapagos […]

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Meet Super Diego, nature’s most virile lover.  Super Diego, who is more than 100 years old, is almost solely responsible for bringing his own subspecies, the saddle-backed Espanola tortoise, back from the brink of extinction. With 12 females to mate with, this rampant tortoise is believed to have fathered an estimated 1,700  baby tortoises since being introduced to a crucial breeding programme on the remote Galapagos Islands. Super Diego had been living in a zoo in San Diego, California, when he […]


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