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Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata)_1

I didn’t realize until after I’d taken the shot, but there was a weeping angel behind me the whole time.

Bat

Oct. 10th, 2014 01:00 pm
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¡sᴉɥʇ ɥɔnoʇ ʇ,uɐƆ

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Jaguar (Panthera onca)_9

Yech! Why didn’t you throw that fish back?

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American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)_4

This fish is clearly too into the noir scene. It likely holds a very limited and sexist view of the world. It should be thrown back until it matures enough to provide a positive contribution to society.

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Black Lemur (Eulemur macaco)

Black lemur just wishes everyone could get along.

And pie. Some pie would be nice too.

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Malagasy Giant Chameleon (Furcifer oustaleti)_3

Chameleons can change their skin pattern. While often used for protective camouflage, this particular chameleon is illustrating a drought map to raise awareness about climate change.

Ducklings

Oct. 7th, 2014 01:01 pm
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Ducklings

Ducklings grow dark lines around their eyes so they have an innate advantage over chickens when playing football.

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Giant Leaf Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor)_10

“I can’t believe you just said that.”

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Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus)_13

Bongos are even worse at flirting than I am.

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Green Tree Python (Morelia viridis) and Borneo Eared Frog (Polypedates otilophus)_2

The sticky toes on frogs allow them to climb branches, leaves, glass and snakes. This should give “intelligent design” supporters something to think about.

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Powder Blue Reed Frog (Heterixalus madagascariensis)

OMG! There’s a giant* frog on your screen. Get it off! Get it off!


* If you are viewing this post on your phone, this is a cute little frog and you should feed it flies.

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Jaguar (Panthera onca)_27_v2

The bigger a cat gets, the bigger its ears get. The bigger the ears, the better they can hear. This is why they grow hair in their ears, so their hearing is limited to their nearby locale and they aren’t distracted by prey 100 miles away.

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