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The Stabyhoun is one of the rarest dogs in the world, with only a couple thousand currently alive.
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Tudor Hydrotherapy Centre Sheffield Feb 17
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Kiddopedia Feb 13
Some turtles, such as this Saw-Shelled turtle (Elseya Latisturnum), can breathe water through their butts
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Dibujando 20h
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Ramsés #SomosRED Feb 11
Blue Jay Bird Visits Rescuers Every Single Day | The Dodo vía
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Wikiphoto 2m
Hitching A Ride (Daisy Gilardini). Una madre oso polar con un cachorro enganchado al trasero durante un paseo.
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Kiddopedia Feb 12
The Indian Bullfrog (Hoplobatrachus tigerinus) is normally dull kaki-olive-green but once the mating season comes around, things change drastically: males turn yellow and blue to attract potential mates.
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ProEditores 💧 3s
💎 El sorprendente descubrimiento de la cabeza de un lobo gigante de hace 40.000 años en Siberia
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Mundodeperros 43m
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Cristòfol Oliver 21h
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Kiddopedia Feb 15
Cats "headbutt" people because they make them feel safe, or they trust them. [x-post from /r/TodayILearned
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HsiangHui 4h
Why you shouldn't feed wild animals (except maybe birds)
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Kiddopedia Feb 12
Cows from different regions have different "moo" accents.
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Kiddopedia Feb 9
Although they're shy, Cassowaries have a reputation for being dangerous to people and domestic animals. Of 221 attacks studied in 2003, 150 were against humans.
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RubenGallar Feb 15
Wow these awards started off well enough but we're going downhill fast, huh?
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FotosHoy Feb 9
🇪🇸 Cisnes en el rojo amanecer en Bosham, West Sussex, Reino Unido 🇬🇧 Swans in the red sunrise in Bosham, West Sussex,
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Kiddopedia Feb 10
The toucan's hallmark beak is actually mostly hollow, with bone struts of spongy tissue. Due to the serrations on the beak, it was historically thought that they were carnivores. Instead, they eat mostly fruit.
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Kiddopedia Feb 10
The global snow leopard effective population size (those likely to reproduce) is suspected to be fewer than 2,500
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Marina🎗Vall-llosada Feb 10
The Best Interpretation I've ever seen Thanks to use your voice for the voiceless
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Rush-Dem Rushawn Feb 10
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