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Sashu~~~ Aug 3
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Lotus 14h
-Blep. Wild cat in the mountain.
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DT MHC 🇻🇪 🤞 2h
Anis bandera en alta 😎💪 Shot: Benjamin Dt 📷
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Kiddopedia Aug 8
The southern ringneck snake only gets about 10 inches & does not inject venom, it's saliva is toxic. Harmless to people though.
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Letig99 ® & © Aug 7
Cuando no te pierdes un cotilleo. Follow: Credits: several accounts posted it. DM for credits. Not infringed copyright intention.
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Kiddopedia Aug 7
The Hawaiian Bobtail Squid is in a symbiotic relationship with bioluminescent bacteria! The bacteria hide its silhouette from below by lighting up on its bottom to match the amount of light hitting it on top.
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Letig99 ® & © Aug 5
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Matías Letelier Aug 8
Penguin drama: two aquariums in Tokyo and Kyoto have flowcharts showing the complex relationships between their penguins: crushes, adultery and egg-stealing. / Acuarios en Japón muestran las complicadas relaciones entre sus pingüinos.
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Furious320 Aug 8
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Kiddopedia 12h
The smallest hummingbirds beat their wings up to 100 times per second during courtship displays.
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Kiddopedia Aug 6
Melanism is the opposite of Albinism, and is caused by overproduction of the pigment, melanin. Here is a melanistic Eastern Chipmunk I photographed this past summer.
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Adela Perera Aug 9
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Modino Foto 12h
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Max Ryan Aug 8
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maria Aug 6
Replying to @mariavsl5
to all hearts💞💖 ☮️ 🙌 🌄🐕🐈🐾
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Devoted To Animals Aug 6
PLEASE READ, LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE my latest post: Dog Grooming Tips For Beginners - Professional Dog Grooming Tools - link ⬇️
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Kiddopedia Aug 5
Last week two critically endangered Sumatran Tiger cubs were born at the National Zoo in D.C. You can watch them on the zoo's live tiger-cub cam! [fixed]
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Kiddopedia Aug 4
Some species of hermit crab fortify their defences by attaching stinging sea anemones onto their shells.
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Pragye Kisslay Aug 4
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Sahleem Henry Aug 4
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