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animalkingd0m:

Young Tiger by Justin Lo

animalkingd0m:

Young Tiger by Justin Lo

end0skeletal:

(via Prehensile by `Blepharopsis on deviantART)

end0skeletal:

(via Prehensile by `Blepharopsis on deviantART)

Mi almohada preferida <3

Mi almohada preferida <3

earth-song:

Giant weta. 


The 11 species of giant weta (Deinacrida spp.), most significantly larger than other weta, are themselves large by insect standards. They are heavy insects with a body length of up to 100 mm (4 in) excluding their lengthy legs and antennae, and weigh about 20–30 g. A captive giant weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) filled with eggs reached a record 70 g, making it one of the heaviest documented insects in the world [6] and heavier than a sparrow. The largest species of giant weta is the Little Barrier Island weta, also known as the wetapunga. Giant weta tend to be less social and more passive than other weta. They are classified in the genus Deinacrida, which is Greek for “terrible grasshopper”. They are found primarily on small islands off the coast of the main islands, and are examples of island gigantism  by wiki
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ecocides:

An one-month old baby pudu deer (Pudu puda) grazes in an artificial environment at an University in Concepción City, south of Santiago. The pudu, the world’s smallest deer, was found orphaned in a forest and inhabits exclusively in southern Chile and part of Argentina. The species is currently in danger of extinction | image by Jose Luis Saavedra

ecocides:

An one-month old baby pudu deer (Pudu puda) grazes in an artificial environment at an University in Concepción City, south of Santiago. The pudu, the world’s smallest deer, was found orphaned in a forest and inhabits exclusively in southern Chile and part of Argentina. The species is currently in danger of extinction | image by Jose Luis Saavedra

magicalnaturetour:

Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) returns to the ocean after nesting. La Flor Beach Natural Reserve, Nicaragua via reddit :)

magicalnaturetour:

Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) returns to the ocean after nesting. La Flor Beach Natural Reserve, Nicaragua via reddit :)

worldlyanimals:

Smiling Baby De Brazza’s Monkey (khandog)

worldlyanimals:

Smiling Baby De Brazza’s Monkey (khandog)

llbwwb:

Red squirrel (by malcolm5959)

llbwwb:

Red squirrel (by malcolm5959)

llbwwb:

hairless baby macaque monkey by Tony Canpbell.

llbwwb:

hairless baby macaque monkey by Tony Canpbell.