Nope. It’s a sailfin lizard. Some dealer call them dragons. I can’t tell which hydrosaur it is, but [take a look.](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrosaurus)
ooh now i have the belle and sebastian song stuck in my head.
I had the same reaction. I don’t usually get freaked out by spiders, but there’s something about the kind of spiders that blend in perfectly with their surrounding absolutely terrifies me.
Goshawks are pretty terrifying. I don’t have first hand experience in this, but I had a friend who stayed up in northern Minnesota to do a grouse survey – and every time they went back to their cabin they had to pass a goshawk’s
[[2000 x 1333]](http://static1.squarespace.com/static/554b2c0be4b00e775193038c/554b2c51e4b079203edb8b45/55baf51ce4b0f2db3b3d2c4e/1438316398816)
I mean I suppose from a speciation standpoint the lizard and aligator are sort of kissing cousins. Can someone put the Pornhub logo on this?
I’m not sure what makes it “Olympic” (top of the heap, perhaps?), but this is a brilliant photo nonetheless. Thanks for sharing, OP!
Felis catus is your taxonomic nomenclature, An endothermic quadruped, carnivorous by nature…
That’s his alias. I didn’t save the source link but it’s somewhere in his photos [on this Russian site.](http://www.photosight.ru/users/112930/)
One of my favourite critters, Glaucus Atlanticus is a species of nudibranch that eats man o’ war jellyfish. Because it doesn’t give a fuck. Second image for scale: http://imgur.com/VrWRz8Z
The title of this post is why! King cheetahs, as they’re called, have a [mutation](http://med.stanford.edu/ism/2012/september/cats.html) which gives them their stripes. The longer fur and stockier build is indeed because it’s a juvenile. I’ve actually never seen a juvenile king cheetah before, so this is
Sorry, I tried to see if it had been posted before. =( I don’t claim ownership of this picture. Just thought this sub-reddit might appreciate this.
You’re fired, you should really do research to back up your thoughts. BAM! >**As with seahorses**, the male leafy seadragon cares for the eggs. The female produces up to 250 bright pink eggs, then deposits them on to the male’s tail via a long
Sometimes the right thing FEELS like the wrong thing, but it’s not. I would feel terrible dropping a tiger into the water, but it’s better than letting him drown because he can’t swim. When I was flying rehabbed raptors on a creance (like a
They’re actually a species of octopus, despite their name, & it isn’t a true shell, but an egg-sac that they can also use for buoyancy.
Considering they eat blue bottles (man o war) and store the strongest stinging cells from each for self defense, you’re lucky to have gotten away with it
My goodness… those paws… I get that animals that live in snow generally need built-in snowshoes, and that they also typically need a good amount of fur, but yowza… I would not want to be on the receiving end of even a playful bat
I have a T. blondi also and I too fed it a small mouse. She bit the hind of the mouse and the mouse was able to reach around and bite the spider’s hind leg. I won’t feed her anything that can fight back
I got a shot of a [leopard with a similar stare](http:[email protected]/7956477016/in/photostream/lightbox/) into the camera.
Does the term “Eurasian” relate to the colour of the wolf? Because There’s a bird called a Eurasian wigeon that has “rusty” coloured head VS the American wigeon which has a green and cream coloured head. Just curious.
Definitely get yourself out there more! 🙂 I’d love to see you do some shots of abandoned places like farmhouses, warehouses, insane asylums, etc. Seems like you have a pretty intense eye and I love that. I seriously adore your frog pictures on your
[This photo](http://www.rowdykittens.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/9529972055_4c1532891e_k.jpg) is in [the same album](http://www.rowdykittens.com/tiny/) so I guess somewhere in northern California.
Ironically, I was actually bitten by a wild dog* last Saturday, spent the evening at A&E. That being said, cheetahs also have claws and while they’re not lions they take down antelopes. You can look up Big Cat Rescue to see hundreds of stories