Reminds me of my neighbours cat who is outside a lot, I give him treats at times and he sometimes brings dead mice to my back porch.
no actually, you are wrong. I have an albino snake and have also worked with these exact snakes right here. They are all naturally like this and are the one in the pic is NOT albino. Why people are upvoting you is beyond me.
“Although the word turtle is widely used to describe all members of the order Testudines, it is also common to see certain members described as terrapins, tortoises or sea turtles, as well. Precisely how these alternative names are used, if at all, depends on
Yeah. It seems like some naturalist’s drawing from 1870 that got a bad view of it, which it very well may be. edit: I looked at the image source and it was from 1823. So I may not be far off. Someone should try
It’s reinforcement cables for the house. It can get up to 81m/s there in the winter, so some extra precations are vital 🙂 And it’s not where I live. I work there in the summers.
I went Rhino tracking out in Namibia and we found a sleeping 4 year old bull. He was none to pleased when he woke up and charged us. It has to be one of the most amazing and scary experiences of my life. I
*Sigh*. Here we go again: * First of all, this isn’t a seal pup but rather a sea lion. * Secondly, whitecoat seal pups haven’t been harvested for decades, due to pressure from emotional animal-rights activists. * Finally, “clubbing” seals actually refers to the
My brain tells me I shouldn’t because I would get mauled to death but gosh I really wanna cuddle them too.
You’re right that the line for the mouth doen’t actually go all the way through… hmm… [Here’s a photo of the same eye from another angle on Flickr, which Huffington Post reported is a real frog eye, but it looks even faker.](http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/112370944/)
A female Miner Bee foraging for pollen. Tech Specs: Canon 70D (F16, 1/250, ISO 100) + a Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens (2x) + a diffused MT-24EX (both flash heads on Kaiser adjustable flash shoes). This is a single, uncropped, frame taken hand held.
Baboon. Use baboon. In the way you used it, you are wrong. The animal is a baboon. Monkeys have prehensile tails and can hang from trees. Though technically, it can be referred to as a monkey, in no fucking way is it a monkey.
No where did I say they were mindless, its the opposite. As an animal trainer and zookeeper, I just find that people are always projecting the wrong emotions on my animals and are ignorant when they think they’re experts.
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it is. not as poisonous as a black mamba, but still kills you off in couple of hours or so, if your aren’t treated properly. but those beautiful animals dont cross paths with humans very often.
Unlike other bears, polar bears are a pure carnivore. As such it is the largest land-based dedicated killing machine alive today. This has probably been true since the last ice age, when there were a few other species of giant bears that were somewhat
They can, they’re just not really built for it anymore. They’re terribly inefficient at it, so it burns a tremendous amount of energy for them lift themselves and usually only fly very short distances. They can sort of “sprint” vertically to get to high
It looks like a composite to me yes. The shadow of the chick is wrong/missing. The feet don’t really seem connected to the ground. The texture of the ground suggests it’s of a different size than the chick. The longer I look at it,
I’m not sure i can believe this one… EDIT: More doubts: [A typical orca jump](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ59Dt04css), [and another](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWdp8aVht4w.), [and one more.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R-tiibrDsI) It simply doesn’t seem possible for an ‘8 tonne’ animal to launch itself 20 feet into the air.
Cautious? It came right up to you. A cautious deer would be one that bolts away when you get within 100 yard of it. EDIT: I just noticed I misread curious as cautious. I am an idiot.
I hate that I have a snake phobia. It’s ridiculous and I can’t help but throw my phone when I see one. I don’t even like driving past them (ridiculous I know), but I can stare at this one. It’s so beautiful and colorful
Yeah they both look like they’ve just seen something really shocking. And we will never know what it was…
I found this picture and a few more great ones [here](http://utefoto-tommyjohansson.blogspot.se/2012/01/vara-vita-tillgangar.html). The article translates to English pretty smoothly if you’re interested. From what I understand, white moose are quite rare but are bred for attraction purposes. They also hold symbolic meaning for some people.
Made the whole experience feel like it was about 3 hours, rather than 3 minutes. He is a big boy. When he starts walking towards you, all my energy was focused on trying not to make a single noise. Scary.
HEY REMORAS GET A JOB! STOP LIVING OFF THE HARD WORK OF THAT WHALE SHARK! God dang lazy fish always wantin hand outs…