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wolverxne:

Photographer Chi Nao captured these photographs of an adorable Red Fox sleeping at the Zao Fox Village near Shiroishi in Japan.

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— 2 hours ago with 4349 notes
#myuploads  #Red fox  #fox  #photoset  #myfeat  #animals 

wolverxne:

Photographer Chi Nao captured these photographs of an adorable Red Fox sleeping at the Zao Fox Village near Shiroishi in Japan.

(Source: WOLVERXNE)

— 4 hours ago with 4349 notes
#myuploads  #Red fox  #fox  #photoset  #myfeat  #animals 

awkwardsituationist:

japanese white eye birds resting in cherry blossom trees, which bloom for only a few weeks in early spring. photos by (click pic) yoshikazu tsuno, mike romani, anthony moore, tsuyoshi, kaz watanabe, myu-myu and tetsuo wada (more bird photos)

— 11 hours ago with 3983 notes
#spring  #cherry blossom  #birds  #pink  #animals 
alltailnolegs:

It was dinnertime, so I just wanted to emphasize.
That bicep. That one right there.
Such a poocher.

alltailnolegs:

It was dinnertime, so I just wanted to emphasize.

That bicep. That one right there.

Such a poocher.

— 15 hours ago with 2903 notes
#Razer  #blue tree monitor  #reptiles  #pets  #animals 
astronomy-to-zoology:

Chopi Blackbird (Gnorimopsar chopi)
…a species of New-World blackbird (Icteridae) that is the only member of the monotypic genus Gnorimopsar. Chopi blackbirds are native to South America, ranging from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. Like other icterids G. chopi typically inhabits dry savanna, subtropical/tropical wet grasslands and pastureland. G. chopi's diet is poorly observed but they are known to feed on arthropods, fruit, and occasionally small vertebrates. 
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Icteridae-Gnorimopsar-G. chopi
Image: Beatrice Murch

astronomy-to-zoology:

Chopi Blackbird (Gnorimopsar chopi)

…a species of New-World blackbird (Icteridae) that is the only member of the monotypic genus Gnorimopsar. Chopi blackbirds are native to South America, ranging from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. Like other icterids G. chopi typically inhabits dry savanna, subtropical/tropical wet grasslands and pastureland. G. chopi's diet is poorly observed but they are known to feed on arthropods, fruit, and occasionally small vertebrates. 

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Passeriformes-Icteridae-Gnorimopsar-G. chopi

Image: Beatrice Murch

— 16 hours ago with 401 notes
#Chopi Blackbird  #Gnorimopsar chopi  #Iceteridae  #Passeriformes  #Chordata  #Aves  #Gnorimopsar  #South America  #Birds  #New World Blackbird  #animals 

dapplejack:

Numbats are an Australian marsupial found in the continents west. They primarily eat termites, and as such need a well adapted tongue to do so. The Numbat needs to keep its tongue well coated in a sticky saliva, allowing them to catch up to 20,000 termites in a day.

— 18 hours ago with 3640 notes
#numbats  #life of mammals  #david attenborough  #australia  #myn  #numbat  #the life of mammals  #marsupials  #gif  #nature  #animals 

allcreatures:

A jawfish nurses a clutch of his own eggs in the shallow waters of the Philippines near Coron Island. The male fish incubates around 400 eggs inside his mouth but has to open it slightly for the water to circulate and provide oxygen for the eggs. Breeding with jawfish works when a female lays her eggs in a male’s mouth and he fertilises and incubates them.He will hide the eggs in a burrow while feeding on zooplankton as they float by.

Picture: Zafer Kizilkaya/Photoshot/Solent News (via Pictures of the day: 21 March 2014 - Telegraph)

— 22 hours ago with 1946 notes
#animals