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photo by @joelsartore | A ring-tailed #cat at the @FortWorthZoo. The name of this species is a bit of a misnomer because they aren’t actually cats- they are part of the #raccoon family. They are also the state mammal of #Arizona #PhotoArk! #joelsartore

Ring-tailed Cats are actually not cats. They are part of the raccoon family.

baby ringtail cats :D!

Two ringtails born June 12 at The Living Desert in California recently made their debut. Because ringtails are nocturnal creatures, the staff shows off the babies during twice daily hand feedings, giving guests a better chance to see the babies.


Baby otters win today's "Holy cow how friggin' cute is that? Baby otters win today's "Holy cow how friggin' cute is that? Baby otters win today's "Holy cow how friggin' cute is that?

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The harvest mouse surveys his land: Britain's smallest rodent uses straw as stilts to look out for signs of danger

by Matt Binstead (I'm not sure what he would call it but I'm thinking "Ninja Mouse Snacks Between Ass Kickings")

"Fossa! Discover the red island with: dodotravel-madagascar.com."

A fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox) at the Omaha Zoo. This is Madagascar's largest mammalian predator, its numbers are declining in the wild ~ by Joel Sartore

OMG!!!!!  This is seriously the most cutest dog  ever!!!!!

Cute dog in a jacket

Kittens discover footwarmer cats funny pictures

Kittens discover footwarmer

A Foot Warmer’s True Purpose - Neatorama my kitties love my heated blanket!

"НЕреально!!!!!"- именно с такого возгласа началось мое знакомство с удивительным Мастером Kerry Pajutee. Сначала я увидела макросъемки работ-восторгу не было предела! НЕреально!! Точнее так реально,что совсем нереально)) НО когда я увидела МАСШТАБ этого чуда, то слов уже не осталось)) В…

scale (playscale) Chi sculpture by CDHM Artisan Kerri Conner Pajutee, IGMA Fellow

The cacomistle, native to Central America from southern Mexico down to Panama, is a member of the Procyonidae family, otherwise known as the raccoon family (although it also includes kinkajous, olingos, and coatis). It's a very solitary creature, requiring a large territory and rarely interacting with other cacomistles. It mostly lives in the forest canopy, is nocturnal, and is an opportunistic eater, much like its raccoon siblings--it'll eat everything from fruit to insects to bird eggs to…

The cacomistle, native to Central America from southern Mexico down to Panama…

Visitor Who Comes Every Day For Nuts - The Meta Picture

Funny pictures about Visitor Who Comes Every Day For Nuts. Oh, and cool pics about Visitor Who Comes Every Day For Nuts. Also, Visitor Who Comes Every Day For Nuts photos.

Leucistic grey-headed flying fox(Pteropus poliocephalus). Leucism is a condition in which there is partial loss of pigmentation in an animal resulting in white, pale, or patchy coloration of the skin, hair, feathers, scales or cuticle, but not the eyes.

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors This little pup is a rarely seen threatened white grey-headed flying fox, he has a condition called leucism, partial loss of pigmentation means his skin and hair, but not his eyes, are white in colouration. Thanks to Aust

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God had such a fun job inventing animals!


Peek a boo Ermine/stoat/short-tailed-weasel,

SOUTHERN TAMANDUA ~ from South America. This animal has an elongated snout and is covered in creamy yellow-brown fur. They grow to lengths of 21 to 35 inches, with tails up to 16". Generally, they weigh between 7 and 19 pounds. Their main defense are their sharp claws.

SOUTHERN TAMANDUA Tamandua tetradactyla ©nagashima Tamandua tetradactyla is found in South America from Venezuela and Trinidad to northern Argentina, southern Brazil, and Uruguay at elevations to

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21 Confused Dogs Acting Like Cats