gustos

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Asia Minor Ground Squirrel
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Common marmoset
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Stone Curlew incubating eggs. Keeping a low profile is what the stone curlew does best. When confronted with danger these birds either scurry away to cover, or freeze on the spot hoping to blend into the background. 
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Pangolin is odd-looking animal that belongs to the group of anteaters with scales. Their body is covered with hard, brown scales made of keratin. They do not have teeth so they swallow sand and small stones along with insects to facilitate grinding of food and digestion. Their very long, rod-shaped and sticky tongue which can be 16 inches longer than entire animal is very helpful allowing them to collect insects from termite tunnels.  
Pangolins are hunted for their scales, which are a sought-after ingredient in Chinese medicine making these incredible creatures one of the most endangered groups of mammals in the world.
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Winter Treats (by ressaure)
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Kitty begs for meal [x]
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Red Deer 1 by landkeks-stock
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Wombats are second largest marsupials in Australia. Despite their size, they are fast runners and can run 40 km per hour, but only for short distances. Their diet mainly consist of grasses and roots.
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Only found in Queensland rainforest, the Lumholtz tree Kangaroo has a short stocky body with an extremely long tail which it uses for balance. They are very agile and uses its powerful limbs both fore and hind to climb even thin branches. Its cushioned and rough soled feet help it to cling to tree trunks.
Unlike other kangaroos it can use its hind legs (like walking) not always in a hopping motion. They can leap long distances (up to 15 meters) by pushing with its legs of the tree trunk and then twisting in mid air to land perfectly at its destination.
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Sleep eating Kangaroo.