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    • Type (29)
    • Herbivore (27)
    • Type (3)
    • Saltwater (3)
    • Size (66)
    • Small (dog/cat size) (36)
    • Medium (human size) (21)
    • Large (cattle/tiger size) (7)
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    • Carnivore (45)
    • Omnivore (12)
Loved

by 1 Jurors

Such a proud animal, hunted to almost extinction by poachers for their horns for unproven medicinal benefits.
Nevertheless, there's news that a San Francisco biotech firm,Pembient, has managed to 3D print fake rhino horns that carry the same genetic fingerprint as the actual horn. It plans to enter... Click to read more

Loved

by 2 Jurors

How many times must I repeat myself? Do not approach a horse from the rear.
It's hysterious to watch these idiots fail so epicly!

Loved

by 4 Jurors

A below average cheetah completely blows Usain Bolt out of the water. Imagine how fast a peak cheetah can run.

Loved

by 2 Jurors

They are so small and sweet, you can take it wherever you want, they are also very playful

Loved

by 1 Jurors

In the African jungle, conservationist Damian Aspinall searches for Kwibi, a lowland gorilla he hasn't seen for 5 years. Kwibi grew up with Damian at his Howletts Wild Animal Park in England. When he was five, he was released into the forests of Gabon, West Africa as part of conservation programme t... Click to read more

Loved

by 5 Jurors

They are the cutest dog ever!!

But they can be quite an unfriendly dog. They don't give warning when they're about to bite!

Loved

by 12 Jurors

i love shiba inus so much they are great

Loved

by 6 Jurors

The number of U.S. honeybees, a critical component to agricultural production, rose in 2017 from a year earlier, and deaths of the insects attributed to a mysterious malady thats affected hives in North America and Europe declined, according a U.S. Department of Agriculture honeybee health survey re... Click to read more

Loved

by 3 Jurors

Ostriches  have only two toes—all other birds have three or four toes.
- An ostrich egg can weigh about 3 pounds. That’s equivalent to 2 dozen chicken eggs.
- An ostrich’s eye is almost two inches across—the largest of any land animal. It has 3 sets of eyelids.

Loved

by 3 Jurors

Squirrels play a variety of roles, like an acrobat, bandit, gardener, trickster and much more. I set out to discover why these creatures are worthy of their own day, and after you read the facts I found, you might just appreciate squirrels a little more.
Squirrels communicate with each other throug... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Right now there are a flock of swallows screeching and flying around outside my balcony overlooking the bay. They're probably flying back and forth to bring materials for their nests. They are such lovely animals. They'lll be gone by sun down.

Loved

by 13 Jurors

In February, Pavel Fomenko was told that the body of a young female tiger had been discovered underneath a car parked outside the town of Luchegorsk, in eastern Russia. Fomenko – head of rare species conservation for WWF Russia – took the corpse for examination where he uncovered the grim details of... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

I have the privilege to live nearby a nest of these birds. They don't sing at night, probably because they know we're sleeping! They wake up early though and with their songs who needs an alarm?

Loved

by 38 Jurors

Its the debate that has long divided animal lovers. Now scientists have confirmed that cats really are better than dogs at least from an evolutionary perspective.
A groundbreaking study of 2,000 ancient fossils reveals that felids the cat family have historically been much better at surviving th... Click to read more

Loved

by 2 Jurors

T-Rex was an interesting species. Their arms are always a topic of curiosity. Scientists have still not cracked the mystery of T-rexes' deformed arms. Why did they have virually no arms? How did they support their massive head without arms? How did they keep their balance? How did they get up in cas... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Crows are among the most intelligent birds. They are like the Einstein of their kind.
Literature has a tendency to demonize crows as they are scavengers who don't appear elegant or noble. There's a common misconception to view crows as pests. This cannot be farther from the truth. Crows not only s... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Crimson rosella is one of the most beautiful species of parrot that I have ever seen in the wild.
Read the interesting information about this beautiful species.
These beautiful and noisy birds grow up to about 35 cm long.
Whilst they are well known for their bright red feathers, there is a bright... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Bumblebees are cuter, fuzzier and fatter than normal honeybees. Don't let their look fool you though. They are bees thus they have stings. They can sting repeatedly without dying since their stings have no hook like honeybees'. However, they are usually quite docile, and will only attack when provok... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Due to conversion of forests into human settlements and agricultural areas, many of the Sumatran elephant populations have lost their habitat to humans. As a result, many elephants have been removed from the wild or directly killed. In addition to conflict related death, elephants are also targets o... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

The Jack Chi is a small cross breed known for being affectionate, alert, cheerful, energetic, friendly, loving, playful, protective, and sweet. It is the cross of the Jack Russell Terrier and Chihuahua. The most common colors for Jack Chis are black, black & brown, black & white, black and tan, brow... Click to read more

Revered

by 8 Jurors

"Play with me!"

Revered

by 7 Jurors

Oh a lioness. How cute!! Ima pet her.

Revered

by 6 Jurors

Clearly recognized by its white head, brown body, and hooked yellow beak, the bald eagle has been the national emblem of the United States of America since 1782.
Yet starting in the 1950s, this symbol of American patriotism began to dramatically decline in numbers due to the use of the chemical DDT... Click to read more

Revered

by 1 Jurors

You may despise them for mindlessly following orders. You may step on them and kill a few. But, whatever obstacles they face, they always come out on top. They are ants, undoubtedly the most successful animal species in the world.
Ant is the inspiration for many sci-fi movies that depict alien inse... Click to read more

Revered

by 5 Jurors

I don't know why some people love slothes so much. From what I can tell they smell extremely bad and are most likely quite dirty and full of ticks.

Revered

by 6 Jurors

Nature is amazing!

Revered

by 2 Jurors

Amazing creatures! Do you know why they are so noisy yet aren't afraid of predators? It's because the sound they emit simultaneously can confuse predators, and when you get too close, the noise is deafening.
I also find the 17-year of nymph story very fascinating!

Revered

by 1 Jurors

Look at this cute llittle thing plays dead and refuses to bite despite the taunting! Hognose snakes make for a perfect pet!

Revered

by 2 Jurors

Consider the value of their webs, many times stronger than steel, and woven into textiles are worth a fortune. You asked for riches and it has come in a form you were not expecting. Contact a clothing designer and a local who knows the art of web weaving. Salutations!

Revered

by 26 Jurors

Indeed. I hate the latter category. Does not mean I do not like dogs, the real dogs.

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