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Amazing Animal Pictures

Stunning animal pictures that show the true beauty and power they hold!


Amazing Animal Pictures

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Pretty Eyes

Momonga Japanese dwarf flying squirrel.

The Daily Cute: Momonga Monday

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Ili pika (Ochotona iliensis) is an endangered species that until last year, had not been seen in 20 years... Image credit Li Weidong via scientficamerican #Pika #China

Rare Ili Pika Photographed for the First Time in 20 Years | Running Ponies, Scientific American Blog Network

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Shhh!!! I'm hiding! Mama and baby kangaroo seen with Echidna Walkabout Tours, near Melbourne, Australia | ©GreenCityTrips greencitytrips.co...

mangabey monkey

Wow, gorgeous!

This happy looking Girgentana goat was spotted with his mother in their enclosure at Bergzoo in Halle, Germany Picture: Action Press / Rex Features

One Day Old Calf

Mangrove Snake. Photo by Mickaël Léger A truly amazing photo!

Endangered Tree Kangaroo With Baby In Pouch

Endangered Tree Kangaroo With Baby In Pouch

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fox and bunny. No words.

Leafy Sea Dragon. These creatures have adapted some of the most ornate and effective camouflage of any creature on the planet. These striking sea horse relatives are found only in the drifting seaweed and undersea forests of Australia.

Marañón Poison Frog

Green Tree Python my fav snake in the whole wide world!

African wild dog is sadly in serious trouble and endangered. They are wonderful to watch running.

pygmy leaf chameleon, the world's smallest chameleon..... wow!

Western tarsier, Tarsius bancanus, Sabah, Borneo | Frans Lanting Photoshelter

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Takin Calf

Black Rain Frog - Breviceps fuscus - Native to South Africa - Is the 'Grumpy Cat' of the frog community.

Black Rain Frog

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Rare albino animals

Raccoon stopping to smell the flowers; and don't wear his bloody fur!

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Tussock Moth Caterpillar (Lymantriinae), Pu'er, Yunnan, China. Fuzzy Wuzzy was a . . . caterpillar!