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    These "Sea Bunny" Are Absolutely Adorable- fluffy sea slugs

    Piggyback Ride

    Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Nudibranchs are gastropod mollusks which live in the oceans worldwide from the polar regions to the tropics. The slugs live in virtually all depths and various species range from the shallow intertidal surf to depths of more than over 700m. Although the majority of nudibranchs are benthic creatures which crawl along the seafloor, some prefer other lives and float upside down under the oceans surface or swim in the water column. #Nudibranch

    This isn't your average squirrel. It's an Indian Giant Squirrel and you probably won't get a chance to see this guy in the wild unless you're very high up in the canopy of an Indian rainforest.

    ~~Red-Eyed Tree Frog, Mother and Babies ~ 4 baby tree frogs sit on their mother's head~~

    And I thought our garden slugs were bad! - Their insatiable appetite for any kind of plants and fruits, makes Giant African Snails pests, in their homeland. Just so you can get an idea, these things eat even the stucco and paint, buildings.

    Platypus ... so hard to see them in the wild! Elusive little creatures.

    A school of black margates hangs, a living mobile of fish, off the reef at Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Hol Chan, created in 1987, is the oldest marine reserve in Belize.

    Did you know Tree Kangaroo joeys will stay in their mother's pouch for up to 10 months? Once it ventures out, it will continue to return to the pouch for about 3 additional months. Learn more w/ Woodland Park Zoo!


    ❧ Wild life - Les animaux sauvages ❧ Wombat, Tasmania

    The Kermode bear (Ursus americanus kermodei), also known as a "spirit bear"


    Leopard ~ those blue eyes


    "blanket octopus" so unique

    I used to see these from time to time in Panama 1971-1974; Hammerhead shark, dappled light.


    Sea Jewels ~ Dreamy Nature

    Tarpon and baitfish Found on fabforgottennobil... via Tumblr