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Rufous-tailed Hummingbird, Amazilia tzacatl, from Las Cruces Biological Station, Costa Rica by Jay Taft via Flickr (cc-by-nc):

Blond Crested Woodpecker Bird

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Male Barbary Macaques, Macaca sylvanus, participate in rearing the young. Males may spend a considerable amount of time playing with and grooming infants. In this way, a strong social bond is formed between males and juveniles, both the male's own offspring and those of others in the troop. More about this species: Image by Karyn Sig via Wikimedia Commons (cc-by)


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One awesome rooster!

Hoopoe (upupu epops)

baby duck.

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This HAS to make you smile.

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