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    Pikas, unlike marmots, are awake throughout the snowy mountain winters, huddled beneath the insulative snow cover. They spend a great deal of time hoarding greens for the long months without, which is why they are often seen skittering about the rocks with flowers in tow.

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Hummingbird

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Snow leopards

~ silhouette

Gentle Giant

A COLOURFUL LINE UP

English Bull Terriers and pups, awwww.......

Amazing: Cheetah on the run

Tiny Sugar Glider by Endangered-Wildlife Photographer Alex Cearns/Australia.

Love is love :) cat

Knobbed Hornbill , Sulawesi endemic

date night

deer

Rhino in South Africa

Alaska... one in a billion photo The photo was taken at the entrance to Katlian Bay at the end of the road in Sitka , Alaska . The whale is coming up to scoop up a mouthful of herring. The kayaker is a local Sitka Dentist. He apparently didn't sustain any injuries from the terrifying experience. The whale's mouth is fully open with the bottom half under the boat. Look at the picture again - He is in the whale's MOUTH! by Mark Tennant.

Happy goat, ha! My sister used to have a cowboy hat wearing, smiling goat.

Puffin

Whale Watch is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New Zealand.

swan family

The Giant Armadillo, Priodontes maximum

Ultramarine Lorikeet... Endemic to the Marquesas Islands. The introduction of the black rat has completely wiped out their population on at least three of the major islands.

Major Mitchells Cockatoo (Lophochroa leadbeateri), also known as Leadbeaters Cockatoo or Pink Cockatoo

Gorgeous