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  • Peter Larsson ❤♡❤

    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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Great picture - I don't know if it actually was in Wyoming...but it could have been!

Pikas at work. Not rodents - more related to rabbits. Tiny but very territorial, will sit on a rock and whistle to scare you away. High alpine or on tundra, threatened by global warming.

Young Japanese macaques huddle together for warmth

I am His† ♥ † ♥ †~~~New International Version: The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat, the calf and the lion and the yearling together; and a little child will lead them. --Isaiah 11:6 ~~Irina on the prowl by JasonBrownPhotography ~ gorgeous snow leopard~~

American Bison by johndykstraphotography on Flickr.

Japanese Snow Macque (Snow fight!!), LOVE working with them as youngsters, NOT so much once they hit their pre-teen phases

american badger | From #BadgersOverload Pinterest board, @BadgerMaps

These are called Arctic Hares, they are basically bunny pups.

People, stop hating foxes! They eat chickens because they need to eat. We eat chickens too! So stop NOW!

Please make the ethical choice not to use animals or any of their byproducts. No matter how well they are treated, they are not "ours" to slaughter, eat, hunt, wear, test on, exploit, enslave, etc. PLEASE GO VEGAN! With so many alternatives available, it has never been easier. www.vegankit.com

frosty snow on the nose - doesn't seem to bother this bunny!