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The white blue-eyed animals are Spirit teachers and should be protected. Bow acknowledgement and ask for their teaching...then listen and be thankful. The Tiger beings are teachers of power, inner strength and survival and independence as well as understanding family dynamics and values and how to balance these things. Johan Adkins

phototoartguy: From Reddit “Black and White Camouflage by Andre Gallant”

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zebra (my favorite picture!) WHY IS THE ZEBRA OUR MASCOT? In medical school, doctors are taught "when hearing hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras." Carcinoid Cancer & Neuroendocrine Tumors has been thought of as 'rare'and therefore may be considered a zebra.

My daughter would LOVE this. She loves zebra stripes. What better than a picture of an actual zebra? ;p

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The Greater kudu has a wide range of habitat, but human encroachment, loss of habitat, and hunting for its horns and meat has begun to diminish kudu numbers. Greater kudu are one of the tallest species of antelope, with adults standing at 90-110cm at the shoulder.