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Coy-Wolf. A strain of wolves in Canada was able to mate successfully with both coyotes and other strains of wolf, and a hybrid was created that now ranges over the east coast of Canada and the US. It is a highly adaptable, freakishly intelligent canid, that lives in cities and suburbs without people even being aware it is among them.

Look at the eyelashes on this beautiful baby! by Jenny's site, via Flickr. Gorgeous!

yes I know they aren't cats but the do not act at all like canines. FYI if you have enough money you can get one as a pet in Russia. they selected certain genes and have been able to breed foxes as pets

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I come from the New Forest in the UK where the Forest ponies are free. I love it when the foals are born.

i am serious when i say this is the one animal i wish i could domesticate and have as a pet.

baby squirrel. So So cute. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Moose Babies! Look at those legs! It is very dangerous to approach a baby moose for two reasons: mother moose IS always nearby and ready to charge and baby moose is a grizzly bear's favorite snack. Photos are much safer! (FYI - Adult Moose are not to be approached either, they can charge & stomp you)

Tree-kangaroos are macropods adapted for life in trees. They inhabit the rainforests of New Guinea, far northeastern Queensland, and nearby islands. Although most are found in mountainous areas, several species also occur in lowlands, such as the aptly named Lowlands Tree-kangaroo. Most tree-kangaroos are considered threatened due to hunting and habitat loss.