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I can't pinpoint exactly when I started to be fascinated by lizards. For me, it's an aesthetic fascination with the form of the animal (and representations thereof), not a desire to own or understand the actual creature - lovely as they may be. So this image represents that part of me.

The leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) is a small wild cat of South and East Asia. Since 2002 it has been listed as Least Concern by IUCN as it is widely distributed but threatened by habitat loss and hunting in parts of its range. There are twelve leopard cat subspecies, which differ widely in appearance. The leopard cat's name is derived from the leopard-like spots prevalent in all subspecies, but its relation to the leopard is distant.

32 photos that prove goats are the world’s best climbers

No flies on him! Astonishing shot of frog leaping for his lunch captured by wildlife master photographer

Kim Taylor, the “godfather of wildlife photography,” caught this frog mid-leap using homemade equipment automatically triggered by the critter’s motion.

39 Magical Photos Of Animals Captured During Golden Hour

Fly Dance || Simon Roy Quote ~ “For me, I am driven by two main philosophies: know more today about the world than I knew yesterday and lessen the suffering of others. You'd be surprised how far that gets you.” ― Neil deGrasse Tyson

Apparently, Japan is covered in magical and irresistibly cute animal sanctuaries. We’ve heard about the bunny island and cat island, but there’s also a fox village, where six different species of fox romp and play together in a battle for your attention (and probably for your food, too). This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not…

Apparently, Japan is covered in magical and irresistibly cute animal sanctuaries. We’ve heard about the bunny island and cat island, but there’s also a fox village, where six different species of fox romp and play together in a battle for your attention (and probably for your food, too). This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not…