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A panda baby—or cub—is born blind, pink, and nearly hairless. It’s also tiny— this eight-hour-old cub is only about the size of a stick of butter! Do you see the panda mom holding her little baby close? Zootles Pandas, page 6

A panda baby—or cub—is born blind, pink, and nearly hairless. It’s also tiny— this eight-hour-old cub is only about the size of a stick of butter! Do you see the panda mom holding her little baby close? Zootles Pandas, page 6

Lesser long-nosed bat

Lesser long-nosed bat

Katydids have their ears on their legs!   Zoobooks Insect World, Sept. ’14, pg 7.

Katydids have their ears on their legs! Zoobooks Insect World, Sept.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bumblebee#mediaviewer/File:Bumblebee-2009-04-19-01.jpg

Study finds bumblebees able to fly as high as Mount Everest Date of Coverage: 04 A pair of researchers has found that alpine bumblebees are able to fly at altitudes in excess of twenty nine thousand simulated feet—higher than Mount Everest.

Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Waving_Panda.jpg

Encyclopaedia of Babies of Beautiful Wild Animals: Giant Panda with the Bamboo: Beautiful Amazing Panda Animal Safari Travel Destinations

Zebras!

Zebras!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Here's one of this month's Zooworks winners!

Sidewinders are some of our favorite rattlesnakes!

Sidewinders are some of our favorite rattlesnakes!

Another of the beautifully patterned rattlesnakes from the latest issue of Zoobooks!

Another of the beautifully patterned rattlesnakes from the latest issue of Zoobooks!

Rattlesnakes are good swimmers!

Rattlesnakes are good swimmers!

Even though giraffes have six-foot-long necks, they only have seven neck bones-- just like us!

Even though giraffes have six-foot-long necks, they only have seven neck bones-- just like us!