biomorphosis:

Raccoon dogs look very similar to raccoons but have no genetic similarities between them. They belong to the Canidae family, which is known to have distinct dog and wolf-like characteristics and appearance. These animals are both carnivorous and omnivorous mammals.

They are monogamous and will mate for life. Only if the mate dies or is killed will the other search for a new mate. Two mates will hibernate in one den. During this period they will maintain close body contact to keep each other warm and will groom each other as well. This is a trait not practiced by canines, as dogs neither hibernate nor are they monogamous by nature.

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Pristine by Mark Danson

Pristine by Mark Danson

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Cheetahs are worth cherishing, yes?

Cheetahs are worth cherishing, yes?

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misswallflower:

edible flower chart

misswallflower:

edible flower chart

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whiny-sugar-glider:

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Want proof that bees love sunflowers? Take a look at this remarkable photo.

Want proof that bees love sunflowers? Take a look at this remarkable photo.

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Help yourself to some fresh blackberries. They’re luscious, scrumptious, juicy and oh-so-fruity. We picked them in our neighborhood, where they’re growing wild. 

Help yourself to some fresh blackberries. They’re luscious, scrumptious, juicy and oh-so-fruity. We picked them in our neighborhood, where they’re growing wild. 

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Tiny Dancers by Tim Owens

Tiny Dancers by Tim Owens

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