Animal Aspects
kingdom-of-the-cats:

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everythingsalive:

Who said vegan food was gross? #vegan

everythingsalive:

Who said vegan food was gross? #vegan

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reptiglo:

Bearded dragon by andedam on Flickr.
Bearded Dragon Behaviour
Lying on Top of Each Other
This may look like your bearded dragons are getting along and are great companions, but it’s actually a sign of dominance. In the animal kingdom it is the survival of the fittest, and bearded dragons need UV rays to remain healthy. So the dominate bearded dragon will always try to get as many UV rays as possible.Source

reptiglo:

Bearded dragon by andedam on Flickr.

Bearded Dragon Behaviour

Lying on Top of Each Other


This may look like your bearded dragons are getting along and are great companions, but it’s actually a sign of dominance. In the animal kingdom it is the survival of the fittest, and bearded dragons need UV rays to remain healthy. So the dominate bearded dragon will always try to get as many UV rays as possible.

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thebrainscoop:

The Brain Scoop:
Crocodiles vs. Alligators 

The order Crocodilia belongs to an ancient group of reptiles that began evolving 83.5 million years ago. To think that such animals can exist largely unchanged for literally millions of years is fascinating and humbling; it’s remarkable to think that such lifeforms can exist within changing environments and continue to persevere. 

This episode was produced, filmed, and edited by Tom McNamara, a new addition to The Brain Scoop’s team. We’re thrilled to have him working with us! He didn’t even pay me much to say that.

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beautiful-wildlife:

Lynx by Norbert Kappenstein
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I miss Monty :(

I miss Monty :(

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thepredatorblog:

becausebirds:

Bearded Vulture

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guardian:

The world’s best animal architecture - in pictures
Australian weaver ants building their nest by pulling on leaves and working in chains, in Northern Territory, Australia. The adult builders pull leaves together with their pincers then interweave them with silk threads produced by their larvae. They can build an entire nest in 24 hours. Photograph: Ingo Arndt

guardian:

The world’s best animal architecture - in pictures

Australian weaver ants building their nest by pulling on leaves and working in chains, in Northern Territory, Australia. The adult builders pull leaves together with their pincers then interweave them with silk threads produced by their larvae. They can build an entire nest in 24 hours. Photograph: Ingo Arndt

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