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Coatimundis (I)

I've spotted these cute creatures a couple of times, briefly crossing the alley before disappearing in the thick jungle surrounding the Mexican resort. I consider myself lucky to have spotted an entire family traveling from tree to tree, about 40ft from where I was standing. I found a small opening and carefully slipped between the trees, making sure I don't scratch myself. Te coati bunch quickly became aware of my presence and made their way deep in the jungle, retrieving the youngsters one…

Lying against mom...

The small Mayra, 3-month old female jaguar cub, lying against her mother Laima. Tender moment captured at the Bratislava zoo in Slovakia. Made it in Explore, #335, May 27th, 2011.

One of the largest zoos of Novosibirsk, Russia became a really happy place once a long-awaited wonder, the polar bear, came into this world. Polar bears are the largest predators on the planet and re-produce once every two or three years, and in an unnatural habitat even more rarely.   On the 7th of December 2015 happy bear parents Kay and Gerda gave birth to their second born.

Loving Polar Bear Mama Playing With Her Baby In Snow For The First Time

One of the largest zoos of Novosibirsk, Russia became a really happy place once a long-awaited wonder, the polar bear, came into this world. Polar bears are the largest predators on the planet and re-produce once every two or three years, and in an unnatural habitat even more rarely. On the 7th of December 2015 happy bear parents Kay and Gerda gave birth to their second born.

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

Quokkas Are The Happiest Animals In The World

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

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Takin calf, born the morning of February 2 at the San Diego Zoo. 1 week old.

Squee Spree: Newborn Takin Calf

Squee Spree: Newborn Takin Calf - Squee daily at these cute animals and the absolute cutest animal pics and gifs ever known to man.

Mama bear & baby. ~ trish

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This is a blog devoted to animals as well as their advocacy and their well being. "Not to hurt our humble brethren in fur, feather or fin, is our first duty to...