This is a blog for cute/amazing animal photos, and information on all kinds of species.

Disclaimer: I do not own any pictures posted on this blog unless stated otherwise, and all photos used will always be sourced to the owners, and if no source can be found the photo will not be posted.

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Aardvark and Pangolins
Antelopes and Relatives
Apes
Armadillos and Relatives
Bats
Bears
Birds
Birds (Flightless)
Birds Of Prey
Bushbabies
Cats
Civets and Genets
Crocadilians
Deer
Dogs
Dolphins and Porpoises
Dugongs
Elephants
Elephant Shrews
Fish
Frogs and Toads
Hare
Hoofed Animals
Hyenas
Hyrax
Indri and Sifakas
Insectivores
Jellyfish
Lemurs
Lizards
Marmosets and Tamarins
Marsupials
Molluscs
Mongooses
Monkeys
Monotremes
Owls
Penguins
Primitive Primates
Rabbits
Racoons and Relatives
Rodents
Salamanders
Sea Cows
Seals and Relatives
Sea Creatures
Sea Mammals
Sharks
Small Birds
Small Carnivores
Snakes (Non-Venomous)
Snakes (Venomous)
Toothed Whales
Tree Shrews
Tuatara
Turtles and Tortoises
Whales

About The Specie
Endangered Species
How You Can Help
Interesting Facts

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This is my gorgeous cat Moro, using his face as the new icon!

This is my gorgeous cat Moro, using his face as the new icon!

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

African Elephants have been hunted so much over the years, that whenever they hear a helicopter the herd hurry to the closest road to them and walk with the tourists/local civilians until the helicopter disappears. Why do they do this? Well, the Elephants have learnt, that if they are on the road with humans, they can’t be shot at.

littlegeorgiegeorge-deactivated :
Love this blog Kye, well done! :-)

Thank you Georgie :D! X

Thank you to everyone who’s followed recently

Really chuffed! :)

Hope you enjoy the blog X

geekspooky :
your prehistoric encyclopedia link doesn't work, mate.

Yeah I know, been trying to fix it.

www.theprehistoricencyclopedia.tumblr.com That’ll have to do for now! Sorry X

Ants, ants and more ants.

The biggest ant colony was found on the Ishikari Coast of Hokkaido: 306 million worker ants and 1 million queens lived in 45,000 interconnected nests over an area of 2.7 square kilometres (1,7 square miles). A worker ant will live for up to 5 years; while a Queen will live up to 25 years.