Rosa Canina - Dog Rose. Lovely wild rose that has open flowers liked by bees and hips that birds eat.

Rosa Canina - Dog Rose. Lovely wild rose that has open flowers liked by bees and hips that birds eat.

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That sir is an ewok...or maybe a furbee...nope, ewok. The ears are too short

That sir is an ewok...or maybe a furbee...nope, ewok. The ears are too short

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Here is a preview of my new children's book on endangered animals. It is the beginning––the introduction of my little white dog name Rufus, whose breed, the Havanese, was almost extinct at the time...  #Endangered #Species

Here is a preview of my new children's book on endangered animals. It is the beginning––the introduction of my little white dog name Rufus, whose breed, the Havanese, was almost extinct at the time... #Endangered #Species

We first met Juniper on Instagram, where we saw her frolicking on her mom's bed, and instantly fell in love. Who was this cute fox? So we decided to reach out to her owner, who gave us the full scoop!

We first met Juniper on Instagram, where we saw her frolicking on her mom's bed, and instantly fell in love. Who was this cute fox? So we decided to reach out to her owner, who gave us the full scoop!

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The dire wolf (Canis dirus, "fearsome dog") is an extinct species of the genus Canis. It is perhaps one of the most famous prehistoric carnivores in North America along with its extinct competitor Smilodon, the "saber-toothed cat". The dire wolf lived in the Americas during the Late Pleistocene epoch (125,000–10,000 years ago). The species was named in 1858, four years after the first specimen had been found. Two subspecies are recognized, these being Canis dirus guildayi and Canis dirus…

The dire wolf (Canis dirus, "fearsome dog") is an extinct species of the genus Canis. It is perhaps one of the most famous prehistoric carnivores in North America along with its extinct competitor Smilodon, the "saber-toothed cat". The dire wolf lived in the Americas during the Late Pleistocene epoch (125,000–10,000 years ago). The species was named in 1858, four years after the first specimen had been found. Two subspecies are recognized, these being Canis dirus guildayi and Canis dirus…

It’s not every day that animals from different species form bonds. Yet, there are moments when these unions do happen, and the results are simply adorable. For example, there’s the friendship between a dog named Bow-Z and a cat named Jasper that dispels the theory that these two animals can’t be amicable. And sometimes even birds... View Article

It’s not every day that animals from different species form bonds. Yet, there are moments when these unions do happen, and the results are simply adorable. For example, there’s the friendship between a dog named Bow-Z and a cat named Jasper that dispels the theory that these two animals can’t be amicable. And sometimes even birds... View Article

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