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~~ Siberian flying squirrel ~ these tiny large-eyed tree-dwellers could come from a Disney film with their large eyes and, seemingly, expressive features, Hokkaido, Japan by Masatsugu Ohashi~~ http://htholidays.com/

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from Mail Online

Strewth, this weather's totally batty! It's not only the humans who have lost their homes in the Australian floods

Baby bats at the Bat Clinic in Advancetown,Australia, which has helped at least 130 baby bats after the wet weather.

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from the Guardian

Top 10 irreplaceable nature reserves on Earth - in pictures

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Red Flying Foxes. (I think it should be "foxen", who's with me?) This is both cute and kiiinnnda creepy.

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from Mail Online

Scientists unveil 20 new species ...but with a blue scorpion, and a tarantula the size of a hand, couldn't we have got by without knowing?

From Madagascar, the satanic leaf tailed gecko with flying fox wings - it looks like a baby dragon!

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The Flying Feather Gypsy Horse Club is a Colorado based equine club with the goal of simply enjoying the Gypsy Horses (aka Gypsy Cob, Irish Cob, Tinker Horse) with fellow enthusiasts and to educate others on this wonderful breed.

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Hooded Oriole: This beautiful bird, with a mixed flame of yellow and black colours, is a sign of spring and summer in Canada and the United States. The bird is also known for its well-woven nest, which it builds in tall trees.

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from Mail Online

He looks unusual but he's all white! Albino monkey wrestles its friend

Photographer Christy Strever managed to capture the money on her last day on holiday in the Kruger National Park

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Coppersmith Barbet is a bird with crimson forehead and throat which is best known for its metronomic call that has been likened to a Coppersmith striking metal with a hammer. It is a resident found in the Indian Subcontinent and parts of Southeast Asia.

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