Siberian kitten // Find Out More About Cats in Ozzi Cat Magazine >> http://OzziCat.com.au

Siberian kitten // Find Out More About Cats in Ozzi Cat Magazine >> http://OzziCat.com.au

Young Quoll • A quoll is a nocturnal marsupial native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. You can read about them on Wikipedia’s Quoll article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quoll

Young Quoll • A quoll is a nocturnal marsupial native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. You can read about them on Wikipedia’s Quoll article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quoll

King Penguin Chick by Julien Beytrison: 'Oakum Boys' is the nickname for the brown juvenile King Penguins. (Picking oakum, a fiber such as hemp or jute obtained by unraveling old ropes was a job given in Victorian times to children and prisoners. The fiber was then tarred and used for caulking the seams of wooden ships.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oakum #KIng_Penguin #Oakum_Boy

King Penguin Chick by Julien Beytrison: 'Oakum Boys' is the nickname for the brown juvenile King Penguins. (Picking oakum, a fiber such as hemp or jute obtained by unraveling old ropes was a job given in Victorian times to children and prisoners. The fiber was then tarred and used for caulking the seams of wooden ships.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oakum #KIng_Penguin #Oakum_Boy

Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) are thought to be the only mammals that can see ultraviolet light. A study in 2011 revealed that reindeer can see light with wavelengths as low as 320 nm, considerably below the human threshold of 400 nm. It is thought that this ability helps them to survive in the Arctic, because many objects that blend into the landscape in visible light, such as urine and fur, produce sharp contrasts in ultraviolet light.

Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) are thought to be the only mammals that can see ultraviolet light. A study in 2011 revealed that reindeer can see light with wavelengths as low as 320 nm, considerably below the human threshold of 400 nm. It is thought that this ability helps them to survive in the Arctic, because many objects that blend into the landscape in visible light, such as urine and fur, produce sharp contrasts in ultraviolet light.

All your crap and we STILL keep giving.<Yeah seriously, what have we done to you?!

All your crap and we STILL keep giving.<Yeah seriously, what have we done to you?!

http://franklintheturtle.wikia.com/wiki/Snail

http://franklintheturtle.wikia.com/wiki/Snail

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