11 month old Pangolin photographed in Namibia.  Animal photos of the week: 27 September 2013 - Telegraph

Animal photos of the week: 27 September 2013

11 month old Pangolin photographed in Namibia. Animal photos of the week: 27 September 2013 - Telegraph

Endangered Pangolin. The only mammal with scales! Animals, Creatures, and Beasts. Wild Kingdom

Endangered Pangolin. The only mammal with scales! Animals, Creatures, and Beasts. Wild Kingdom

Chinese Pangolin, Manis pentadactyla by 中华人民共和国濒危物种进出口管理办公室 (Endangered Species Import and Export Management Office of the People's Republic of China) via EOL China Regional Center (cc-by-nc-sa)

Chinese Pangolin, Manis pentadactyla by 中华人民共和国濒危物种进出口管理办公室 (Endangered Species Import and Export Management Office of the People's Republic of China) via EOL China Regional Center (cc-by-nc-sa)

#Pangolin Carries Baby On Its Back, Hearts Melt (PHOTOS)—Learn more about the weird & wonderful pangolin: www.awf.org/wildlife-conservation/pangolin

AWWWW

#Pangolin Carries Baby On Its Back, Hearts Melt (PHOTOS)—Learn more about the weird & wonderful pangolin: www.awf.org/wildlife-conservation/pangolin

Behold the incredible cuteness of this newborn pangolin (aka scaly anteater) at the Taipei Zoo. Video below.   More details at Laughing Squid.

Behold the incredible cuteness of this newborn pangolin (aka scaly anteater) at the Taipei Zoo. Video below. More details at Laughing Squid.

A Defensive Armadillo-Armadillos are a new world placental mammal with leathery armour shell. Dasypodidae isonly surviving family in the Order Cingulata, part of Suborder Xenarthra, Genus Dsypus, along with anteaters and sloths. Means "little armoured" in Spanish; called "turtle rabbit" by Aztecs, originated in SOuth America

A Defensive Armadillo

A Defensive Armadillo-Armadillos are a new world placental mammal with leathery armour shell. Dasypodidae isonly surviving family in the Order Cingulata, part of Suborder Xenarthra, Genus Dsypus, along with anteaters and sloths. Means "little armoured" in Spanish; called "turtle rabbit" by Aztecs, originated in SOuth America

chrismenning:  pensiveprincess:  why is that pine cone drinking  That is an artichoke and they are beautiful.

chrismenning: pensiveprincess: why is that pine cone drinking That is an artichoke and they are beautiful.

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