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British Robins ... can't beat them! Wherever I've lived there has always been a robin who has totally befriended me - and I've always named them "Tim" in honour of one of my fave authors Derek Tangye, who wrote about one in his books ♥ It's unusual to see two sitting together like this; despite their endearing image they are very aggressive little birds, and will fight to the death over their territory.

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How a lion and tiger cub are best of friends at Japanese zoo

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 22 February 2011

Two goldfinches have a mid-air fight after struggling to get enough space on a bird feeder in a British back garden. Photographer Laurie Campbell snapped away from a hide in his garden for 30 hours to get a picture he was happy with. Laurie, from Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, said: "It can take weeks for the goldfinches to find this bait but once they do, they are hooked."

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from Mail Online

Mollie King is in danger of upstaging the bride as she and her sister Laura become bridesmaids for their sister's wedding

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Blakiston's Fish Owl (Bubo blakistoni) is one of the rarest owls in the world, an endangered bird restricted to Russia, China, Japan and possibly North Korea. This owl is also the largest on Earth. "These birds stand two-and-a-half feet tall [75 centimeters], have 6-foot wingspans [2 meters] and can weigh more than 10 pounds [4.6 kilograms]. | LiveScience

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from UK Wedding Blog Want That Wedding

Brand New! Two-birds Tulle Convertible Bridesmaids Dresses: Spring 2015

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Real-life Crazy Frog: Dancing amphibian can stand on his own two legs (but thankfully he's not going to release his own ringtone)

Not only can this frog stand on two legs, but it seems it can do so, while flipping the proverbial double bird

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