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While shooting some photographs in a woods, this man found a small squirrel freezing in the cold, with no mother or home in sight. He knew he just couldn't let him stay out there on his own. So, he scooped the little guy up, took him home and took part in the most adorable recovery process

While shooting some photographs in a woods, this man found a small squirrel freezing in the cold, with no mother or home in sight. He knew he just couldn't let him stay out there on his own. So, he scooped the little guy up, took him home and took part in the most adorable recovery process

Really! Interesting.... Photographing Animals for National Geographic

The black and white lemur, Coquerel’s sifaka, sits monk-like, resting its chin casually on crossed hands. Makes me think of Zaboomafoo ;

Gasp, for me?!

A ring-tailed lemur investigates a Christmas present containing festive treats at Whipsnade Zoo in Dunstable, BedfordshirePicture: Chris Radburn/PA

Do what makes you happy

Encounters with Nature - Bill Draker Nature Photography - Turtles & Tortoises/*Mud Turtle with Dragonfly

Christmas morning - feeding the Ring Tailed Lemurs at Blair Drummond Safari Park England

Alan Leach does his morning round feeding the Ring Tailed Lemurs at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling.

The Serval (Leptailurus serval) known in Afrikaans as Tierboskat, "tiger-forest-cat", is a medium-sized African wild cat. DNA studies have shown that the serval is closely related to the African golden cat and the caracal.

The serval is a medium-sized African wild cat. Our Savannah cats are part serval.

Found my future pet, HAHAHAHA suckers<<< PERFECT now I just have to convince my mom.  Me: Can I have a fox Mom: no Me: Why not they're adorable and these ones are tame Mom: because I said so Basically how that conversations going to go

I'm gonna go by me a fix now 😃😃😃tame fox MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE awesome places and weird facts ONLY

Coquerel’s Sifaka, an endangered lemur species from Madagascar, at the Saint Louis Zoo’s Primate House!

A Baby Sifaka Joins the Family at Saint Louis Zoo On January a female baby Coquerel’s Sifaka (CAHK-ker-rells sh-FAHK), an endangered lemur species.

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