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A orangutan mother and her one-year-old offspring seem almost like humans as they have a good laugh together in the tree tops. Photographer Thomas Marent caught the heart-warming scene on camera in Indonesia

Guess that's the opposite of "double your pleasure, double your fun"!

HandzOff Anti Masturbatory Gum - do you chew it or rub it on?

moose - Confusingly, the word "elk" is used in North America to refer to a different animal, the elk (or, less commonly, the "wapiti", Cervus canadensis), which is a similar though slightly smaller species (the second-largest deer species) and behaviorally and genetically divergent from the smaller red deer of central and western Europe

love me some moose: Moose Duel, Antelope Flats, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

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When the mighty Moose has chosen us to teach from its totem spirit we are given the lesson of self-esteem. Native Americans see this animal totem in the North direction of the Medicine Wheel. Brother and Sister Moose join Buffalo … Continue reading →

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A dominant rutting stag in full cry. Thanks for looking, Lee

If you ever visit Michigan's Isle Royale Park, be prepared for a few big surprises!  shared via fb #enchantednature

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Moose Point face-off, Isle Royale National Park, Michigan. Even if there were no moose in here it is a beautiful photo

Piebald Deer - A piebald is an animal, usually a mammal such as a white-tailed deer or horse, that has a spotting pattern of large white and black patches. The color of a piebald’s skin underneath its coat may vary between black (under the black patches of hair) and pink (under the white patches). The coloring is generally asymmetrical, resulting in deer with abnormally wild brown and white coloration.

white & brown patches range from slight amount of white hair to almost all white coat. Coloration due to rare inherited genetic defect; affects less than of white-tailed deer population.

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