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Can you lick your nose? by MogensTrolle via http://ift.tt/21n1GjO

A gerenuk antelope sticks its tongue out for the camera in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa

Kirk's dik-dik, Tsavo West National Park, Kenya.

Dik dik is a small antelope in the genus Madoqua that lives in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa. Dik-diks stand about cm at the shoulder, are cm long, weigh kg and can live for up to 10 years

Rabbit with salad

Like my moustache? What's up doc ? by Olivier Colle on "My youngest daughter called for this Rabbit. He responded with a great looking funny pose and a mouth full of grass :) "

Christmas lol cat

40 Incredible Photos Taken by Nature Photographers

I like this pic. Brings back memories of when my cat was nose to nose with a deer (no window in between) but I did not get a picture!

jackson's haartebeest by ken watkins

This looks like a trial run that didn't quite get things right. Jackon's Haartebeest in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda (by Ken Watkins)

"The Okapi, "Okapia johnstoni," is a giraffid artiodactyl mammal native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in Central Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe."

animals by ksl Polar Bear Foxes Okapi feeding by Klaus Gierden ? Yellow Billed Oxpeckers on the Back of a Giraffe, Serengeti National Park, .

Crocodile

Scary close-up of an alligator’s cousin. Photographer gets in the water to snap a close-up of this caiman, little did he know there were He quickly returned to his boat.

This is a Bontebok a member of a species that represents possibly the greatest conservation project ever.  In 1931 84 survivors were moved into Bontebok National Park, in the Western Cape where this image was taken. There are now in excess of 2,000 in a variety of South African National Parks  and private game farms.

"'The Rarest Antelope in Africa.' This is a Bontebok, a mema species that represents possibly the greatest conservation project ever. In 84 survivors were moved into Bontebok National Park, in the Western Cape

Male impala

♂ Male Impala (Aepyceros melampus) on the Masia Mara Game Reserve, Kenya, Africa by David Davis Photoproductions (Marzia)

Moose in the woods ~

Rise & Shine (28 Photos)

Peek A Boo Moose - Denali National Park, Alaska by Ron Niebrugge

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